213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
We don't have to tell you that this 1964 Chevrolet Nova Pro Street is a full custom build, because after all, the factory never came close to making one this low, sleek, or vivid. But more than just look cool, it's a true blacktop king with an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fully-built supercharged dual-quad big block.
The grocery-getter days are long gone for this rare Chevy II wagon. Instead, the long roof just adds to the sleekness of all those inches chopped out of the top. And smoothness was a top priority all over this build. That's why they expertly deleted the door handles, deleted the rear doors, mounted the side windows flush with the car, and clearcoated over the side pinstriping. They even tubbed the rear so that those massive tires could fit. The whole body is a carefully crafted detail-oriented build. The metallic green and glossy black nicely complement each other as they intertwine on places the fade of the cowl hood. And of course, this has all the best speedy details from the side pipes, to the that air grabber looks like it might even be taller than the roofline!
The doors are on a suicide hinge mount, because this Chevy is about customizing every inch. But while this car has an impressive presentation with plenty of chrome and exterior-matching metallic green, you can also instantly see it's also serious about performance. You have a full custom safety cage, dual racing bucket seats, and safety harnesses. The sports steering wheel is on a tilt column, and so you can get a clear view to the full AutoMeter gauge package, that includes a large central tach and a boost readout.
Under the hoods is a true beast. But it's presented as a beauty with the color-matched smooth inner walls, well-hidden wires, and a ton of polished components. We have the receipts documenting $23k invested in the engine build, and you really can understand the quality. This is a Steve Schmidt-built 555 cubic-inch Dart big block V8. The first thing that you'll notice are the dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors and the BDS 871 blower, but there's a ton more going on here. This was fortified and enhanced with .904 lifter bushings, a Manley crank, Manley rods, JR custom blower pistons, Comp Cams custom solid roller camshaft, Isky .904 roller lifters with hi-pressure pin oiling ring, Jesel belt drive, Jesel Pro Series rocker arms, and RHS aluminum heads. And those headers are a full custom fabricated piece that add power while directly feeding the thunder to the side pipes. The TH400 three-speed automatic transmission has been built with a 4000 stall to keep you in the ideal powerband. That feeds a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear connected to plenty of sticky Hoosier rubber. As you look underneath, there's a full custom and clean presentation, including the tubular A-arm front suspension, reinforced four-link rear, adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This is the absolutely awesome and absolutely custom Nova wagon that no one ever expected... and yet when you pass them, no one will ever forget. So it's time to have all eyes on you in this supercharged machine. Call today!!!
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