Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to offer for sale this
1966 Chevrolet Nova SS or as we always called it the Chevy II or
duce coupe for short. This beautiful Duce coupe is covered in a
high gloss black paint that has a mirror like finish and still
appears wet. The black vinyl interior with bucket seat and center
console housing the shifter for the 4-speed manual transmission
believed to be a Muncie. The engine compartment is full of small
block chevy that came from the factory with 327 cubic inches. This
no-nonsense power plant has the coveted double hump heads, a
polished 4-barrel intake and Edlebrock carburetor, H.E.I. ignition
and enough cam to have a power band that seems to start about 1,700
RPMs and give it a healthy rumble at idle. The rear differential is
a Ford 9 inch that is held in place with a pair of traction bars.
This is a real L79 327 and a true 118 super sport Nova. If you are
looking for a sweet looking, fun car to cruise to the car shows
this little duce coupe might just be the right fit, I know it is
for me, hurry and buy this car before I have to pull the " look
what followed me home" with my wife. Options for this 1966
Chevrolet Chevy II, Nova, or what every you call it, include: AM/FM
radio and Hubcaps. This 1966 Chevrolet Nova can be seen in greater
detail including 100+ HD photos at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For
more information, please call the Nashville showroom at
615-213-1800 or send us an email at
held pursuant to permit No. 19289 of department of licenses granted
the 14th day of August 2015.
1966 Chevrolet Nova
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