OldCarOnline.com - 1966 Chevrolet Nova

Ad Number:606452
Vehicle Type:Street Rods
Model Type:2DR Sedan
Price:$45500  USD
Stock Number:
Name:Richard Hester
Zip/Postal Code:43567
Phone 1:419-494-5881
Phone 2:
Phone 3:
Web Site Address:

Vehicle Description

This car has been rebuilt from the bottom up. A rotisserie build. The car was bought in Texas as a rolling chassis with no rust and all original panels. Some repairs were done to straighten panels and remove dents. It was an original 2 door post car w/6 cyl engine, automatic trans., bench seat interior and very plain.
The car was completely dismantled and stripped to bare metal. Everything you see was either rebuilt or replaced with new. This was a project that took over 2 years to build.
The engine is a Chevy 383 stroker w/ aluminum heads, 4 Bbl. Carb, ceramic coated headers, serpentine belt system all dressed in polished aluminum. It has an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. The front end is a Heidts w/ rack and pinion, non-power steering. Coil over shocks on the front. It has 4 wheel disc non-power brakes w/ all stainless steel lines.
The transmission is a 700R4 completely rebuilt and has a shift kit.
The interior is completely new w/ bucket seats and console w/ shifter.
All AutoMeter gauges built into the stock dash.
AM-FM-CD radio w/ under dash antenna. Tilt steering wheel, all new carpet, door panels, seat covers. Working A/C and heat.
The car is NOT tubbed. It has a Ford 9” rear end that was narrowed to fit. Also has custom rear leaf spring suspension. The rear gear is 3:73 w/positrac.
Custom aluminum wheels with Firestone Firehawk GT tires size P195/65R15 on the front and Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 size P275/60R15 tires on the rear.
The car was painted in 2 tone paint and is super straight.
The car starts and runs great, goes down the road smooth and straight. Sounds great with custom X pipe exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers.
Everything works as it should.
I have many pictures of everything that I can send to your email.

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