1966 CHEVROLET NOVA COUPE, FRESH NUMBERS MATCHING REBUILT 283 -4 ENGINE WITH DOCUMENTS, REBUILT 4 SPEED, ORIGINAL 10 BOLT REAR WITH 355 RATIO, TILT STEERING WHEEL, RADIO, 14" RALLY WITH RED LINE TIRES, DUAL EXHAUST, STEEL COWL HOOD, BUCKET SEATS, HURST SHIFTER, AFTER MARKET GAUGES AND TACHOMETER, FULL DUAL EXHAUST, JACK AND SPARE, DRUM BRAKES, RUST FREE BODY, FLOORS, TRUNK PAN AND MOUNTS. EXCELLENT BUTTERNUT YELLOW FINISH AND NICE BLACK BUCKET SEAT INTERIOR, THIS NOVA HAS BEEN ON THE ROAD FOR A YEAR, AND IS WELL SORTED, NO SURPRISES THAT MIGHT SHOW UP WITH A RECENT REBUILD. I HAVE FULL DOCUMENTATION AND HARD COPY PICS OF THE PROFESSIONAL ENGINE BUILD, NO CORNERS WERE CUT WITH THIS DRIVE LINE. ENGINE IS CORRECT MATCHING "PD" CODE 283 MANUAL TRANS. THE ENGINE HAS HAD SOME PERFORMANCE UPGRADES, DART STEEL CYLINDER HEADS, COMP CAM, ALLOY INTAKE AND EDELBROCK CARB. IT RUNS VERY WELL, NOT RADICAL, YOU CAN DRIVE IT WITHOUT WORRIES. RUNS AND DRIVES EXCELLENT. $28,500 513-248-44HUNDRED Price: $28,500
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