1966 Chevrolet Nova SS L79 Matching Numbers Bondo Free Never Cut
CRUISIN CLASSICS is pleased to offer for your consideration a rare opportunity in the form of a 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS "L79". This Stunning Classic underwent a nut and bolt restoration in 2004 and has had very limited use since. Repainted in correct original Madeira Maroon (Paint code "N-N") over perfect original sheet metal. This investment grade car retains its original quarter panels, floor pans, as well as trunk floor. This car has never been cut on, the only sheet metal change made was 2 NOS "GM" front fenders. Powered by the original numbers matching 327ci/350hp (See photos) sitting in a highly detailed engine bay and backed by a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission (trans has a 1965 casting number and NO vin, possible warranty replacement?). The rear end is a 12 bolt and we just installed a new posi unit with correct 3.55 gears. The L79 engine was the most powerful non fuel injected small block built by Chevrolet and is easily identified by its exclusive dual-snorkel chrome air breather, holley 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake with chromed turbo-fire valve covers. The interior is found to be in excellent condition as well, the seats, door panels, dash pad, headliner as well as carpet are all extremely nice and free of any rips or tears. The only visible wear or age is some minor pitting on the original center console, the previous owner wanted to keep the car as original as possible during the restoration and did not replace the console.
1966 Chevrolet Nova SS by Duffy's Collectible Cars
1966 Chevrolet Nova SS. This is a real 11837 Nova SS V8 finished in original Tuxedo Black code A with a Red vinyl interior code 756. It is powered by a correct 66 275 horse 327 code ZA rebuilt to L79 350 horse specs and a Muncie 4 speed transmission with a 4:10 12 Bolt Posi rearend. Under the hood you will find a correct dual snorkel air breather and valve covers along with power steering. Inside accenting the superb red interior is a full console with chrome face along with a correct shifter with Chrome Ball and Lockout and the shifter even has all the factory covers at its base. There is a very detailed photo accounting of the restoration along with the remnants of a build sheet and lots of factor original point of purchase brochures. The wheels are painted steel with correct dog dish hubcaps with BF Goodrich Silvertown black wall bias ply tires. There is a correct AM radio in the dash and full sized spare in the detailed trunk. The engine bay is very clean and shows very little use.