Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1962 Chevrolet Nova SS. This 1962 Nova SS is definitely a Drag Car that is a step up from the rest. With a stunning two tone blue paint job that cost over $15k she's bound to turn heads wherever it goes. Under the hood sits 1000 HP 540 Big Block Chevy that has been treated to a number of upgrades. Behind this brawny LS1 sits a nicely equipped power glide automatic transmission that will definitely get aggressive when the time calls for it. It features 6500 N Stall converter kit with on board compressor. A factory 9" inch rear 4:56 gears. This car cost over $75K to build and is NHRA certified. The interior amenities include roll cage and racing seat with harness. The rear of the car houses the 5-gal fuel cell and batteries the suspension is solid and this one is ready to race. Located in our Orlando Florida Showroom this 1962 Chevrolet Nova SS can be seen including HD pictures and videos at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call (407)771-2000 or Orlando@GatewayClassicCars.com See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/orlando/1962/chevrolet/nova-S748.html
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