1963 Chevrolet Nova. This car came from a Mecum Auction. From then
on improvements make it an excellent driver. Listed Improvements
(see pictures): ? 327 ci/350 hp Engine built by Grawmondbecks in
Mason City, Iowa. Rebuild included block hot tanked, crank and rods
balanced, new rings and bearings and roller cam with a gear drive.
? THM350 Built by Crawford Machine in Elma, Iowa ? Front clip,
which includes rack and pinion p.s. and disc brakes built by Heidt
Automotive in Lake Zurich, IL. ? Ford rear end built by Currie
Enterprises in Corona, CA. ? 3-Link rear suspension built by Pieper
Engineering in Charles City, Iowa ? Color coat, clear coat and
buffing by Schmidtke Auto Body near Charles City, Iowa ? Modified
Hedman headers with balance pipe through Flow Master mufflers and
electronic cut outs. ? Upgraded sound systems including speakers. ?
Cruise control by Dakota Digital. ? Alloy wheels with B.F.Goodrich
radials. ? Instruments include tach, water temp, voltage, oil and
fuel pressure. ? Aluminum radiator with electric fan. ? Electric
fuel pump by Bendix. ? Stiffeners connecting front and rear sub
frames. ? Noise suppressor in front fenders, doors and quarter
panels. ? Towing capability of small trailers. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1963 Chevrolet Nova
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