1964 Chevy Chevy I I - $65,000.00

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1964 Chevy Chevy I I 1964 Chevrolet Chevy II
1964 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Custom


The Nova was actually first introduced in 1962 as the Chevy II.  These cars were built on the X body platform and it wasn't until 1969 that they were referred to as the Nova.  They were built to compete with the Falcon and even had that same competing body styles like the Sedan, Convertible, Wagon and Hardtop.  The Chevy II you are checking out here started life back in 64 but has undergone a huge evolution over time.  The original build was a 3 year process done a little over 10 years ago.  Since then it has evolved further being fine tuned into the custom street machine it is today.  It is basically new from top to bottom with new sheet metal eliminating any concern for rust or previous body repair.  Every nut and bolt on the car is new as well.  The result is a 64 Chevy II that runs and is actually much tighter and nicer than new.  We aren't hating on the original factory line but lets face it, they were cranking these cars out as fast as possible.  This one however has been tediously built making sure everything is perfect and as nice as possible.  Whether you are cruising down the road or sitting in a parking lot the car always draws a crowd and turns heads wherever it goes.  We aren't sure if its the beautiful Blue Pearl Metallic paint or the ear catching rumble that grabs their attention so we will let you be the judge of that.  Whatever it is, this is the type of car that demands to be looked at. This is a very high end build with no corners cut anywhere and seeing it in person plus cruising around the block will do nothing but confirm that.  Check out the following tables to get a complete breakdown of all the high quality components used in its construction. 
 


Body/Chassis

Paint DuPont Chroma Premier - Blue Pearl Metallic

New Fiberglass Hood

New Fiberglass Bumpers

All Steel body

New Quarters, Fenders, and Door Skins

Heidts Front Sub frame

Competition Engineering Rear Sub Frame and Chassis-Ladder Bars

QA1 Rear Coil-Overs

Roll cage by Competition Engineering

Power Rack and Pinion Steering

Power Brakes 11" disc

New Heater Core

Custom Painted Fuel Cell 18 gallon

New Windshield and Quarter Glass



Engine/Transmission

Built by Anthony’s Girard, Ohio

383 Stroker Full Roller Motor 11% under Driven / 10psi Boost

Keith Black 8.9 to 1 pistons

Summit steel crank

H beam Rods

Competition Custom Ground Roller Cam 575/242

Cloyes Roller Timing Chain

Trick Flow 195 cc Heads with updated springs

Harland Sharp roller rockers and Moroso stud girdle

Weiand 671 Supercharger

Custom one-off Fuel Injection: 2X 4150 FAST Throttle Bodies

FAST XFI 2.0 computer / Professionally tuned

MagnaFuel 625 EFI Fuel Pump

MagnaFuel Filter / ProStar Regulator

All Aeroquip fuel lines and fittings

FAST Dual-Sync billet distributor

2-Bar MAP / Real time Wide Band tuning

Weiand linkage

MSD 6A box

Summit Aluminum Water Pump

Summit Aluminum Radiator / Mechanical fan

Runs cool in the TX heat

Chrome 80 amp alternator

Chrome Power steering pump

Hooker Headers Ceramic coated with 3" outlets

3" Flow Masters and coated exhaust

T56- 6 speed with Line Lock

Hydraulic Actuated Center force Clutch with 40 lb. fly wheel

Aluminum 5' Custom drive shaft



Rear End

9" ford with 456 posi

Strange Nodular Center

Detroit Soft Locker

Moser Axles 35 spine

Rear QA1 Coil Over’s



As you can see not a single component was left untouched during the build and only top of the line parts were used throughout.  It runs down the road extremely well and is a car you can hop in and take everywhere.  A lot of times people see blowers and pro street which leads them to believe you have to tune on them all the time.  That is absolutely not the case though.  When built right these cars are created for optimal performance and a car like this needs very little maintenance. It has an excellent stance and sits on Centerline Warrior Wheels with Mickey Thompson 31x18.5 Pro Street Radials wrapped around the back.


The biggest downfall we have seen on a lot of pro street cars is they seem to start skimping on the quality when it comes to the interior.  That couldn't be farther from the truth on this hot rod.  Just as much care was put into building a beautiful interior as there was creating horsepower.  It was completed by Portage Trim out of Ohio.  The high bucket leather seats, nicely upholstered rear tubs and custom center console all add to the look of this high end custom.  It is all very well designed and is in excellent condition.  The dash is painted to match the body and features Autometer gauges, custom gauge pods, a cool center mounted digital tach with shift light and all chrome knobs, switches.  The tilt column was also painted to match the body and is topped off with a Billet wheel.  The electrical is all working properly and was entirely redone with a 18 circuit Kwik Wire harness. 


With all of the features packed into this car there is no doubting we have left something out.  Pro Touring, Pro Street, Hot Rod....No matter what you want to call it this is one of the nicest custom Chevy IIs/Nova out there. 


You couldn't come close to building a custom like this for our asking price of $65,000.00!






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