800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a perfect vehicle for when you're not looking to be sneaky about your power. That's why this 1963 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova SS Tribute has slick paint, a mean stance, and the Tasmanian devil on the fender. One look at this hardtop, and you know there's a growling V8 inside.
It has an instant intimidation. The turquoise has a nice metallic element and plenty of gloss so it catches everyone's eye. And when they turn to look, they see details like the super scoop cowl hood, bright American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, and a mean forward-leaning stance. Even the Short-N-Sassy Taz graphics on the side are there to intimidate. But there's more here than just aggression. There's also a look of quality. It's in the details, like the mirror-like bumpers. And the full-length trim not only shows off the straightness of the panels, but it also has a black insert that goes nicely with the tinted windows.
The interior is crisp, black, and ready for action. Low-back bucket seats provide individual comfort, and that means you can roll down all the windows on this hardtop and show off an unobstructed pillarless profile. We love the bright SS-style center console. Plus, you have some nice upgrades like the auxiliary gauge trio and column-mounted tach. It's a speedy machine, but it also has a sense of vintage style. You see it in details, like the classic dual-spoke steering wheel, tissue dispenser, and the factory AM radio.
The engine bay was absolutely made to show off. Clean color-matched inner fenders, red shielding on the wire and hoses, and an overall tidy presentation will have you popping the hood wherever you park. This 305 cubic-inch V8 was also built for power with an Edelbrock upgrade kit that includes the four-barrel carburetor, Performer RPM intake, and the ribbed valve covers. A wicked set of wrapped long-tube headers add even more power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. This even has the right supporting components, like a serpentine belt system and electric fans. The Powerglide transmission is there to tell you this can be fun for racing. And the traction bars and power brakes w/discs up front give you the right control over its performance.
This is the Chevy II hardtop that is memorable for far more than just its Taz graphics. It makes for a great coupe you want to take home. Call now!
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