1966 Nova Super Sport

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Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Blue
Engine:LT1 350 Corvette Motor
Trim:Super Sport
Number of Cylinders:8
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This 1966 SS Chevy II Survivor is a real 11837 car withlots of upgrades and many new parts—a real beauty! High-gloss bright Marina Blue/blueinterior. LT1 350 HP Corvette motor, GMaluminum High-rise manifold. GM HEIignition system. Heavy duty, oversized“Be Cool” horizontal polished aluminum radiator with 16” 3000 CFM electric fanand chrome shroud. “Vintage” brand airconditioning & heat. Four-speedMuncie with Hurst shifter with heavy-duty hydraulic clutch. Sub-frame connectors, dual performanceexhaust system. 2” custom cowl hood withchrome hinges. Lots of dress-up chromeon the motor. Upgraded stereo withAlpine speakers and cassette player. Alltinted glass in great condition with stainless steel trim.
NewParts within the past 30 days include:
· Die-hardbattery & cables
· StainlessSteel emergency brake cables
· 10-bolt3:36 posi rear end
· Shocksfront and rear
· Powerfront disc brakes/power rear drum brakes
· Dualreservoir power brake booster with proportioning valve
· Powerrack & pinion steering
· Frontend lower control A arms
· 16-gallongas tank, sending unit, straps
· Electricfuel pump, fuel lines & filters
· StainlessSteel Ididit tilt steering column
· 14”wood & chrome custom steering wheel
· 100-ampchrome alternator
· Customfloor mats
· Customcar cover
· Customtrunk carpet kit
· 15”performance radial tires
· Computerizedfront end alignment
· ChromeEdlebrock carburetor
· Oilchange, filter & radiator flush, new antifreeze
· Blueinterior with bucket seats & console/headliner
· Beltsand hoses
· Wingwindows rubber molding and seals
15” American Racing Torque Thrust II polished alloywheels. Dual bow tie mirrors, has all itsSS badges and moldings.
1966 Chevy II Super Sport (Real 11837 Car)
This 56-year-old survivor boasts a rust-free body and chassis,and it was heavily undercoated when it was new—not many real ones left!
The average price of over eighty 1966/67 Novas advertised on nationwide sites is $67,450. This isa wayabove-average car. These cars are going up in value—it justneeds to be driven and enjoyed. Nearlyall new parts, and no work needed. Everything works (except for the 56-year-old clock!) Clean California title with currentregistration (1966 does not need smog). Third-party inspections welcome.
No trades—serious buyers only.

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