1963 Nova Beautiful 1963 ChevyII Nova Built 283 w/ solid lifters,
Edelbrock rpm intake, Edelbrock carburetor, Long tube headers with
custom exhaust, Electric fan, aluminum pulleys, Built 700R
transmission, B&M shifter, 10 bolt open rear end, Weld racing
wheels with BF Goodrich tires, Pulls good, drives and stops good.
Radio & horn dose not work, heat works. No power steering but has
power brakes. Power driver's seat. Very straight car with lots of
eye appeal. Nice two-tone paint. We will provide you with the best
vehicle experience possible. Your complete satisfaction is our #1
priority. Please note, we did NOT build or restore the vehicle.
Vehicles are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS with all faults known/unknown and
with no implied warranty. Pre-Purchase inspections welcome, we
describe these vehicles to the best of our ability. For more
information contact our showroom (630)519-4591 Please check out are
website for more info, pictures and video.
www.fastlanemotorsport.com Financing and shipping available. We
offer financing at 10% down with a credit score of over 650 Call or
text for more info. Note: Due To COVID Pandemic, No Walk-ins are
allowed at this time, Please call to schedule an appointment. Also
at this time there will be NO Test Drives, We can supply you with
any additional pictures, video or even a video test drive you
request on our vehicles. Thank you for your understanding.
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