66 nova restomod

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1966 Chevrolet Nova Resto Mod

  • Engine
    LS1
  • Trans
    6-Speed
  • Color
    White
  • Interior
    Red

Estimate

$90,000 - $125,000

Highlights

  • LS1 V-8 engine
  • 6-speed transmission
  • Ceramic coated headers
  • Exhaust carbon fiber 9 inch rear housing
  • Carbon fiber upper and lower control arms
  • 4 Link bars
  • Pro Touring set-up
  • Tube chassis
  • Wilwood 4-wheels disc brakes
  • Custom cowl hood and engine cover
  • Custom Red leather interior
  • Power front bucket seats
  • Power steering and windows
  • Flush mounted front and rear glass
  • 1959 Chevrolet dash
  • Vintage Air
  • Tilt steering column
  • Dakota digital dash
  • Hidden remote control stereo
  • Carbon fiber look steering wheel and instruments
  • Tinted glass
  • Finished trunk compartment
  • Billet Specialties 10-spoke wheels
  • Low profile Redline tires
  • LS1 V-8 engine
  • 6-speed transmission
  • Ceramic coated headers
  • Exhaust carbon fiber 9 inch rear housing
  • Carbon fiber upper and lower control arms
  • 4 Link bars
  • Pro Touring set-up
  • Tube chassis
  • Wilwood 4-wheels disc brakes
  • Custom cowl hood and engine cover
  • Custom Red leather interior
  • Power front bucket seats
  • Power steering and windows
  • Flush mounted front and rear glass
  • 1959 Chevrolet dash
  • Vintage Air
  • Tilt steering column
  • Dakota digital dash
  • Hidden remote control stereo
  • Carbon fiber look steering wheel and instruments
  • Tinted glass
  • Finished trunk compartment
  • Billet Specialties 10-spoke wheels
  • Low profile Redline tires

Extensively modified for a modern driving experience with classic looks, this 1966 Chevrolet Nova Resto Mod features a number of unique design and engineering modifications to create a truly one-off vehicle that is certain to boggle the senses. Powered by an LS1 V-8 engine with headers and dual exhaust, a 6-speed transmission sends power to the rear wheels wrapped in low-profile redline tires. Built on a tube chassis, control and drivability were paramount in the construction of the Nova, which is complete with Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes. The body appears relatively stock, except for the custom-built cowl hood and flush-mounted front and rear glass. Nighttime driving should be a snap, thanks to the LED-crowned headlights. Under the hood, the appearance is staggering with a finished engine bay, custom engine cover and a detailed and appointed engine, lending a stunningly clean look. The white paint contrasts well with the tinted glass while providing a sharp backdrop for the minimal amount of brightwork appearing on the car. The bright red interior has been vastly upgraded with power front bucket seats, Vintage Air, a custom center console with integrated power-window buttons and cup holders, hidden remote-controlled stereo system, tilt steering column topped with a carbon-fiber-looking steering wheel, and the dashboard from a 1959 Chevrolet featuring custom gauges. The trunk is well finished too, in matching red and upholstered with carpeting appointed with polished floor strips. Billet Specialties 10-spoke wheels set off the entire look, allowing the big brakes to standout while providing a little more brightwork for the otherwise all-white exterior. All things told, this Resto Mod Nova is one of those fantastic moments when an array of modern accoutrements and methods come together to enhance a classically styled car to create a vehicle built to be enjoyed.

Information found on the website is presented as advance information for the auction lot. Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Mecum Auction does not verify, warrant or guarantee this information. The lot and information presented at auction on the auction block supersedes any previous descriptions or information. Mecum is not responsible for information that may be changed or updated prior to the auction. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the lot at the auction site prior to the auction.

Information found on the website is presented as advance information for the auction lot. Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Mecum Auction does not verify, warrant or guarantee this information. The lot and information presented at auction on the auction block supersedes any previous descriptions or information. Mecum is not responsible for information that may be changed or updated prior to the auction. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the lot at the auction site prior to the auction.

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1966 Chevrolet Nova LS Resto Mod – Bright Red

SOLD!!!

LS1 fuel injected engine (casting # 12550592). 4L60E Automatic 4 speed OD transmission. Posi-trac rear end with 3.73 gears. Painted Bright Red exterior. Tan Power bucket seat interior. Wilwood master cylinder with 4 wheel Drilled / Slotted brakes. Power Rack & Pinion steering. Aftermarket Vintage Air A/C. Flowmaster dual exhaust with headers. 4 wheel coil-over suspension. Chrome Tubular A-arms. Chrome front sway bar. 4 link suspension. Sub-frame connectors. Aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Polished compressor, alternator, and pulleys. Billet hood hinges. Smoothed / Slicked / Painted firewall & engine compartment. Carbon Fiber designed engine cover. Stainless tilt column with Leather half wrapped steering wheel. Carbon Fiber designed dash bezel equipped with AutoMeter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauge package. Custom finished out interior to include full center console, headliner, door panels with wrapped interior handles, wrapped dash pad, painted to match dash, and carpeted trunk. Power 4 windows. Remote driver-side mirror. Custom Autosound AM/FM stereo with kick-panel / rear package tray speakers. Shaved door handles / shaved deck lid with electric remote pop. Slicked emblems. Dual painted sport mirrors. Cowl hood. Billet grille with custom hood release. 17″ Front / 18″ Rear US Mag wheels.

Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any 1966 Chevrolet Nova for sale in our inventory. Don’t miss out on this turn key ready fuel injected Nova for SOLD!!!

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1966 Chevrolet Nova

To be OFFERED AT AUCTION at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale event, April 1-3, 2016.

Chassis No.
115376N172480

Estimate:
$ 75,000 - $ 85,000 US

With over $150,000 invested ($15,000 in paint alone) in a “restomod” restoration that was completed in 2014; this Chevy II Nova has been driven less than 2,000 miles since the work was completed. It is generously powered with a “NASCAR-style” 388-cid, V-8 engine that produces a very robust 600-hp to the rear wheels. The Turbo 400 automatic transmission has a B&M Pro ratchet-shifter.

The car is reported to have a “fully tubed chassis,” with a “hoist frame” and is “mini-tubbed in the rear.” The engine bay and the associated componentry is executed in a very tidy fashion; the car has a very attractive and business-like stance and is accented with custom five-spoke wheels with spinner centers. Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes handle the stopping duties. The interior is very cleanly presented with bucket seats and provides the comfort of air conditioning.
1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Restomod Sport Coupe

Sours: https://www.classicdriver.com/en/car/chevrolet/nova/1966/366411
1966 Chevrolet Nova Resto Mod

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What do you do when you have a classic muscle car, but you want it to perform like a modern muscle car on the street, race track, and drag strip? The answer is simple: blend the two categories together. Pro-touring is a style of resto-mod that some consider the ultimate fusion of old and new elements. This heavily-modified 1966 Nova from Full Throttle Restoration is a prime example of this type of build.

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The second you see this Nova, you'll know it's not stock. The wide, tucked wheels and lowered stance are dead giveaways of this fact. Full Throttle Restoration in Costa Mesa, CA made some substantial changes to the chassis and suspension system to achieve this. The car has Heidt's independent front and rear suspension, a RideTech air-ride coilover system with an Accuair electronic ride height controller, and Wilwood big brakes.

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The body retains its classic appearance, with original-style reproduction panels, bumpers, grille, lighting, and trim. The sheetmetal has been painted in metallic grey, an elegant color that accentuates the beautiful 1960s styling while contrasting with the aggressive, modern stance.

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Of course, as is usually the case with pro-touring builds, the powertrain is also far from stock. Full Throttle dropped in a brand-new 427ci LS3 crate motor from BluePrint Engines, which produces a whopping 625 horsepower. It's topped with gloss black valve covers, a sleek black cover over the intake manifold, and a Billet Specialties Tru Trac serpentine system.

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The potent engine is paired with a TCI 4L80E 6X, an aftermarket 6-speed automatic transmission that bolts directly to the LS motor. This transmission is also wired to a TCI Paddle Shifter system that sits just behind the alcantara-finished steering wheel. On-demand gear selection is helpful for road course use, and makes the most of this upgraded transmission.

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The '66 Nova also features Auto Meter gauges, air conditioning, and a custom 3-inch exhaust system with Hooker Max Flow mufflers and electronic cut-outs. These allow the sound to be tuned, whether the car is being used with the pedal to the floor on a race track, or cruising in comfort around town.

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Full Throttle Restoration told us that their goal was to build a "pro-touring daily drivable ultimate street car," and they used many parts from the Classic Industries Nova catalog in the process. The end result is a stunning, no-expense-spared version of the classic 1966 Chevy Nova that can leave many brand-new muscle cars in its dust.

If you're looking for parts for your own Chevy II or Nova project, the Classic Industries catalog is your best resource. It contains the restoration parts and accessories you'll need for a minor restoration, a complete rebuild, a high-performance restomod, or anything in between. Click the button below for a free full-color Nova parts catalog.

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Nova restomod 66

1966 Chevy Nova SS Front

One of the most popular and beloved classic Chevy among the classic American muscle car enthusiasts is the 1966 Chevy Nova SS. This particular classic Chevy is actually very unique because it has a blend of classic and modern details. The body has the original Marina Blue color with a stock chromed trim and bumpers. 

1966 Chevy Nova SS Rear

As a contrast, it has an awesome stance with modern five-spoke black wheels. The whole setup is in place, in other words, it’s a real pleasure to drive this 1966 Chevy Nova SS. The interior remains mainly stock. A nice comfortable time machine with black vinyl upholstery and all the knobs and gauges are actually original from the factory.  

1966 Chevy Nova SS Interior

Under the hood of this 1966 Chevy Nova SS, there is a custom-built Chevy 350 cubic-inch V8 engine, not the original one, however it makes decent power, probably 400 horsepower at the crank. The sound of the engine is good, the driving is perfect, the 3-speed automatic transmission, combined with 3.70 rear gears makes the long trips very enjoyable. 

1966 Chevy Nova SS Engine

Even the handling on this one is pretty cool, that’s because it has an upgraded suspension. The awesome stance comes from the 18-inch HRBB HRX wheels wrapped with Yokohama Advan tires. The braking power at this Nova SS is pretty phenomenal, that’s because it is equipped with Wilwood 14-inch rotors and 6-piston calipers up front, and 4-piston at the rear wheels. In the end, our conclusion is that this 66 Chevy is one amazing piece of machinery.

source: AutotopiaLA

Sours: https://www.musclecardefinition.com/phenomenal-1966-chevy-nova-ss-restomod/
1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova Sport Coupe Restomod Project

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