1962 Chevrolet Nova Pro Street Drag Car Chassisworks 4-link No Reserve
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Nova
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Nova
- Year: 1962
- Mileage: 0
- VIN: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: No Motor
- Drive type: No Transmission Want to buy? Contact seller!
1962 Chevrolet NovaFor Sale is my 1962 Chevrolet Nova Pro Street or Drag Car. I don't have a title for this car, ut it does have vin and body tags. I never got a title because I was just going to drag race it. If you wanted to put the car back on the street I think a cheap rusted parts car would be a perfect way to get everything you need to get it street legal. Paint job is very nice and really bright. Looks awesome in the sun!! Four wheel disk brakes, ilwood in the rear and ssbc dual piston calipers in the front. New front coil springs and 3-way adjustable shocks. Rear suspension is Chris Alston chassisworks 4-link. Narrowed ford 9" with 4:56 gears and a spool. The hard work is all done, ut the roll bar has bad welds on it that need to be redone, ook at pictures. I was planning to put a better cage in the car. I removed a panel in the trunk because it needed to be replaced anyways and to see the rear suspension. No motor or transmission what you see in pictures is what I have for the car except I do have the center caps for the rear rims. Rear rims are weld pro stars and front are forged weld racing rims. Rear tires are 31" x 16.5" and rear tubs could fit a tire 3-4" wider with different rims if you wanted. Bumpers, oor handles, nd rear trim are all brand new. NO RESERVE bid with confidence I have 100% feedback. Please ask any questions and I will reply as soon as possible. Thank You and good luck bidding.
On Oct-23-15 at 07:22:05 PDT, eller added the following information:
There has been many questions about the vin# it is 20437N211019 Also the condition of the body and rust. There is one bubble on hood look at new pictures, nd a couple paint chips, ut this overall is a very good paint job. I couldn't see anyone being disappointed with the paint or body of the car.