VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
She's a sweetheart! That's what I refer to as an unmolested, extra clean, honest car. One that looks, feels, functions like new. One that has always lived a clean life, not resurected from the dead. This one has belonged to the same family in South Carolina until just recently. Always garage kept. The 66-67 Nova sport coupes are highly desirable. Good looking cars that make great hot rods!
EXTERIOR: Pristine virgin body. No rust or damage. Believed to be all original metal. Every panel is absolutely straight. The gaps are square and flush. Both doors click shut, I love that! Repainted it's original beautiful Tropic Turquoise color. The finish is better then original. Polished smooth and glossy. Jambs are slick. Weatherstrips are soft. All the glass is clear. All the stainless is straight and shiny. Grill, emblems, taillights are all excellent. Hubcaps are mint.
INTERIOR: Very well preserved interior. It shows really well. The upholstery is excellent with one small split in the fabric. Door panels, headliner and visors are mint. door panels headliner visors all look great there is one small split at the scene The dash area is real sharp. Dash pad is mint, the original AM radio is still in place, heater controls and knobs look good. The steering wheel is mint. Overhead light works. It has Deluxe seat belts.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It's about as tidy as they get. The metal is all clean, finishes are smooth. Everything is installed properly. Completely stock, no aftermarket parts. Correct air cleaner, valve covers, manifolds etc. The motor runs as quiet as a mouse in slippers.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Spotless. The trunk floor and inner 1/4s are perfectly clean metal with a durable coat of spatter paint. Has jack and spare. Bottom of trunk lid and jamb are painted as slick as the exterior.
UNDERSIDE: Amazing! It has such clean virgin metal underneath that they chose not to paint it. Instead it was sprayed and wiped with a rust preventative oil to preserve it. It still shows the factory primer on the floors. It's only original once, after it's been painted you won't know what's under it. Completely dry original metal. Spotless factory seams and pinch welds. The front end was completely rebuilt, the metal components are clean, still shows some assembly line paint markings. Bottom of the motor is clean, has flywheel cover in place. Fuel pump and starter are clean. The Powerglide trans looks clean. New shocks in back. Exhaust looks recent. If you have been under lots and lots of old cars like I have, you will appreciate this underside the most.
I cant praise this car enough as far as being an unmolested, straight honest car. Absolutely impressive the way it is. If you are looking to build a hot rod, this the perfect car to start with!
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
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