For sale in our Houston Gateway Classic Cars showroom is this beautiful glossy red 1966 Chevrolet Nova II. If you have never owned a '66 Chevy Nova II before, then I'll give you a little history lesson on these wonderful cars. The 2nd gen Nova was introduced in 1966, with few changes from 1965. Most visible was the fact that external proportions were squared up, vs. Gen 1; but dimensions and features changed little. One could choose from 3 trim levels - the 100, 400, or the SS; with 3 choices of engine, including an inline 4, inline 6, or a V8. The SS trim was available with either the inline 6 or a 327 CID V8. This one in particular is a true 118 code SS, but it originally came with an inline 6 from factory. Now it's been upgraded with a rebuilt 327 V8 with LS-based block, and mated to a 5 speed Tremec manual transmission. This car has seen 3,765 miles since it's been rebuilt and it's in great shape! The Nova SS also comes equipped with Cold AC, AM/FM radio, Power steering, seat belts, Rally wheels, Quick Fuel Carb, MSD Ignition, Front disc brakes, CalTracs rear suspension, and restored audio system. New Carpet was also installed during the restoration; all glass is in great shape, there are no patched panels, and it has its original trunk floor. Overall, this is a really beautiful restoration that looks even better in person. Watch our Full HD video of this Chevy II Nova and see more photos at www.gatewayclassiccarscom. This 1966 Chevy II Nova SS could be yours today: just call us at 832-243-6220, or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com for further details. To see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 71 Esplanade Blvd., Ste 100, Houston, TX 77060.
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