In 1962 Chevrolet introduced the new Chevy II and its latest “Nova” nameplate for the top trim level. Looking to compensate for the struggles of the Corvair and compete with the highly successful Ford Falcon, Chevrolet engineers were enthusiastic about their fresh concept. Throughout the mid 60’s styling changed to continually challenge competition, some of which was within the Chevrolet fleet. By 1964 the once entry level Nova was elevated to muscle car status with a newly offered V8 and the Super Sport moniker. Boosting similarities to the widely lucrative Camaro, the ascetics of the Nova broadened further with new lines on the body’s lower half and a streamlined hardtop in 1966. Often pointed to as the most stimulating of the Nova genealogy this 1966 Nova SS is further supplemented with a strident 383 Stroker. The throaty engine is equipped with an aluminum intake, aluminum valve covers, serpentine belt system, dual exhaust, and shows just 23,230 actual miles. The impressiveness of this car doesn’t end under the hood. This stunning automobile is gilded in a brand-new turquoise paint complemented by new chrome all around and replated body side moldings. Chrome American Racing Wheels tie together the exquisiteness of the vehicles exterior before plunging into its first-class interior. You will feel at one as you settle into the black vinyl interior and grip the lustrous wood grained steering wheel. The front buckets seats straddle the console shifter connected to the automatic transmission, and the newly installed headliner and sun visors will demand your attention. An auxiliary feature for complete comfort is an installed under-dash air conditioning system for those hot summer days cruising the backroads. With not a single aspect overlooked during the restoration process, this Nova is as impeccable as you will find. As one of the pillars of Chevrolet History, and in maximum condition, this car is sure to have everyone in town talking when you pass by.