For sale is a 1964 Chevrolet Nova Wagon located in our Indianapolis Showroom. This is definitely a unique build that will turn some heads. This 1964 Chevrolet Nova Wagon for sale is powered by its rebuilt 406 CID V8 engine, backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, and running to a 10 Bolt rear end. Under the hood sits a 400 CID V8 small block that was bored .030 over to 406 CID and is outfitted with an Aluminum Intake, Holley 4-Barrel Carburetor, Chrome Chevrolet Valve Covers and Air Cleaner. A nice set of Long Tube Headers running out to a dual exhuast system with chrome tips not only look good but also have a deep tone that will draw attention. The exterior is painted in a bright teal color with a nice silver accent stripe running the length of the car. The interior is very nicely done in a two-tone green and beige vinyl with bucket seats up front and a fold down rear seat. A nice B&M ratchet shifter is mounted on the floor with a Summit tachometer and Autometer oil and temperature guages added to help keep an eye on the engine vitals. Finishing off the custom build are a set of staggered Weld wheels wrapped around the ever popular BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. Options on this 1964 Chevrolet Nova Wagon for sale include: AM/FM Radio with Cassette Player, Power Rear Window, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Aluminum Alloy Wheels, and Radial Tires. If you are looking for a classic wagon that is going to draw some attention, this is the one! This 1964 Chevrolet Nova Wagon for sale is located in our Indianapolis Showroom and can be seen in greater detail, including a High Def video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please call (317)688-1100 or email us at INDY@gatewayclassiccars.com for additional information.
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