1966 Nova SS 383 5 speed, 12 bolt posi, for sale! 30K$
66 Nova with xr294hr cam
66 nova with xr294hr cam, 355, aluminum AFR 195 eliminator heads, 11:1
comp., AED 750 HO carb., less than 10 miles and still tuning but close!
Just started and idling cold. It idles a little faster once it warms up.
132362 / 1966 Chevy Nova SS
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Sleepers are some of our favorite cars here at RK Motors Charlotte because
they represent ingenuity and craftsmanship designed to put big horsepower in an anonymous
package. For your consideration, we submit this very clean 1966 Chevy Nova
SS hardtop in period-correct turquoise paint, which is powered by a blown
L82 small block under the hood. Is it fast? What do you think?
Actually, the color is code FF Marina Blue, and it's exactly the last color
that you'd expect to eat your lunch at the stop light grand prix. Whose
grandmother didn't have a car that looked just like this? That's the
secret, of course, and your eyes glance over this car but don't linger,
which is just how the sleeper likes it. The handsome lines of the Nova were
typical '60s conservative, and just because they've become popular doesn't
mean they're any more noticeable today than they were forty-five years ago.
Panel gaps are good, but not too good, and the finish is nice, but not too
nice. There's much more to keeping a low profile than factory colors and a
nondescript body style.
The big investment was made on this car is all under the skin. The engine
is a 350 cubic inch L82 small block with four-bolt mains for durability and
a set of reworked aluminum heads to save weight. The dominant feature under
the hood, however, is the massive Vortech Supercharger perched up high and force-feeding the
engine up to 5 pounds of Boost.
Combined with 8.5:1 compression, it makes for a ferocious street piece
that's quick under all circumstances. You'll find yourself riding a wave of
supercharged torque that feels endless, and it hurls the lightweight car
forward like a catapult on the USS Nimitz. The engine bay is clean and tidy
like the rest of the car, with a minimum of flash. Sure, there are some
cool black valve covers with red Chevrolet emblems, and some aircraft
quality lines feeding the fuel system, but otherwise the investment is all
in the hardware, making this one quick, nasty little Nova.
This is also an original 4-speed car, and it still carries a freshly
rebuilt Muncie M20 behind the engine. In back, it has been upgraded with a
bulletproof 12-bolt full of 4.10 gears on a Posi limited slip, which surely
deserve some of the credit for this car's astounding acceleration. The
chassis is extremely clean, and the work is only two years old, so there
are few signs of road use since it was completed. The front suspension
components have been powder coated for long-term durability and the entire
fuel system has been rebuilt from front to back, including a return line to
accommodate the Supercharger's varying
fuel needs. Up front there are disc brakes to ensure that it stops as well
as it goes, and it rolls on a set of handsome Rally wheels. Finishing off
the sleeper look are a set of redline radials which look vintage but grip
like modern tires, giving you another advantage.
According to the cowl tag, this was also an original bucket seat car, and
it has been fully restored in correct code 737 bright blue. Stock condition
means no raised eyebrows from competitors, but it also means this car is
nicely finished with no questionable modifications. In fact, the only
changes to the interior are a set of auxiliary gauges hanging under the
dash, including one for keeping an eye on the Supercharger's Boost. The seat covers, door panels,
headliner, and dash pad are all new and look fantastic in the Marina Blue
coupe. There's also a factory-issued center console housing the shifter for
the 4-speed manual underneath, and the original AM radio with rear speaker
remains in the dash.
How cool is it to have a restored Nova SS packing a big horsepower supercharged
engine that remains completely invisible most of the time? The workmanship
throughout this car is excellent, and you can show it with pride just about
anywhere. Nova fans will appreciate its basic goodness, but you'll have to
decide each time you show it whether to give away its secrets. If that's
your idea of a good time, we have your car. Call today!
1966 Nova Pro Street 1
1966 Nova Pro Street 502 BBC 400 turbo
with break Ford 9" Strange axles Wilwood Brakes Carbon Fiber Seats, gauges
and dash Billit Specialities 20"x15 rear 18"x7 front MT radials Air Ride
Tech Alston front and Rear chassis
1963 Twin Turbo Nova Goldieloxx the Super Sleeper Built Bobby Brown Project X
This is a 1963 Nova. Twin turbo, 350
small block. Granny look with monster power. The car is pretty basic on
the outside, vicious under the hood. The engine is entirely. Custom Built
by Bobby Brown, Project X. Bobby can custom build most anything, street
cars, rat rods, etc. Thanks for viewing my video. Look to see more
Project X videos soon.
1966 Chevrolet Nova SS for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
Check out this build! Tubular TCI front end w/ close ratio rack + pinion
steering, power 4 wheel disc brakes, Flaming River billet steering column,
air-conditioning, Kenwood digital sound w/ CD, built Chevrolet w/ trick
flow heads, 5-speed close ratio trans, Ford 9 w/ 3.50 , mirror finish Regal
red paint, deluxe SS black bucket seat interior, full factory gauges, 15
rally wheels w/ BFG radial T/As, great sounding ceramic coated dual Exhaust, beautifully done car.
66 Nova with Comp Cams XR294HR cam and Pypes Violators
Same nova as my first video but this is after I finished rebuilding the
transmission, put in an 8" ATI 4200 flash converter, Strange axles and 4.11
gears. Just changed the mufflers and went from Pypes Street Pros to Pypes
Violators. Love the sound. No drone, louder at idle, nice crisp idle and
acceleration. The video doesn't do the sound justice. A little louder at
idle and sounds mean when you step on it. Not too loud in the car though,
still carry on a conversation fine. As you can tell, it was cold here