Up for sale is an absolutely beautiful 2 door '64 Chevy Nova
Car is very clean
Car has less than 1000 miles on it since a full restoration. It features a 355 SBC 4 bolt main with lots of upgrades. Fire it up and you can hear the lope from the beefy cam coming thru the headers and out the aluminized dual exhaust pipes. That power is transferred thru a freshly built Muncie 4 speed tranny. New gear set with new light-weight flywheel, clutch, pressure plate, and a corvette style Hurst shifter back to a 350 posi rear end complete with custom housing cover. The car is painted Corvette blue with tinted windows and the undercarriage is clean, rust free and undercoated for worry free driving. The front end features a T.C.I. conversion with chrome mustang 2 rack and power disc brakes. The car rides on new American Racing wheels and fresh rubber. All wiring is new, complete with a Kenwood stereo. The interior is in excellent condition and features very good condition original vinyl upholstery and tilt wheel. No A/C, manual steering, and no power windows or seats. Overall I'd rate the cars condition as a 9/10. There are a couple small paint chips but I have the correct touch up paint and will include. There is a small drip from the oil pan gasket as is common with SBC engines but I have a new 1-piece gasket that I will include. I also have a new headliner with extra material for visors that goes with the car too. This is a great car and I know whoever ends up with it will be very happy. I'm sure there are lots of things I'm missing in the description but please feel free to ask. I don't need to sell it so don't bother with crazy low ball offers. The asking price is $34,500. I'd prefer to sell outright but would possibly consider reasonable trades plus cash as well but again please don't waste my time. The car is located in Louisville, KY. Don't hesitate to contact me with questions. I have full specs on the engine build and other info available upon request.
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