A distinct muscle car exterior, a custom interior, and plenty of LS/Vortec V8 power under the hood make for an impressive 1972 Chevrolet Nova LS Restomod. The upgraded Nova really celebrates the best from Chevy's muscle car era. The bold red looks like it could have been borrowed from a Corvette. It gives you a nice base for the full stripe package. The black racing stripes on the top are pure Super Sport cool, and the full-length side stripes are borrowed from the Yenko S/C. This even has nice details like the blackout grille and cowl hood that look like they were borrowed from a big block Chevelle. Straight body lines, bright chrome bumpers, and upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are also part of the overall impressive presentation. Bench seat interiors are pure classic cool, and this one takes it up a notch. Where the exterior is red with black accents, the upholstery flips the color theme for black with red inserts and piping. It's sporty, stylish, and distinct. Everything from the smooth dash to the AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input makes this Nova inviting. And features like the auxiliary readouts and B&M shifter let you know this is a driver's car. Under the hood is a 5.3-liter fuel-injected Vortec V8. The engine layout and cover make it quite an obvious upgrade, but it's done so well that it looks like it could have been made at the factory that way. This even has nice details like the aluminum radiator, Spectre air intake, and headers feeding a Cherry Bomb dual exhaust. As you look underneath, subframe connectors, caltracs traction bars, and grippy ZR-rated tires help you enjoy the upgraded power to the fullest. But the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, power brakes, and front discs also make this a great all-around cruiser. This is the upgraded Nova that has all the best power Chevy style, and it even has a terrific modern fuel-injected Chevy heart. That's why it's an ideal restomod and also why you know you need it in your garage. Call today!!!