1966 Chevrolet Nova
Here is a good running and driving 1966 Chevy II Nova. In 1966 Chevy changed the body style and did so for the 1966 and 1967 year models with very little difference in the 2 years. This body style was a very popular change in that era and is one of the best collectible and sought after cars today. This car is not a Super Sport but did come from the factory with a V8 in it as noted by the Vin number which starts with 116. It now has a good running 1969 Model 350 Engine in it connected to a good shifting 350 Turbo Transmission. It has a Holley 4 barrel carb sitting on top of an Eldebrock intake. It has MSD Ignition. The body is nice and straight. The Yellow paint is good driver quality and shows well with a nice shine to it. The only rust I have seen on this car is on passenger side rear wheel area. The rest of body has no bubbling and the floor pans and trunk are really solid. The interior is in good condition with a bench seat and B&M floor shifter. The headliner is a little loose and could use tightening if you so desire. All the lights works including the inside light and dash lights. The wipers work as does the speedometer and gas gauge. The window trim looks good as do the bumpers. It has 165/80R15 tires on front with 225/70R15 on rear wrapped around nice Weld Wheels. This is a sharp Chevy II that could be driven just about anywhere I would think. It runs that good.