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1966 Ss Nova L-79 4 Speed Number Matching With 16,000 Miles. on 2040-cars

Year:1966 Mileage:16100
Location:

Bay City, Michigan, United States

Bay City, Michigan, United States

 Selling my 1966 SS Nova L-79 matching numbers 4 Speed with 16,000 miles. I have had the car since 1988. It is a survivor! Car is very solid and has not been restored, as one would look twice if he thought it should be! It has had in its day fender wheel headers,electric fuel pump, different carb and intake( I believe) ladder bars. Has cheater slicks with redline tires on front! It has been in a temperature monitored building since I bought it and I was told it was stored before, as the owner was in the service!

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CALL Dennis @ 989-239-2089.

I WILL HELP WITH LOADING THE VEHICLE FOR THE SHIPPER IF NEEDED.  VEHICLE WILL NOT LEAVE MY RESIDENCE UNTIL ALL MONEY IS PAID IN FULL

 

CAR IS FOR SALE LOCALLY AND I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE AUCTION EARLY

THERE IS NO WARRANTY AS THIS IS A OLDER CAR and is SOLD AS IS!


On Jul-31-14 at 16:29:00 PDT, seller added the following information:

 To answer a few questions, there was wheel well headers at one time, a electric fuel pump, ladder bars, the last picture is a nickel size paint chip on the passenger door edge, numbers do match, and I have own it for the last 25 years. I have no documents, however I received a call from a gentleman in Ohio that asked questions and then ask, did you buy it from? He did verify the back ground on the car, as his friend knew  the original purchaser! The Vin is 118376W117762, engine number isFII09ZI. Besides keeping the car clean, the only thing I have done to it was changed the oil. 


On Aug-01-14 at 08:14:35 PDT, seller added the following information:

 Previous fender well headers! No trades please!

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