Gorgeous blue 64 Nova sits and looks amazing, sounds even better. This car started its life as an Aqua blue car, the current restoration more resembles the Le Mans blue color. The vehicle has black interior with bucket seats, beautiful dash in excellent condition with classic instruments gauges and vintage digital radio installed with iPod capability.The vehicle is powered by a mean GM 350 Crate motor with under 5k miles mated to a turbo 350 trans with a B&M shifter upgrade rolling on Rally wheels. Awesome suspension, newer gas tank, MSD ignition, painless wire harness, aluminum radiator with dual fans and temp control with manual override all give you a stock looking car with some teeth under the hood. The vehicle has some missing trim pieces and comes with a box of misc. trim pieces that may or may not fit. Nova's fly off our shelves, so call us now before this one is gone.408-610-1000
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