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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Nova
SubModel: Chevy II Restomod Wagon
Type: Wagon
Doors: 5
Year: 1963
Mileage: 75,437
Color: Other
Engine: 350 V8 Crate
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1963 Chevrolet Nova Additional Info:

With a rarity only second to the convertible version, a 1963 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova wagon is the perfect candidate for restomod customization. With amazing paint, a powerful crate V8, updated interior, and upgraded suspension, this one has left its family hauler days in the rear view mirror.Turning grocery-getters into go-fact machines is an art. The best way erase the suburban blues is by investing in a bold red. But more than just color, the canvas has to be at its best, so there's plenty spent in making the sheetmetal look great. Arguably the Nova's angular style offers the best-looking wagon of the mid-60s, and it has a stance that's perfect for an aggressive update. Only adding to the mystique are the mirror-like chrome bumpers, clean grille design, and a set of iconic American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. Plus, you're going to love all the details, from the tinted windows, to the racing flag emblems, to the custom cowl hood.The tan interior is beautifully customized, starting with a set of comfortable cloth bucket seats with arm rests for long haul usability. The rear keeps a nod to the family hauler past by retaining the easy to clean vinyl. The total package coordinates very nicely with the seats matching the custom door panels and new carpeting. Some of the upgrades are quite obvious like the classic Chevy performance three-spoke steering wheel, auxiliary gauge package, and the large tach. Other upgrades like modern insulation IS hidden under the carpet, but you'll certainly appreciate it on those times when you want to be shielded from the enhanced rumble that begins under the hood.The engine bay holds your favorite upgrade. In 1963, Chevrolet was still a few years away from installing a V8 in the Chevy II, but this one surpasses even its successors. That's a 350 cubic-inch crate motor filling the engine bay. The small block V8 looks great with the dark valve covers and headers matching the painted fender walls. It gives bold elements like the tidy red plug wires a chance to really standout. But more than just look good, this motor has 290 hp out of the box. Plus, it has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, aluminum radiator, and long tube headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. And more than just the motor has been upgraded. The TH350 three-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt to include a shift kit, and it feeds a rebuilt rear end. Plus, the front suspension has been upgraded with a Classic Performance Products setup that includes tubular A-arms, sway bar, and quick ratio power steering.This is the perfect classic. After all, you'll convince everyone that you bought a versatile family vehicle with plenty of cargo space. But really it's the small block power and performance suspension that sold you. Since you're not the only one who would like to disguise his dream car as a practical classic, you should hurry and call today!