Power Steering: No Power Brakes: No Power Seats: No Power Windows: No Air Conditioning: No Radio: No
This 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova is believed to be a 72,000 mile, one owner car which was rescued from a car port where it sat for twenty-five years. It was wearing 1989 tags when the restoration began. Originally a radio-delete base model with a six cylinder engine and three-speed transmission, the original drivetrain was replaced with a rebuilt 350 from a 1969 Camaro mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission and a 10-bolt rear with 3.73:1 gears. The engine produces about 350 horsepower. You'll also find a new four core radiator and some tasteful dress-up elements under the hood. The body was treated to new sheet metal from GM Restoration Parts, including 2" cowl hood, doors, fenders and just about everything else before being sprayed with GM Victory Red paint. There's also lots of new chrome including rocker panels, headlight bezels and tail lights. Not to be outdone by the new drivetrain and exterior, the interior has been restored in original red with too many new parts to list. I could go on but I better wrap this up.
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