800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Chevrolet Nova Chevy II is a cool little street machine classic. It has a bit of an unassuming sedan style, but underneath the skin is the power of a strong small block V8 and four-one-the-floor. So you know this one has the potential for a ton of fun.
The VIN tells us this was born a real-deal Nova, and so this sedan was born with the premium trim package. It makes for a cool style on a car that looks like it spent its first few decades just being the car that took the family to church on Sundays. It has matured into a machine that has a hint of patina, but that's not the whole story. We do say that this one is a bit unassuming, but it certainly doesn't completely fly under the radar. Z/28-style 15-inch rally wheels, forward-leaning stance, and the matte black cowl hood announce that this Nova is not too shy.
The interior goes with the same modest first impression. The carpeting, door panels, and headliner are clean and nice to give you a comfortable classic. And the tan seats with comfy cloth inserts make for a well-done presentation. But once again, you start to pick up on the extras. There are provisions for an upgraded stereo with power subwoofer. And the Hurst shifter and auxiliary gauge trio get you ready for something special under the hood.
The engine bay is far less assuming than the rest of this car. You've got a nice polish on the air grabber, alternator, and valve covers with 327 callouts. Only the best Novas got the 327 cubic-inch V8, and since this one was upgraded later in life, it also got powerful upgrades like a Holley four-barrel carburetor and upgraded intake. It's a strong runner that's even supported by the right pieces, like Taylor Pro plug wires and a large aluminum radiator. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission puts you in control of it all. This is the kind of car that likes for you to feel the road. But it still does it with confidence thanks to wide modern tires and upgraded front disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with some nice history, including the original bill of sale, owner's manual, maintenance records, and more. This is a cool custom Nova that's fun to drive for today and put an even bigger personal touch on in the future. Call now!
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