1963 Nova SS Convertible "One Rare Nova!"
Beautifully restored and rare 1963 Chevrolet Nova SS Convertible! This car
is a real SS with the 14" original wheels, updated front disc brakes,
freshly rebuilt original inline 6 cylinder, rebuilt transmission, new
interior, new top, new floor pans, OEM quarter panels, new cowl hood, new
trunk lid, new door skins, bumpers, front suspension, and DuPont paint!
This car has been rotisserie restored and is one of the nicest you can
find! A Super Sport option (RPO-Z03) first became available on the Chevy II
Nova 400 line in 1963. This was the only year that Chevrolet built a
"drop-top" Nova SS, because it discontinued the convertible body style on
Novas in 1964. This made the 1963 convertible SS one of the most valuable
Novas, even though it only came with the 194-ci 6 cylinder. Please, call
800-231-3616 for additional details.
My 1969 Chevy Nova Project - First Drive After Rebuild. Sweet!
This is my Budget 1969 Chevy Nova Project. I've been working on her pretty
steady for the last two years. She's got a 327 with 2.02 double hump
heads, Edelbrock Tunnel Ram, Dual 600 cfm Carbs, Solid Cam, 11:1 TRW
Pistons, Hooker Headers, MSD Ignition, Super T-10 Close Ratio 4 Speed and
12 Bolt Positraction Rear end w/4.88 Gears. This is my very first drive
and I couldn't be Happier!
I'm looking forward to taking her to the Drag Strip, Car Shows and just
Cruising around town.
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YAMAHA XS650 Dragster project begins
XS 650 Yamaha twin gets a chance to live again. I rolled it into the garage
today and tore it down to evaluate the needs. Trying to keep a balance on
staying close to the period while doing the work. Clean it up some but
leave a little character too. Been sitting since the mid 80s, lots of time
spent stored sitting so most all chrome is gone. Motor spins, no surprises
so far. Looks promising. Previous owner raced it in West Palm Beach,
Florida at Moroso Speedway during the 80s. Time to fly again.
New Stage6 Development Project, fitted with 2x R/T 70cc cylinder kits...
first try out.
Hope to see it in action at scooter-weekend 2009 !