1964 Chevy Nova ***Make an Offer***

Price: US $14,000.00 Item location: Huntington Beach, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 37
  • Color: Burnt Orange and Off White
  • Engine size: sbc 350
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 2-door coupe
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1964 Chevrolet Nova

1964 Chevy Nova
I am relisting my 1964 Chevy Nova because the winner (agettys1989) of the last auction did not pay and stopped communicating with me. If you are not a serious buyer and making decisions on the fly, o not bid on my car. If you are looking for a perfect car, his is not it (especially for this price). I dropped the "Buy It Now" price $1,000 to make it a great deal and to do any necessary repairs. Hopefully this will make it a quick sale. I purchased the Nova from Colorado Springswith a 350 Motor, 50 Transmission andFord rear end with 373 gears & Disc brakes. It has the following:New interior ( buckskin color); New carpet (tan color); New custom gages; New painless wiring kit; New aluminum radiator; New brake booster and master cylinder; New 17" rims & tires; Newer custom paint; New weather stripping; New windshield; New front suspension kit (bushings, pper lower ball joints); New brakes and rotors & calipers, ew Battery, ew High Torque Starter; New Distributor cap, otor and coil.
Needs, adio, orn, nd a good tuning.The car drives, hifts and stops, ut could be better with some TLC. The alignment guy told me the front tires are a bit too wide and affects the steering. He alligned it to the specs (see the copy of the alignment sheet). There aresome chips in the paint on the roof top. This car was a race car before I got it, o the quarters were cut out for slicks, ut have been replaced with new ones. Front shock towers were cut and welded to hold a big block with fender well headers. Ican include an original 1964 front clip if the buyer desires to go in that direction. This carhas a sub-frame similar to aMustang front end, o there are many variations for this car, .e. tubular front end with coil overs (Classic Industries has some you can view on their website).
This would be anawesome father/son project. Once completed, his car will be worth a lot more than what you would need to invest into it. I have a lot of time and money in this car, ut is priced to sell fast.
The car is located and registeredin Huntington Beach, alifornia. I strongly suggest that any potential buyer view the car in person. Ihave been burned inthe past buying vehicles sightunseen. Please view all the pictures closely. I also added a video of the car. Cut and paste this extension on your browser https://youtu.be/-by1wdiVye0
Come see it in person and make me an offer.
Again, lease ask me everything and anything about the car and I will do my best to give you an answer in a timely manner.
Thanks for looking and...
Semper Fi!
On Oct-26-15 at 19:50:50 PDT, eller added the following information:

I tried posting this question to the listing, ut it didn't go through.I cut and pasted it to the revisions.I'm trying to post all questions just in case someone else has the same question. Good Luck...
Dear geoff2451,
The car idles nicely, ut sputters when your driving it. I adjusted the carb to the best of my abilities, ut I am not a mechanic. The timing is off as well, ut I didn't try adjusting it. That's what I meant by a "good tuning." I brought the car to an alignment shop (see pic). The mechanic told me it handles like an old car. The Nova does not handle like my 69 Vette's orig susp, ut that doesn't say much because I didn't like the way my Vette use to handle. When you hit a bump in the Nova it has the same bump steer issue my Vette previously had. That's when I decided I wanted to upgrade the front end and suspension. I currently have my Nova in my garage waiting for its turn because I am still working on my other car. I decided to sell because I don't see me finishing this Nova anytime soon. Overall, ith not a lot more investment, ou can have a really nice Nova that would perform nicely as well. If I do the upgrades to the Nova I will be asking a lot more for it. I hope I clarified your questions. Good Luck!
P.S.
I forgot to mention the Nova needs a horn. Not a biggie, ut I forgot to mention it.
- semperfi!


From: geoff2451
To: semperfi!
Subject: Other: geoff2451 sent a message about Chevrolet : Nova #281837972683
Sent Date: Oct-26-15 13:03:44 PDT
Dear semperfi!,
Hi.... you said it 'Needs a GOOD TUNING".... what is it doing or not doing?.... is it safe to drive?.... is there any handling or front suspension problems?
thanks
- geoff2451