AutoHunter Spotlight: 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS L79


Featured on AutoHunter, the net public sale platform pushed by, is that this 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS. Energy is provided by a numbers-matching L79 327ci V8 engine backed by a four-speed handbook transmission. Options embrace bucket seats, console, Delco AM radio with rear speaker, and Positraction. Completed in bronze over an off-white vinyl inside, this Nova SS comes with additional elements together with the unique wheels and proper wheel covers, Defend-O-Plate and transferable Rhode Island registration.

This 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS was constructed on January 28, 1966, in Norwood, Ohio. The unique proprietor, who bought it from Rely Darling Chevrolet in Andalusia, Alabama, reportedly stored it for 30 years. The outside was refinished 25 years in the past within the authentic shade of Aztec Bronze (code M). Options embrace accent bumper guards, rocker moldings, left and proper rearview mirrors and rear-mounted antenna.

A set of 14 x 6-inch Aztec Bronze metal wheels is wrapped in new 205/70/14 BFGoodrich Silvertown redline radial tires.

The vinyl inside is upholstered in Mild Fawn (code 718). Options embrace padded dashboard, heart console with shifter, and handbook steering.

The instrument panel features a 120-mph speedometer, clock and gauge for the gas stage. A Stewart Warner oil stress gauge is mounted below the dashboard. The odometer has rolled over and reads 125,307 miles, which the promoting vendor reviews to be correct.

Energy is supplied by a numbers-matching, 350-horsepower L79 327ci V8 engine fed by an accurate, rebuilt Holley 3245 600-cfm carburetor. Different options embrace a dual-snorkel air cleaner and Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed handbook, which is reportedly the unique transmission to the automobile.

This Nova SS is provided with an impartial entrance suspension and BS-code 12-bolt strong rear axle with 3.31:1 gears and Positraction. Braking is supplied by handbook four-wheel drums. A $1,500 NCRS-approved Gardner twin exhaust system exits on the rear.

The promoting vendor will embrace the unique SS wheel covers together with the 14 x 6-inch hubcaps. Different gadgets included as a part of the sale are the unique gas and water pumps, alternator, paperwork from earlier possession, proprietor’s handbook, and the aforementioned Defend-O-Plate. Extra documentation images may be seen within the public sale’s gallery.

The public sale for this 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS outfitted with the L79 327 ends on Thursday, April 13, 2023, at 2:40 p.m. (PDT)

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