There are rare cases when something that is already great is made
even better. Such is the case in this gorgeous 1963 Chevy Nova SS.
This is a REAL SS Nova (see the Trim Tag below) that has been
modified and upgraded to be a real contender on the show circuit as
well as a fast street car too.
For 1963, the Chevy II Nova Super Sport was released, under RPO Z03. It featured special emblems, instrument package, wheel covers, side moldings, bucket seats, and floor shifter.
As mentioned above, the Nova option could not officially have V8 engines at this time, the standard SS engine was the six-cylinder when the SS was a sport and appearance package, but small-block V8 engine swaps were commonplace among enthusiasts.
The Nova SS started out life back in its day with a six cylinder since no V8s were an option in 1963. No problem, the Nova now has plenty of power with a potent small block Chevy engine residing in the state of the art, Art Morrison complete front end. (Pardon the pun)
The engine is a early Chevy Tuned Port motor that was usually found in a Corvette or Camaro back then during the '80s and '90s. It has been warmed over and also has headers, chrome accessories, performance cooling system and much more.
Sit inside the restored interior in the bright red and white bucket seat interior and gaze all around at the pristine painted dash and door panels, gauges, carpet, and audio system.
After, allow your eyes to look at the bright red body rolling on polished mags and performance tires and you will know that this is a one of a kind ride.
06E Built June 5th Week,
37 2-Door Sport Coupe,
34330 Sequence Number,
Trim 775 Red Vinyl Seats,
Painted Tuxedo Black,
F Tinted Windows,
M Power Glide,
Z Super Sport,
Do not put off calling or coming to see this Red SS at Skyway Classics. You do not see this quality of a Nova SS anywhere these days, this is an extreme rarity.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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