You are looking at an outstanding example of the car GM never built! A 1966 Chevrolet Nova convertible built on a 1963 convertible platform. This car underwent extensive custom body work in order to fab on a 66' front and rear clip to a 63' convertible. The overall fit and finish is top notch as this entire build was done by professionals in the industry. The undercarriage shows how high quality the build is with custom sub-frame connectors and everything else being extremely clean and well presented. The car is sitting on very nice Hurst 15in wheels with Front 195/55/R15 and rear 205/55/R15 tires. The stance of the car is simply sinister and unique to the build.
Under the hood sits a nicely detailed 350 cubic inch V8 with all the right speed parts; MSD electronic ignition, aluminum heads, and a simply great sounding ceramic coated dual exhaust system. You will not find a single bolt anywhere on this car untouched. This motor paired with a 4-speed in a custom one-off convertible is breathtaking to say the least. Bolted on the rear is a 23 bolt Moser Posi-traction with 3.42 gears for a good balance of acceleration and cruising RPMs.
The interior is nicely restored with new upholstery, convertible top, carpet and door panels. The dash and gauges are nicely detailed and almost look brand new. This is a top-notch, professionally built, one-off custom Nova that drives even better then it looks!