213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Take some time to really go over all the details of this 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova. This is the distinct kind of car where someone really went over all the details to make sure it feels like a rolling time capsule. So if you love a true vintage machine, this was preserved correctly just for you.
Chevy people know 1966 was a good year for the Nova, because it's the debut of the second-generation. And the crisper, more sophisticated lines of this car arguably look best on the sedan. Of course, this one is done so well that it's going to make us biased anyway. The VIN identifies this as a real-deal upper-spec Nova, and so you get the full-length trim line that loves to highlight the straightness of the sheetmetal. The factory-correct Tropic Turquoise was given a respray later in life to take advantage of a hint of metallic. So it's classic style with just some added radiance to really get your nostalgia going. The chrome bumpers hug the form nicely; the doors close with confidence; and the color-matched wheels with factory hubcaps give this a great vintage-style flair.
The interior is like a time capsule. The factory-correct turquoise harmonies with the exterior color, just like a good 1960s classic should. Cars of this era were great at color coordination, and so even the steering wheel and dash are in a nice matching turquoise. And you'll love showing off this impressive package that has terrific details everywhere from the trim on the door panels to the striped cloth inserts of the seats. While this was Chevy's small offering in 1966, there's nothing compact about it in today's standards. That means plenty of room for family and friends to spread out across this quite clean sea of blue inside.
It feels like it's 1966 all over again under the hood. After all, we don't see too many of the long blocks anymore that are an instant indicator of Chevy's hardy inline-six. The 230 cubic-inch motor was an optional upgrade, and this one is correctly dated to lead us to believe it's original to the car. There was a big investment here to get this looking so good, and that's evident everywhere from the bright block paint to fundamentals like the hoses and wires. It's this level of care why the motor fires up like today was day one. And we love the smooth-running nature in an inline powerhouse. So it reaffirms this car's road trip ready feeling. Add in the Powerglide automatic transmission, and this one is ready for cruising.
This is a super-clean machine from a very desirable model year. So if you're looking for a time capsule, you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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