1964 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova, no rust California car. Not cut anywhere. 327 .030 over according to previous owner. Edelbrock performer intake, AVS2 carb, MSD ignition, coil, and billet distributor. Doug’s long tube headers. Dual exhaust. Cold Case aluminum radiator and electric fan. Billet alternator and brake master cylinder. CPP 4 wheel disc brakes. CPP front end kit with upper and lower control arms. All new front steering with Moog replacement parts. Trunk mounted battery with cut out switch. 14” Cragar mag wheels with new General tires. 4 speed Muncie M21 close ratio transmission with a Hurst shifter. McLeod hydraulic clutch with McLeod hydraulic throw out bearing. Balanced drive shaft. New Eaton posi traction 3.73 rear end, new axles and seals throughout the rear end. Subframe connectors installed. Interior is in great condition. New carpet, seats recovered by previous owner. Tachometer. Headliner looks original and is in excellent condition. All trim is intact and in good or excellent condition, inside and out. Paint appears to be original and is in great condition with very few chips. Overall, a very nice car with an updated drivetrain that will withstand today’s driving conditions reliably without overheating. Also a very fast little Nova to take to the track on Sundays. All work has been completed in the last 12 months with receipts, and receipts from the previous owner, documenting motor and transmission work done prior to my ownership. Thanks for looking.
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