Survivor 1963 Nova II Sporting the Casting Number Correct
• 194 CID. Inline 6 Engine with Block Number F1010HF= Flint, Mich. Oct. 10th, 194 Automatic.
• Engine Casting Number 3792858= 1962 - 1967 194 CID.
• Powerglide Automatic Transmission.
• Power Brakes.
• Front Sway Bar.
• Factory AM Radio.
• Split Bench Front Seat.
• All Vinyl Wrapped Interior.
• Full Gauge Package.
• Factory Wheels with Original Hubcaps.
• Original Ermine White with Red Interior Color Combination.
• Car Built on 2nd Week in October (10B) in Kandsas City, MO.
• Body Style 63-0437 = 1963 Chevy II Nova 400 2 Door Coupe.
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