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1966 Nova SS - 8 second street car
Back half pro street car from upstate NY. Best ET = 8.68 @ 156 1/4 mi. / 5.55 @ 126 1/8 mi. Zero to 60 MPH in less than 2.5 seconds. Approximately 950 flywheel horsepower through the mufflers. Mickey Thompson 13 x 31 ET Street Tires. Dynomax 3" welded race mufflers. 434 small block by Chris Yates. TH400 full manual trans w/ ATI 9" converter. Dana 60 w/ 4.10 gears and ladder bars. Street driven. (Plates removed to protect the guilty!)





1966 Nova Pro Street
66 nova alstin chassis 502 BB carbon fiber seats, dash and gauges. 20"x16" rear Billit Specialities 18"x7" front NOS00 trans brake strange 9" 4:11 gears





135300 / 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/ndkwumt As you all know, your friends at RK Motors Charlotte take pride in specializing in rare and hard to find classics. And that's why we're proud to feature this fully documented, registry-listed L79 Nova. Wrapping a numbers-matching drivetrain in correct Marina Blue on Black aesthetics, this highly original wonder transforms the phrase "investment grade compact" from oxymoron into fact! BODYWORK/TRIM The beneficiary of a partial restoration that was conducted in the mid '90s, this Nova is a sharp weekend cruiser that currently presents much better than original factory fodder. During the car's precise reboot, solid sheetmetal was completely striped of its dull, original pigment. With that shell removed, and its foundation massaged into great alignment, correct Marina Blue base was sealed in mirror-like clear. And today, one close look at our high-resolution pictures reveals a handsome payoff in the form of one slick Chevrolet muscle car! ENGINE Motivating this real-deal Super Sport is a 1966-exclusive L79 V8 that, according to the factory, twists stout 11 to 1 compression into 350 Corvette-matching horsepower. Savvy collectors will quickly locate the original 327's correct 3791362 casting number, correct ø7[ZIø7[ suffix stamp and matching partial VIN. Casual observers will be quick to notice the mill's L79-exclusive polished, twin-snorkel air cleaner. And everyone will start to vibe when air and fuel flow from a big Holley carburetor in to a hot Winters intake that's framed by high-flow cylinder heads! That air/fuel mixture meets spark thanks to Packard TV R Suppression Cables, which crawl around polished valve covers on their way to a correct points distributor. Spent gases fall in to old school cast iron Exhaust manifolds. And a tagged radiator that joins a rebuilt alternator, a rebuilt master cylinder and a reproduction Delco battery to round out the car's first-rate ancillaries. DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Power flows through an original Muncie 4-speed, which hangs a Muncie (P) assembled on March (03) 18th (18) 1966 build stamp behind a correct 3885010 casting number. That transmission twists a correct 12-bolt axle. Holding that virtually unbreakable drivetrain off the ground is a restored double A-arm front and leaf spring rear suspension. Stops come courtesy of manual drum brakes. Exhaust flows from the aforementioned manifolds to modern, aluminized pipes, which precede DynoMax Super turbo mufflers with an H-shaped crossover. And all that old school Americana rolls on traditional Chevrolet Rallies, which spin F70-14 Firestone redlines around polished trim rings and low profile center caps. INTERIOR Regardless of what motor made its way in to the subframe, the Nova always stayed true to its simplistic roots. No place was that more evident than in the car's cockpit. Front and center, nicely restored thrones provide seating. A showroom-quality dash balances rebuilt gauges between a correct Delco pushbutton radio and an original, Maine-mandated 4-way flasher switch. Beneath that dash, a Corvette-style shifter rides a chrome-trimmed console, which floats on like-new carpet that's protected by color-keyed floor mats. And in front of the driver, a wide steering wheel laps a polished, ø7[CHEVY IIø7[ branded horn bar. So there you have it: a rare, fully documented piece of Chevrolet history that features an original, '66-exclusive powertrain. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.





135866 / 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS
http://www.rkmotorscharlotte.com/sales/inventory/active/1966%20Chevrolet%20 Nova%20SS/135866 Wrapping a numbers-matching drivetrain in correct turquoise on turquoise aesthetics, this MacNeish-certified Nova transforms the phrase "investment grade compact" from oxymoron into fact! The beneficiary of a detailed rotisserie restoration that was completed in late 2015, this Nova is a sharp weekend cruiser that currently presents much better than original factory fodder. During the car's precise reboot, solid sheetmetal was completely striped of its dull, original pigment. With that shell removed, and its foundation massaged into great alignment, correct Tropic Turquoise base was sealed in mirror-like clear. And today, one close look at our high-resolution photos reveals a handsome payoff in the form of one slick Chevrolet muscle car! Even if you forget everything else we tell you about this Chevy II, be sure to pay VERY close attention to what's under the car's hood. Motivating this real-deal Super Sport is a 1966-exclusive L79 V8 that, according to the factory, twists stout 11 to 1 compression into 350 Corvette-matching horsepower. Power flows through an original Muncie M20 4-speed, which twists an original 12-bolt axle that’s finished with correct 3.31 gears and a correct posi-traction differential. Holding that virtually unbreakable drivetrain off the ground is a restored double A-arm front and leaf spring rear suspension. Stops come courtesy of manual drum brakes. And all that old school Americana rolls on painted steelies, which spin 6.95-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown 660 whitewalls around polished Super Sport hub caps. So there you have it: a rare, fully documented piece of Chevrolet history that features an original, ’66-exclusive powertrain. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.




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