"Hot on the heels of the newly restyled Chevelle came the Chevy II Nova. It, too, underwent a complete restyling in 1966 into what many Nova aficionados consider the most desirable example of the marquee. The new Nova Super Sport was available with the economical six cylinder, or myriad mouse-motor derivatives, but clearly the hot ticket was the L79 version of the 327."
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For sale by owner is this outstanding Nova Pro-Street. At first glance, it appears to be a very nice looking Chevy Nova, but a closer look reveals an incredible professionally built custom street machine. This is not your run of the mill Nova, you really have to see & hear it.� Please let all the pictures load (there are over 150) to see the beautiful condition of this classic Chevy.� According to the owner, this car started life as a standard Nova grocery getter that was transformed to the car you see here. Originally built to be a street legal show car, the restoration took over 3 years and was completed in 2013 with only 261 miles driven since. It has never been to the track, but is equipped with all the safety features to do so. For all the car guys out there, what follows are some of the important details of the restoration.�
ST 66-11637����������� 10559 Body
TR 735������������������������ FF Paint
502 GM Crate Engine
Port & Polished Dart Pro1 Heads
1150 Dominator Carberator
Barry Grant Port & Polished Intake Manifold
Jessel Rocker Arms
Extra Large B Cool Radiator
Automatic Elevtric Fans
Electric Water Pump
TH 400 Automatic Transmission Manual Shift Reverse Valve Body
Trans Brake & Line Lock
Electric Trans Cooler
5500 Stall Converter
Heavy Duty Fly Wheel
Heavy Duty Drive Shaft & U Joints
411 Alston Detroit Locker Rear End
Heavy Duty Strange Axles
Oversize 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
Magna-Flow Heavy Duty Electric Fuel System
Interior Racing Setas
Full Roll cage with Swing Out Bars
Autometer Gauges in Dash
P-185/65R15 Goodyear Eagle HP Tires Front
32x17.50-15LT Mickey Thompson Pro Street Tires Rear
The information above is just a partial list of what has been done to this car. For complete
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