1966 Chevrolet Nova Pro Street Wagon. This car is completely custom and started off as a 4 door that was professionally transformed into a 2 door wagon and tubbed out then a roll cage was added. The paint theme is truly gorgeous with a two-toned Metallic Blue and Silver with Green and Orange painted on stripes. The offset Weld Racing rims wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires add to the style of this seriously sharp of Nova. This is one mean car that is set up to be the ultimate street beast. Powering this Chevy II is a Supercharged 372 CID V8 engine mated to a TCI Turbo 350 3-speed automatic transmission and pushing the power to the ground through a Dana 60 rear end with 3:73 gears. The car only has about 1500 miles driven since being completed and it’s just barely broken in.
The current owner did document the receipts from the very expensive drivetrain build to help show the quality of the components used. Some notable engine parts include a TBS Supercharger from The Blower Shop, Doug's Long Tube Headers, Aluminum radiator, electric fan, dual quad Holley Carburetors, Air Flow research valve covers, braded fuel lines, side exhaust system, and so much more! The interior is simple but complete with two sport bucket diamond stitch leather seats with 3 point harness seat belts, Hurst ratchet shifter, Carbon fiber wrapped roll cage and interior accents, a fire extinguisher, tilt steering wheel, battery box in rear, and the exposed fuel cell.
If you want something fast that can run on 93 pump gas or racing fuel, something that scares kids as you roll by, and something that turns heads anywhere it goes, look no further than this '66 Pro Street Wagon. This is an opportunity to own an incredible car at a fraction of the cost to build!