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Description: 1964 Nova SS

Moving, would rather sell it than move it.

Asking $13,000 OBO, I'm reasonable, let's talk. I'm happy to answer questions about the car. PM here, or email to [email protected] Not interested in trades... Car is in central NH near lake Winnipesaukee, 1 hr north of Portsmouth, 1 hr NE of Concord, 90 min west of Portland.

406 SBC - GM block...aftermarket everything else
4-bolt splayed caps added
9.9:1
Lunati hydraulic roller cam
Morel 4602/Lunati 72430 lifters (the good ones with the big roller)
Scorpion roller rockers - 1.5/1.6
Internally balanced forged 4340 Eagle crank
Eagle 6" h-beam rods
Forged Wiseco pistons
Dart Pro 1 heads 64cc/215cc
2.05/1.60 Ferrea valves
Edelbrock Victor Jr
Holley 750DP
MSD Digital 6 plus ignition
GM small-body breakerless distributor
Hooker 2243 headers, ceramic coated
Canton oil pan

Aluminum radiator
Electric radiator fan

700R4 trans by Phoenix Transmission, SX (strongest) version w/3500 stall converter
Transmission cooler
B&M Pro Ratchet shifter sunk into stock console location.

CPP mini subframe (lowers only, stock uppers)
CPP front disk, rear stock drum
Steering idler bearing conversion kit
3.08 posi 8.2 (from 65)
CE traction bars

Cragar Drag Star rims 15x5 front 15x7 rear (lightweight aluminum ones...not the steel street version)

Vintage SW Temp and Oil Pressure gauges in radio delete plate
Autometer Sport Comp 5" tach with shift light
AEM Wideband AFR gauge
Factory SS gauges (with ammeter upgraded to voltmeter)

Battery mounted in trunk
CS130 120 amp alternator

Warts:
Low budget interior, old repaint showing age, 98% rust-free...a few bubbles on driver's quarter and driver door corner, rear bumper is twisted slightly up on driver side, rear cove dogleg trim is beat, trunk floor replaced by PO with sheetmetal, exhaust piping is too small.


I and am happy to take specific pictures on request, but here's the general idea:









I replaced the ammeter with a voltmeter.

Details here:
http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums...d.php?t=212122



Extra gauges:




I have spent absolutely zero time on the trunk since I bought the car over 25 years ago. No paint, no nuthin. This is not a flattering photo, but it's honest. The trunk is solid solid solid. It wouldn't be mistaken for a stock trunk floor, but it's a pretty decent fab job. You can see the remains of the roll bar that was in the car at some point (gone before I got it) and I suspect the trunk work was for a fuel cell. Any discoloration you see is strictly surface and would probably wipe right off. Like I said...zero time, I haven't even taken the 5 minutes to do that.



...and as for the rest of the floor, here's a 20 year history of that:

http://www.bracketracer.com/shifter/shifter.htm

Highlights:





 


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lukecom57

Registered: May 2020
Posts: 1
Comment Date: Tue May 5

hi is your car still fore sale
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