213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Here's a classic car that fits in with any crowd. This 1965 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova has a nice clean appearance with some added glow in the paint, and there's a seriously sweet small block under the hood. So everyone from traditionalists to hot rodders will find something to like about this two-door.
A classic always looks good in white. It has a crisp and clean presentation that is great for nostalgia. But this one has something more going for it. The pearlescent element in this modern clearcoat finish gives it an attractive shine from far, and it really gives people something extra to marvel at up close. But the upgrade isn't so audacious that it takes away from the vintage attitude. THIs is an idea of a solid classic with tasteful upgrades, and it's a theme you see all over the car. The stock chrome bumpers, grille, and badging are complete. And that package goes with the 16-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels that give this a nice street stance and the ability to fit better modern tires.
The blue interior has a great 1960s style, and you can tell the made a real investment in freshness. The result is the intricate pattern on the split bench seats are crisp, the door panels are taut, and the carpeting feels plush. Even the window rubber looks like it got the right attention in this detail-oriented but stock appearance. But more than just look factory, items like the auxiliary gauges and the B&M floor shifter are there to remind you that classic Chevy IIs are great for power upgrades, too.
These were the best at utilizing small block V8 power in a compact/lightweight package, and this one really takes that up a notch. After all, the 400 cubic-inch V8 is the largest small block Chevrolet ever offered from the factory. Not only does this one give you an upgrade in displacement, but this also has great pieces like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. There are nice supporting components, like a newer alternator and brake booster. The TH350 three-speed automatic transmission is even believed to have been professionally rebuilt by a racing shop a few year ago. The glasspack-style dual exhaust makes a sweet tune when you hit the accelerator, and the power brakes and modern BF Goodrich gForce Sport tires give you good stopping power. So you have all-around solid package.
This is where the classic look you love meets extra power and poise. So don't let this striking and affordable Chevy II slip away, call today!
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