213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1964 Chevrolet Nova Chevy II is a cool build with glowing metallic paint, plenty of bright chrome, and a thoughtfully done custom interior. Plus there's a powerful stroker V8 under the hood to really let you enjoy it all to the fullest.
The orange paint gets this Chevy II noticed. You can really tell they took their time to invest in a quality application, and the metallic finish loves to pop in the sunshine. The chrome bumpers, ribbed rockers, detailed grille, and full trim add to this radiant style. The body panels look good with the full-length body crease cleanly defined, and the fresh weather-stripping adds to this overall quality feel. These Chevys already came with a nice hint of sporty style with the front overhang and flared fenders. And that attitude is turned up a notch with 15-inch polished Torq Thrust wheels and a lowered front stance.
Open the door to a full custom interior. The exterior orange returns on the dash and door tops. Plus, they took extra time to coordinate this with the suede-like inserts of the seats and doors. Even the tan and wood-like trim harmonize with the full color theme for a thoughtful style. Considerate builds like this are also all about being comfortable drivers. That's why you have great upgrades like the well-bolstered front bucket seats. There's also a custom armrest, cup holder center console, and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. A wood-rimmed GT sports steering wheel, upgraded gauges on the center console, Hurst shifter are all about giving you that performance tingle from the moment you get in the driver's seat.
The engine bay looks great with the smooth and dark inner walls funneling your attention to the powerhouse in the middle. This is a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8 motor. It looks quite nice with polished items like aluminum valve covers, billet accessories, steel braided lines, and an overall tidy style. The V8 has been enhanced for power with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, MSD ignition, and headers feeding into a glasspack style dual exhaust. This is the kind of classic that wants you to feel the road. But features like the three-speed automatic transmission and modern sport tires mean you can do it with confidence and comfort.
When you want a custom classic that has added power and style, you know this Chevrolet Nova Chevy II checks the right boxes. Call today!!!
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