1966 Chevrolet Nova
DUE TO E BAYS CATEGORY LISTING THIS CAR IS LISTED AS A NOVA. IT IS A ACADIAN CANSO READ BELOW FOR FULL DESCRIPTION. Acadian was a make of automobile produced by General Motors of Canada from 1962 to 1971. The concept was built on the Chevy II platform to be introduced for 1962. Initially, Acadians were re-trimmed Chevy IIs, offered as a base model. The car used Pontiac styling cues such as a split grille but was marketed as a separate make, never as a Pontiac. The name "Canso" was applied to the top-line compact model, equivalent of the Nova. This Acadian "Canso" Sport Coupe has a similar package equivalent to the Chevy II. It has numerous hours of Resto-Mod restoration and has spent its restored life being driven very few miles. It performs and drives as well as it looks with its V8 327 engine, 4bbl carb, HEI Ignition and 7004R trans. Performance headers with dual exhaust along with the rack and pinion steering, a complete control arm front suspension kit and front disc brakes makes handling smooth. With the addition of the American racing wheels and BFG T/A tires not only does it look great it’s fun to drive.