For sale in our Indianapolis showroom is this very nicely done 1963 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova. The first thing you see is the stunning Glasurit C5 Corvette Torch Red single stage paint. Underneath the hood is a 355 cubic-inch Small Block Chevy equipped with the Vortek Cylinder heads. It contains a Comp Cams Thumper hydraulic cam sending kinetic force through rocker rollers. Sitting high and mighty is an Edelbrock intake with a Holley 670 carburetor containing an electric choke. This engine has some Jet Hot coated headers which feed a full length dual exhaust utilizing Flowmaster Delta Flow mufflers which give it an unmatched throaty tone. The power plant sends all the converted energy through a 700R4 automatic speed transmission to the 12 bolt posi track rear end sporting 373 gears. The wheels are by Billet Specialties and are wrapped in nearly new BF Goodrich tires. The interior utilizes Cavalier Z-24 bucket seats wrapped in custom tweed including the door panels. This gorgeous Chevy II Nova is a great example of what an update on an old car should be! This car has won numerous awards including Super Chevy "Best of Class", World of Wheels "Best Of Class" and National Nostalgic Nova "Best of Gold Class" just to name a few. Options include: Aluminum/Alloy Wheels, AM/FM Radio with CD/Cassette player, Cloth Interior, Radial Tires, Power Steering, Radial Tires, Seat Belts. For more information on this 1963 Chevrolet Chevy II, contact our Indianaplois showroom at (317) 688-1100 or Indianapolis@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more HD photos and an HD video of this vehicle running and driving, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com.
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