1968 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova SS-396

UNRESTORED ORIGINAL, possibly one of the last remaining original ’68 Nova Super Sports…  Very rare car, it is one of only 5,571 Nova SS cars produced in 1968 (Nova Resource production numbers) compared with almost 20,000 produced in 1970.  Car was produced March, 1968 in the Flint plant and shipped to Parker-Robb Chevrolet in Walnut Creek, California and subsequently sold to Mr. William Milne of Walnut Creek in August of ‘68. According to legend,  the car has resided in California, Washington state, Arizona, Indiana, Nebraska, and now in the Carolinas.  As of this date, it has only accumulated 53,606 original miles.

Car is equipped with its original 350-295HP V-8, Automatic transmission, power steering, 12-bolt open 3.07 rear end, DeLuxe steering wheel, and AM Radio with rear seat speaker.  It wears its original Matador Red factory finish, White vinyl top, and original black standard interior and rubber floor mat.  It has the original Mag-Style wheel covers with red-line wide oval tires.  Original red-line spare tire is in the trunk.

Documentation includes the Original Protect-O-Plate, Owner’s Manual, copies of previous titles & mileage statements, NCRS Certification, and copies of previous advertising.



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