This 1962 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova has been beautifully customized, both inside and out, and has southern history. Debuting to the public on September 29, 1961, the Chevy II was a completely new line for Chevrolet. Designed to compete with the popular Ford Falcon and the rising popularity of fuel efficient imports, the Chevy II was an instant success for Chevrolet with the GM marque producing over 325,000 units in the first year for the economical compact car. The Chevy II was essentially .....
Chevrolet's second attempt at an entry level car after its European-inspired Corvair proved to be more expensive than the Falcon. Unlike the Corvair, the Chevy II was unmistakably American with a front-engine and clean American style. Sitting atop of the Chevy II hierarchy was the Series 400 Nova, which featured more luxurious interiors, a bit more exterior trim, along with a few extra goodies. This particular Nova comes to us from a southern based collector who owned the car for 33 years and cared for it dearly. A 350 Cubic Inch V8 crate engine paired with an Edelbrock single 4 barrel carburetor provides a stout powerplant to this compact Chevrolet. A TH350 Automatic transmission is mated to the NOM 350 Chevy V8 and ensures that anybody can take this Nova for a spin around the block. The TH350 is shifted using a B&M Shifter which gives the car a true muscle car feel. Exhaust exits the 350 V8 via a dual exhaust setup that gives this Chevy II a nice throaty sound. This Nova rides on a set of Crager Chrome Wheels with P235/60R14 radial tires that give the car a great look and even better ride. The exterior has been refinished in a beautiful Kustom Brandywine Kandy basecoat/clearcoat that completes the exterior look of the car. The interior is nicely customized as well. The front bucket seats and rear bench seat have been reupholstered in Burgundy Vinyl with diamond-stitched velour inserts. The door panels match the seating upholstery scheme of this Nova with diamond-stitched velour. The steering wheel is an upgraded sport-style wheel with silver spokes, adding to the tasteful custom interior look of the car. The dash retains a mostly stock appearance though with a few mild upgrades. The Dakota Digital instrumentation cluster features a 160 MPH speedometer, a 8,000 RPM tachometer, an oil pressure gauge, a temperature gauge, a volt gauge, and fuel gauge, along with a digital displays for the odometer and clock. The original radio has also been upgraded to an AM/FM/Cassette system so that you can listen to all of your tunes while cruising down the road. Whether you're adding to your classic car collection or you're buying your first classic car, this 1962 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova would make a wonderful choice. Give us a call today!
*350 Cu. In. V8 Crate Engine
*Edelbrock Single 4 Barrel Carburetor
*TH350 Automatic Transmission
*Radial Tires on Crager Wheels
*Same Owner for 33 Years
*Custom Brandywine Kandy Exterior
*Custom Burgundy Velour/Vinyl Bucket Seats
*AM/FM/Cassette Entertainment System
*Dakota Digital VHX Instrumentation
*Odometer Reads: 248 Miles
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