614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1963 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova is a Pro Street machine that has everything including a performance-built Dart V8, competition-ready suspension, a custom interior, and a sleek finish.
Novas make good speed machines because they have a crisp style that makes even a lightweight compact look substantial. Also, part of this custom build's added impressiveness starts with the paint. The bright white has a nice clearcoat finish to give this a good luster in the sunshine. And the way the panels fit on this hardtop classic really shows you they cared about appearance. Of course, the Weld racing wheels, extra meaty rear rubber tucked under the fenders, aggressive forward-leaning stance, and extra wide exhaust tips are all signs that this one was restored to be more than just a looker.
Just like the exterior, the interior is fresh, premium, and custom. The high-back bucket seats up front have modern bolstering and finished in ultraleather, so this classic is all-day comfortable. In fact, they both power adjust to your ideal position. The gray on the seats coordinates with the headliner, dash, carpeting, and custom door panels for a very nice and fresh look. Even the roll cage is done in gray...of course, that addition instantly lets you know this is more than just a coddler. There are performance-ready components, like the Flaming River leather-wrapped steering wheel on a tilt column, crisp Velocity gauges w/ large speedo and tach, and the B&M ratchet-style shifter. There's even a fuel cell and battery box in the trunk for good weight distribution.
Grab your sunglasses before popping the hood. Nearly everything on the entire powerplant is either polished or painted to match the body and engine bay. Even front-end reinforcements were added and painted - a true sign of a quality build that can win awards all on its own. The people at Dart get big block displacement out of lighter weight small block V8s, and so this 434 cubic-inch motor perfectly fits in with the Nova's approach. Not only are these built to be powerful motors, but this also has the right go-fast goodies. It includes Patriot aluminum heads, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor. This is also supported by all the right pieces, including steel-braided hoses, an MSD ignition, and BeCool aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The Hooker Competition headers add even more power while they run through the fenders and feed the very straight pipes of the growling side exhaust. A strong 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission feeds the Moser 9-inch rear, and those Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires bring the power to the pavement. The front end is a Heidts tubular A-arms setup, and the rear is a four-link with adjustable coilovers. Plus, four-wheel power disc brakes confidently bring this speed machine to a halt.
This full custom Nova is a quality build with big power, steady handling, and a comfortable ride. It's a great full package you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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