This SS clone began its life as a 6-cylinder car but in appx.2000, a 350 crate motor was added. This has always been a CA car and it shows.The black paint looks great against the black vinyl interior and interior metal trim.The vinyl convertible top is still in great condition as well.
If you have been looking for a vintage convertible, this Nova is a great entry-level cruiser that you can drive anywhere comfortably. Even better, this one is fitted with a 4-speed transmission to make top down cruising even more fun.
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After the rear-engine Chevrolet Corvair was outsold by the conventional Ford Falcon in 1960, Chevrolet began work on a more conventional compact car that would eventually become the Nova.
For 1963, a new grille insert and additional trim spruced up the look for the compact 1963 Chevy II Nova which also now offered its own SS package as a new option for Nova 400 Convertibles and Sports Coupes. Sporting SS emblems, a silvery taillight panel, bright side molding, the SS option carried a additional price tag of $161.00 and could be packaged with the $42.00 14-inch wheel option with spinner hubcaps for a much sportier look. Novas could not "officially" be ordered with the V8 engines yet, as the standard SS engine was the six-cylinder although many ended up with a small-block V8 under the hood as it proved a mighty combination of power and light weight for many drag racers.
-info quoted from Oldride.com-
**Always a California Car
9 Years of Current Ownership
Originally a Six Cylinder Car
This Vehicle Is Located At Specialty SalesofSan Carlos
850 El Camino Real San Carlos, CA 94070
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