800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1964 Chevrolet Chevy II has clean lines, stylish colors...and oh yeah, a big supercharged dual-quad V8 peeking out from the hood. So this one isn't quite a sleeper, but it does a terrific job of being a vintage car with plenty of power to enjoy.
This car has a good look with its clean and straight body lines. Chrome bumpers, complete trim, clean glass, and glossy paint that still never loses its driver-ready appearance make for a true cruiser. And the wheels have just the right hint of attitude with a classic Rally setup that has been customized with golden steelies and baby moon center caps. They are even staggered at 15/16 inches front/rear to give you a hint of an aggressive stance while also allowing for modern tires. It all makes for quite a unique setup. So maybe your plans for the future include tubbing the rear end for extra-wide wheel/tires, or maybe you'll want flames down the side of this muscle Nova. But quite frankly, it's already kind of fun right now. It has that style that fulfills the fun automotive dreams when you were younger. You know, where you wanted to get your hands on a clean daily driver and dropped as much motor as you could afford in the front. This two-door is one of these daydreams that comes to life!
The golden color of the wheels return on the door tops, dash, and steering wheel, and now it's joined by a tasteful tan. The interior has a clean and stock style with a good look to the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and wide bench seats with comfy cloth stops. It's just attractive for the way it unpretentiously turns back the clock with its time machine kind of style. Then as you spot radio delete and full under dash gauge packages - including boost and tach - you start to get more of that same feeling as the exterior. It's the clean and simple classic that was built to be a big motor hero.
Ok, we won't leave you in suspense any longer about the monster motor. It's a 350 cubic-inch small block V8 with those dual Holley four-barrel carburetors peeking up from the hood. They feed the BDS blower for some serious power. It's supported by good components, like steel braided lines, AN fittings, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Plus, three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires are there to also let you know this street machine setup can be a cruiser, too.
This Chevy II is intriguing. It's attractive no matter if you love this for its fun style as-is, or you're dreaming about a base for a true quarter-mile king. But the one who gets to decide what comes next is the one who grabs this deal. Call now!
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