This 1965 Chevrolet Chevy II has a very vintage style, right down
to its two-owner history. It has a sharp look and an authentic
feeling that makes for a true classic that's truly fun to
We're told this is a two-owner car, and so that instantly suggests
a history of being well respected. And the condition today
reaffirms that feeling. The factory-correct Artesian Turquoise was
given a quality respray later in life to make sure it remains
radiant. The chrome bumpers, Chevy II trim, lights, and glass are
all looking good. It's an overall impressive time capsule kind of
style, but it's not a museum piece. After all, these Chevy IIs have
us nostalgic for cruising, and so this one has the kind of finish
and character that will make sure you'll hit the road on a whim.
There's even an upgraded set of slotted mags to let you fit better
tires (but the stock wheels and hubcaps also come with the
The first thing you notice when you open the door is the set of
bench seats. The bright turquoise not only goes well with the
exterior, but also the crisply presented intricate style looks like
you were picking this up from the Chevrolet dealer on day one. The
rest of the car is also quite vintage, authentic, and honest. It's
a true time capsule style, right down to the working dome light and
color-matched dual-spoke steering wheel. And the radio delete panel
reminds you what really came on cars of this era. But remember, the
overall attitude is about a classic that's also a strong driver for
today's world. So they give you the right additions, like the
auxiliary readouts and a large column-mounted tach.
Chevrolet's 194 cubic-inch inline-six is a great motor. It carries
on the tradition of the hardy Blue Flame motor, but now in an
updated version that was lighter, more powerful, and advanced
enough to be Chevy's backbone for a generation. Since this is a
two-owner car, it's believed to be the original powerhouse. It has
the clean and bright look of a later investment, including a
painted block and polished head. But if you crave originality, many
of the stock components also come with the sale. It fires up
readily with the smooth nature you love in an inline motor. And as
you get out on the streets, the direct feeling of the steering and
column-shifted three-speed manual transmission keep you connected
with the road in an honest way that gets muddled in newer cars.
This Chevy is unique in the way it loves to remain both authentic
and strong. So if you love driving a true classic, call today!
1965 Chevrolet Nova
Location:Ft Worth, Texas
Exterior Color:Artesian Turquoise
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