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This 1964 Chevrolet Nova Restomod is a terrific street machine with a hot style you can immediately see. Plus, with a fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, custom bucket seat A/C interior, it's a full package built for show AND go.
Some custom cars are flame-kissed, but this one makes sure you don't forget its inferno. The yellow consumes the whole front end, and it burns down the sides into a red-hot vapor trail. The full custom flame package is also crisply defined by blue pinstriping outlining it all. So we can understand if you want this just for the custom fire, but make sure you take some extra time to look at the overall quality. The black paint is not only a great canvas for the flames, but it's also a professional application that has its own attractively deep luster. The whole package is on quite clean and straight sheet metal with most of its trim deleted so you can really see its sleekness and quality. It also brings added attention to the more aggressive upgrades, like the billet grille, cowl hood, and polished Cragar Street Pro slotted mag wheels.
The interior continues the custom attitude, and it offers a level of comfort that lets you really see this Nova's cruiser style. For example, you are upgraded to more modern high back bucket seats not only for the front but also for the rear. The AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input means the best in modern driving music, and the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning means you can roll down all the windows on this pillarless hardtop even in the summer. And when fully upgrading a car like this, they're also going to make it a better driver. That's why you have a B&M floor shifter, a banjo-style sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and a new crisp/clean white-faced gauge package.
The sleek inner walls of the engine bay do a great job of showcasing the upgraded heart of this restomod. While they put the classic Nova badge on the custom cover, it's really a modern 5.3-liter fuel-injected Vortec V8. It's a clean install, and so you can spot all the right upgrades. This is everything from polished headers that add power and rumble, to the aluminum radiator with electric fan that helps keep this Nova running cool. As you look underneath, you'll spot upgrades to the suspension like tubular front A-arms and subframe connectors that makes this a better all-around driver. The same goes for the transmission. The four-speed automatic is good for both a stout construction and easy shifting all the way into overdrive. Plus, there's power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and the grip of modern tires.
This hardtop will grab your attention with its boldness and win you over with its upgrades and quality. So don't miss a total package restomod like this. Call today!!!
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