This 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova is a deceptive car. It's certainly not subtle, but it's also the kind of car where the more you look, the more there is to see. It's quite nicely built inside and out with quality that is tangible in every single component on the car, and with a stout 400 small block Chevy motor under the hood, it's also seriously fun on the street.
This Nova is sporting a very pretty, unique paint most would describe as a blue/turquoise mix. Overall the paint quality is very good, the body is razor straight and has a great shine. Paired with 15in chrome wheels, new tires and smoked windows this is one cool coupe with a great stance and look.
Under the hood is a very clean engine bay holding a 400 cubic inch V8 equipped with headers, Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake to top it off. The 400 runs great and is believed to be very low miles since the total rebuild. Paired to a Powerglide automatic transmission with a ratchet shifter this car will spin the tires through the Positraction rear end and launch down the road no problem. This is a very solid street car and will cruise 65mph at 2500RPM.
The newly upholstered interior is very comfortable, easy to get in and out of and the smoked windows make the interior very comfortable to sit in on a sunny day. Overall this Chevy II Nova is a high quality build with a great fit and finish that is ready to drive anywhere!