"1966 Chevy IIs introduced an extensive sharp-edged restyle based in part on the Super Nova concept car. In general, proportions were squared up but dimensions and features changed little. Highlights included a bold grille and semi-fastback roofline. "Humped" fenders in an angular rear end were reminiscent of larger 1966 Chevrolets, though the 1966 Chevy II and Nova had vertical taillights and single headlights. The lineup again started with Chevy II 100 and Chevy II Nova 400 models."
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For sale by owner is this awesome '66 Nova Pro Street. This is not your average Nova, it was built to drive on the street but also to be taken to the strip. This car started life as a standard Chevy II and was transformed into the street machine you see here and completed in 2012. What follows are some of the details.
Vin # 13116W143227
434 CI V-8
Dynoed @ 700 HP @ 7,000 RPM
227 Pro1 Heads
12. 5.1 Compression Ratio
Gross Lift .679
Eagle Crank & Rods
ARP Bolt Ups
350 HP Quick Fuel Nitrous Kit with 2 Bottles
3" Stainless Steel Exhaust
Lamon Ceramic Coated Headers
Electric Fuel Pump, Water Pump & Fan
AFCO Aluminum Radiator
12 Gallon Fuel Cell
400 Turbo Transmission with Trans Brake
Carbon Fiber Transmission Shield for Flex Plate
Biondo Air Shifter with 2 Bottles
Altronics 02 Alert Kit
Chevy S-10 Front Clip
Rear Ladder Bars with Coil Over Shocks
2x2 Square Frame� Rear to Front
Narrowed 9" Rear End
Bach End Tubbed for Larger Tires
Fiberglass Removable Hood & Trunk
15x5 Weld Racing Wheels Front
15x10 Beadlock Wheels Rear
This car looks, runs and sounds incredible and is not for the faint of heart. If you have been looking for a street machine that can also be taken to the track, this is it.
Included in the sale will be brand new Goodyear racing slicks and front tires and the original trunk lid.
Please remember that this car is 49 years old and not perfect.
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