While Yenko machines are arguably the most popular of the Nova supercar clan, the rarest Nova muscle cars are probably those prepped by drag racer Dick Harrell. It is believed that only 15-25 SS 427-powered 1968 Novas were sold by Harrell through a network of Chevrolet dealerships, each of which included a full limited warranty. Harrell was friends with high-powered Chevrolet dealer Fred Gibb and used COPO cars ordered by Gibb as the basis for the Novas he created at his high-performance center.
If you can find one for sale they go for nearly $200,000 in price. Now is your chance to have the look and performance of the COPO for a fraction of the price! Dick Harrell ’68 427 Nova “Mr.
ORIGINAL SHEET METAL CAR WITH FACTORY PINCH WELDS : YES THIS MEANS THE PANELS FIT CORRECTLY WITH CORRECT GAPS AND THE DOORS OPEN AND CLOSE NICELY. WOW, LOOK AT THE BOTTOM OF THOSE DOOR EDGES!
NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. I MUST ARRANGE THE SHIPPING OF THE CAR TO YOU IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO PAY MY STATE SALES TAX. I AM A DEALER AND WILL NOT FALSIFY SALES PRICE ON THE PAPERWORK AND/OR TITLE.