Description: Potential Race Car! 1977 Chevy Concours Cabriolet (LN Nova)
Potential Race Car 1977 Chevy Concours Cabriolet (LN Nova) For Sale
This is my 1977 Chevy Concours Cabriolet (LN Nova) with 79000 original miles.
It has an all numbers matching 305 V8 and auto transmission that Runs and drives excellent with no problems.
The carburetor was rebuilt last year and a brand new Optima Red Top was installed.
It also has a new fuel pump, valve cover gaskets, tires, window cranks and regulator.
There are new door seals, the fuel tank was cleaned, fuel filter, air filter, plugs and wires.
I also had the Air Conditioning recharged and was working great until last summer.
I do have the R12 Freon to recharge it with and will be included with the car.
There is probably a lot more that I'm leaving out, I just can't think of anything else.
I had it appraised when I first got it and they gave it a guaranteed value of $12,000
The paint is all original and so is the vinyl top but the top is not in great shape.
The interior does need some help as it was sitting for 10 years before I bought it.
I had a quote done to reupholster the top, carpet, headliner and seats for $1500.
I'm looking to sell or trade. REASONABLE cash offers Only please.
The car was in a photo shoot as well, the pictures are towards the bottom.
The last picture is of the car when I first got it.
If you are interested in my Nova and have something that I might be interested in ($5000 +) then please Make me an offer I can't refuse .
Here is some information on my car.
In 1975 The LN (Luxury Nova) package sent Nova into the luxury portion of the compact market;
some actually thought of it as competing against a few high-end European imports.
The Nova LN was called the most luxurious compact in Chevrolet's history with wide-back reclining front seats that "look and feel like big, soft lounge chairs."
LN equipment included additional sound insulation, map pockets, an electric clock, a smoked instrument lens, and a day/night mirror.
Swing-out quarter windows could be ordered for the coupe.
For 1976 the Nova LN was re-branded Concours. The Chevy Concours was the most luxurious Chevrolet compact to date.
Rosewood vinyl decorated the upper door panels, instrument panel, dash and steering wheel.
Concours models had an upright hood ornament, bumper guards, bright trim moldings, black bumper impact strips, and full wheel covers;
The dual-unit taillights were replaced with triple-units that were reminiscent of the big Caprice and were branded with a cursive "C" in the back up lens.
The Concours coupe also was the first Chevrolet coupe with a fold-down front center armrest.
A Cabriolet padded vinyl top was available for the 1977 Nova coupes, Modest revisions were made to the brakes, and also to fuel and exhaust system mountings.
Dashboards contained new knobs.
1977 model year minor changes included a more modern round gauge cluster to replace the long sweeping speedometer, and a revised dash panel which changed to a flatter design.
Some new colors were offered (as with the rest of the divisions) and some small trim added.
The 1977 Nova Concours featured a finer-mesh grille and a stylish stand-up hood ornament.
Concours offered a very special blending of classic style and good sense.