1963 Chevy Nova Convertible. Ember red paint with red interior as
per firewall trim tag. Very peppy rebuilt 1973 350 Chevy motor with
'double hump' heads and with Turbo 350 with floor shifter. Nice
bucket seats. Correct chrome center console is is very good shape.
Quadrajet 4 BBL carburetor. New exhaust system with nice sound. Car
runs strong and drives well. Correct 14" Rally Wheels on BF
Goodrich white lettered tires (P205/70/R14). New starter, new front
shocks, new water pump, voltage regulator, and new radiator hoses
and heater hoses. New chrome air cleaner. Very nice dash with
aftermarket gauge cluster. Extra below dash mounted gauges and
aftermarket AM/FM radio/cassette. Interior is in great shape, all
the glass is nice and rolls up and down well. Seats are nice. Door
panels and interior trim are in excellent shape. Trunk is in very
nice shape and white convertible top in very good shape including
plastic back window with no cracks. Nice snap-on red tonneau cover
for when the top is down. Super Sport badging, gauge cluster and
steering wheel. Lights, wipers, turn signals, horn, brake lights
all work well. Solid driver quality Nova that grabs a lot of
attention on the street and at the car show. This is NOT a show
car, but a very nice driver. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
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