You love it when someone invests the right money to build a muscle car just like you would, and this incredible 1966 Chevy II Nova is a prime example. With a thumping 406ci V8, slick paint, and gorgeous alloy wheels, it’s obvious that one of the most desirable years of the Nova had no corners cut in its restoration.
The crisp Nova body has always been popular with custom builds. Rendered in sinister out-for-blood kind or red, it has the nice gloss and luster that’s just begging to be seen in the sunshine. Plus, the large 17-inch Ridler wheels are an instant attention-grabber that lets everyone know to take you seriously. Those are nice custom pieces, but the rest of this fierce look comes from a careful restoration of the original GM steel. Plus, you get all the correct vintage Nova details like the correct badging, full sweeping side trim, and bright chrome bumpers front and rear. It’s a head-turner for being both complete and custom.
Black vinyl interiors always look fantastic against the red paint. It only gets better with seats and carpeting that feels quite fresh. In fact, this was upgraded to have the desirable SS center console in-between the premium buckets. And the upgrades don’t end there. The classic three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel looks great in wood and chrome, and the full package of auxiliary gauges let’s you know this is a performance machine. So while there’s an AM/FM/CD stereo, we really know you’re favorite soundtrack will be the rumble of the dual exhaust.
One turn of the key will convince you that there was money spent in the right place. The exterior paint may look like its out for blood, and the cackles and snarls from this 406 cubic-inch V8 confirms it! This is a race-built motor by Heinz Performance that was constructed only around two years ago. So while it provides brute force, it still presents quite handsomely in the tidy engine bay. Making sure all this power properly gets to the streets is a TH350 from Cook’s Racing that feeds a 10-bolt rear end. Control is also well in hand with a drilled and slotted front disc brake package, as well as the grip of modern performance tires.
This Nova looks mean, and has more than enough motor to back up this appearance. It’s the street-eating machine you’ve always wanted to build yourself, and now you get to take it home today if you’re the first to grab this deal. Call now!!