Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1963
Chevrolet Nova SS convertible. The "Nova" nameplate was
manufactured from 1962-1979, and 1985-1988. This first- generation
Nova was produced from 1961-1965. Taking on many body styles
including two-doors, four-doors, station wagons and convertibles.
It was built on a semi-unibody cabin and trunk bolted to a framed
front section. In 1963 the "SS" model was introduced with special
features including a floor shifter, SS badging, unique instrument
package, bucket seats, side molding, and SS wheel covers.
Interestingly, a V-8 option was not available for the Nova until
1964. Eight-cylinder engine swaps by owners were commonplace,
however. This 1963 Nova SS convertible is painted in pearl white
with ghost flames running up the hood and the side panels. American
racing alloy wheels add to the sporty looks. The classic red
convertible top and matching red vinyl interior are a nice accent
to the white exterior. Bucket seats, floor shifter, after market
oil and water gauges and a Kenwood AM/FM/cd radio mounted in the
glovebox are great additional features. Under the hood is a 327
cubic inch V-8 attached to a three-speed automatic transmission.
This 1963 Chevrolet Nova might have been a year early to the muscle
car party, but ultimately grew up to be a nice contender with the
addition of the 327 V-8.
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