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This 1965 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova features V8 power, an A/C interior, upgraded stereo, and more. But what you'll really love is the time and money spent giving you an awesomely coordinated color combo inside and out that really showcases how this is a cut-above classic.
This Nova is instantly striking. After all, they used one of Chevy's boldest and most admired colors: Hugger Orange. It's a well-done professional application that really draws attention to the crisp lines of this coupe. And the more aggressive color goes nicely with the cowl hood upgrade. The crisp black vinyl roof is not only a tasteful contrast against the fiery orange, but also it draws extra attention to the classic pillarless hardtop profile. And this darkness is well-coordinated with the tinted windows and blackout Cragar SS wheels. Add in the chrome bumpers and the full trim package, and you have a car that strikes a nice balance of true classic and absolutely custom.
The orange and black full color theme continues inside, and just like the exterior, you can tell there has been a solid investment here. In fact, with the fresh black presentation on the seats, door panels, and carpeting, it's quite a nice place to spend some time. It also helps that you have great upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo with a subwoofer speaker system, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Plus, the tilt steering column gives you an excellent view of the upgraded gauge package that includes a large speedo and tach.
The two-tone theme is even continued under the hood. So we know you'll love showing off this ultra-tidy presentation. The V8 respects the Nova's history by keeping the 283 cubic-inch displacement. However, this has been given a full Edelbrock upgrade with the ribbed valve covers, Performer air-gap intake, and four-barrel carburetor. Not only is this an upgrade in power, but also you'll see great supporting components, like the MSD ignition, electric fan, and billet pulleys on the serpentine belt system. It's a strong-running setup that makes a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. Plus, the Powergilde automatic transmission, power steering, and wide modern tires deliver a nice cruising experience.
This is a thoughtfully coordinated classic that already has all the features you want. So you know you don't want this distinct hardtop to go into someone else's garage. Call today!!!
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