This 1964 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova has a fresh 350hp performance-built V8 added 1,200 miles ago. That combines with the super-straight body, super-slick paint, and super-cool A/C interior to create one of the best classic coupes you'll ever find for an obtainable price.
The Bahama Blue paint on this coupe has so much metallic finish that it even radiates light indoors (so just wait until you see it in the sunshine!) There has been a serious investment in restoring this Chevy. That's why the panels line up so nicely, the bumpers are mirror-like, and the even the details still are so crisp – like the full-length crease on the sheetmetal that appears like an unbroken line along the profile. But you also instantly know there were plenty of custom touches to give this an attitude all of its own. The silver SS stripes, cowl induction hood, and 15-inch American Racing wheels all signal to everyone that there has also been a solid investment in this classic Chevy's performance.
The interior is the right mix of vintage pieces and newer comfort. It starts with the gray cloth on the seats and side panels. This combines with the exterior blue that's on the dash to have the same appeal as the color scheme seen on the outside. The front bucket seats provide the kind of modern bolstering to be all-day comfortable. Plus, everyone gets to stay nice and cool with air conditioning that's running modern R134a. But the best upgrades are all about performance. Your left hand grips the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and your right one will love the B&M shifter. All of this, plus the full SunPro auxiliary gauge (including large tach,) instantly tell your senses there's something special under the hood – and that's even before you twist the key and hear this Nova roar.
The engine bay has a fantastic presentation. Smooth and bright fender walls draw attention to the bold orange block, chrome alternator, pulleys, fined aluminum valve covers, and matching air topper. More than just look great, this 350 cubic-inch crate motor was freshly built for combat. It's fortified with moly rods & rings, polished crank & pistons, roller rockers, and a Bullet camshaft. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake. And the V8 exhales with authority as the ceramic-coated headers feed the Magnaflow dual exhaust. The full package is rated around 350 horsepower, and the rumble of the side pipes let's everyone know about this big power. The motor is mated to a stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. This feeds the Ford 9-inch rear with 31 spline Moser axles. And because you know these components are strong enough to get all the power moving, there's a four-link rear with adjustable coilovers to keep the power on the pavement. There are even reinforcements in the frame to keep everything right in big torque moments. But more than just a powerful machine, this one has the right anytime driving features, like an upgraded front subframe and front disc brakes. In fact, there's a Griffin four-core aluminum radiator with twin electric fans to make sure this super Chevy stays cool even if you're in traffic with the A/C pumping.
Complete and powerful builds like this usually go for double our asking price or more, so you know you have to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!