Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we start our 22nd year in the classic and muscle car business. When Chevrolet released their compact Chevy II/Nova in 1962 to compete with Ford’s Falcon, it didn’t take enthusiasts very long to embrace these versatile and lightweight cars. Chevy realized that they needed a more conventional design than the revolutionary rear engine, air-cooled Corvair after being trounced by the Falcon in the sales race. Chevy soon offered V8 engines in the Nova and these little overachievers have been building a fearsome reputation ever since.
This sweet Regal Red (R-R) 1966 Nova SS (11837) clearly demonstrates the ‘giant slayer’ attitude that enthusiasts admire.
Beneath the hood you’ll find a healthy 350 V8 with a Summit 4bbl carburetor, an Edelbrock aluminum intake manifold, and an aluminum radiator.
Additional features include power steering, power front disc brakes, automatic transmission, tubular steel A-arms, Rally wheels, front spoiler, console, custom gauges, custom steering wheel, and a newer radio.
The comfortable cabin impresses passengers with good carpet, upholstery, dash, gauges, and headliner.
Equally nice are the pans and chassis that are clearly visible in the images.
Whether you want to enjoy this cruiser as is, plan a full restoration, or build a Street Outlaw hunter, the versatility of this classic is sure to please. Baseball, hot dogs, and apple pie not included!
Location: Fredericksburg, Texas, United States
See listing: 1966 Chevrolet Nova Super Sport (from November 13, 2020)