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1966 Chevrolet Nova on 2040-cars

US $49,300.00
Year:1966 Mileage:500 Color: Red /
 Tan
Location:

Kendallville, Indiana, United States

Kendallville, Indiana, United States

If you have any questions feel free to email me at: willardwbboleyn@clubsuzuki.com .

1966 PRO TOURING NOVA WITH PPG TORCH RED WITH BLACK STRIPE RUNNING DOWN SIDE OF THE CAR PAINT,2 INCH STEEL COWL HOOD,BILLET HINGES,SMOOTHED FIREWALL.CUSTOM 1 OFF ENGINE COVER,WITH LS2 PRO BUILT 540 HP,MSD COILS,CONCEPT 1 TRU TRAC ENGINE DRIVE KIT,FAST INTAKE,CUSTOM BUILT HEADERS WITH 3 INCH FLOWMASTER EXHAUST SYSTEM,CUSTOM BILLET FAN SHROUD,VINTAGE AIR CONDITIONING,POWER RACK&PINION STEERING,4 SPEED COAN BUILT 4L65E AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION,SWARTZ CUSTOM BUILT TUBE CHASSIS&SUSPENSION,WILWOOD DISK BRAKES ON ALL 4 CORNERS WITH DRILLED&SLOTTED ROTORS,FLOATER 9 INCH FORD REAREND WITH 3.70 GEAR RATIO,POSITIVE TRACTION WITH 31 SPLINE AXLES,BOZE ZE WHEELS, FRONT ARE 18X8S AND REARS ARE 18X12S WITH 245/40 FRONTS AND 335/40 REAR BF GOODRICH KDW TIRES,CUSTOM BUILT SEATS FRONT&REAR AND WRAPPED IN CUSTOM TAN LEATHER,TAN CARPET,BILLET LOKAR SHIFTER,BILLET SPECIALTY LEATHER WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL,IDIDIT STEERING COLUMN, AUTOMETER GAUGES,CUSTOM BUILT DASH WITH BILLET ACCENTS,,CUSTOM CONSOLE,CD PLAYER WITH 4 SPEAKERS.

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