You love it when someone invests the right money to build a drivers classic car just like you would, and this 1965 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova SS is a prime example. A slick red outside and a performance-oriented interior make for a very nice classic. Plus, underneath the surface beats a strong stroker motor, an upgraded suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes that are ready to hit the streets. This hardtop classic makes the right first impression. Novas were available in red, but they never looked this bright. This one has a terrific shine that tells you there was an investment in a modern professional paint application. It helps to highlight the crisp sheet metal lines, and the same goes for the detailed white pinstripes. So you really recognize the upscale look and made these compact/lightweight Novas able to stand next to the big boys. But this is a real-deal Super Sport, and so youll also appreciate the complete and original quality of the brightwork and trim. Those Cragar SS wheels are the exact right addition to show some extra flair and signal that theres something special under the hood (more on that in a moment.) The red interior has such a distinct style against the red exterior that we just know youll leave the windows down on this pillarless hardtop just so people can get a better look inside. Its quite clean and complete. Youll even appreciate the little details, like the insignia trim on the seatbacks, the working dome light, and the Delco AM radio thats still there for display. But this one is also set up to be a true drivers classic. Thats why you have front bucket seats, a center console in-between, a custom sports steering wheel mounted on a polished tilt column, a B&M shifter, and upgraded readouts - including an AutoMeter tach w/shift light. The engine bay is built for both show and go. Its attractive with smooth inner walls, tidy components, and plenty of polish on the air grabber and valve covers. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 crate motor that were told has been expanded to a 383ci stroker motor. It has been enhanced further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the dual exhaust and Magnaflow mufflers. Its also supported by the right components like steel braided lines, a serpentine belt system, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fans. More than just pure power, this one was built to handle out on the streets, too. Thats why you have upgrades like the tubular A-arm front suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and modern Falken Ziex tires make for a great all-around driver. This is a real-deal Super Sport Nova modified to be a terrific street machine. So dont miss out on this total package. Call now!