For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is a an awesome 1965 Chevrolet Nova II Station Wagon. This car exemplifies the two hottest trends in hot rods right now. The once awkward station wagon has seen a renaissance of sorts lately, as people have being to appreciate the unique styling flair that wagons add to the already gorgeous cars of days past. In a similar line of thought, rust used to be the greatest nuisance of car enthusiasts everywhere, and when it is bad enough it is still public enemy #1. But when the sun has beat down on a classic American steel body just long enough to give it some character, you have one of the most desired looks in car culture right now: the patina finish. Combine the two items into one vehicle, and you have a guaranteed 1-2 knockout punch for your next car show. The patina on this Nova II is fantastic, with the beltline being shaded perfectly by a dark belt of oxidation. The white roof has begun to show through with the copper body color as well, giving this little wagon some big character. That personality continues with the 18" front 20" rear Billet Specialties wheels that are tucked up under the car thanks to the 4 corner coil over suspension. There are more treats underneath including a Heidt's front suspension and 4 link Ford 9" out back, plus 4 wheel powered disc brakes. Pop the hood to find a beautiful little 327 CID V8 that emits a concerto of stare-inducing noises from the dual exhaust. Inside, you'll find a classic interior that looks as fresh as can be, with all new Painless wiring throughout. Other new items include the distributor, quick fuel 650 carburetor, and a TH350 3 speed automatic that is fresh off a rebuild. This is definitely a car you can use for a nice long cruise, find a car show to dominate, then make a run to the hardware store all in the same day. Don't miss this little wagon, as it is a must have for any serious collection. To view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and videos, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1965 Chevrolet Nova II Station Wagon, email us at email@example.com or call 817-310-9400.
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