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Make: Chevrolet
Model: Nova
SubModel: Chevy II Wagon
Type: Wagon
Trim: Chevy II Wagon
Doors: 4
Year: 1966
Mileage: 15113
VIN: 113356W170210
Color: Yellow
Engine: 327 CI
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1966 Chevrolet Nova Chevy II Wagon Additional Info:

We love Novas because they have a sleeper style that can still fit serious power under the hood. So it only gets amplified on a cool custom wagon like this 1966 Chevy II Nova. Because while others enjoy the surf wagon looks, you'll be passing them all with small block power and four-on-the-floor.
Turning grocery-getters into go-fast machines is an art. And we love it rendered in a shade like this that's close to Chevy's Lemonwood Yellow. A more modern application means you get plenty of gloss and shine, but the understated color lets the hardware underneath do all the talking. Then again, this one does leave a few extra hints at its performance nature with the cowl hood, Super Sport badging on every side, and 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels. But really, we just think people will be drawn to the bright chrome bumpers and cool surf wagon-style stickers. It lures them closer before the rumble of the exhaust scares them away.
The black interior is nicely customized starting with a set of comfortable cloth bucket seats with a cup holder armrest for long haul usability. The rear keeps a nod to the family hauler past by retaining the full width bench. Because this is a car you'll want to share with family and friends, there are features to keep them entertained like an AM/FM/CD stereo and cold air conditioning. But the best treats are reserved just for you. The dual-spoke sports steering wheel gives you a clear view of the auxiliary gauges and the large tach. Plus, the cool flaming dice topper is your gateway to the performance stick shift.
While there have been plenty of great new features on this car, we know the engine bay holds your favorite upgrade. Novas are great because this is where Chevrolet learned how to drop V8 power into a small package. In '66 the largest motor available was a 327 cubic-inch small block. This wagon pays tribute that history, but it takes advantages of plenty of modern performance upgrades, too. This includes a four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, aluminum radiator, and a set of headers that add power as they contribute to the rumble of the dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over the V8 and its growl thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with a sway bar and disc brakes up front as well as traction bars in the rear, this surf wagon has the right equipment to always be the first one at the beach.
This is the perfect sensible and affordable 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 stick-shift that sold you. Since you're not the only one who would like to disguise a dream car as a practical classic, you should hurry and call today!