This 1966 Chevrolet Nova Chevy II SS is the kind of build where no one ever said No. So yes, you have an extra clean style inside and out. Yes, it has a fully-built small block with a big block displacement. Yes, theres even a supercharger on top. Yes, the fully upgraded suspension is as awesome as it looks. And you will be in contention for plenty of awards the moment you arrive anywhere. Red is a popular color for performance machines, but you can instantly tell theres something more here. The modern application was a big investment in giving it serious depth and the kind of radiance that could never be imagined over a half-century ago. They also took the time to correct this bodywork before even the first drop of paint was laid down. That means an overall look of quality within the straightness of the panels, the uniform look of the gaps, and doors that close solid. Even the upgraded cowl hood fits with a stock level of closeness. You know they have taken extra care with this one because the front fenders and hood are wrapped in a paint protection film. And the brightwork is gleaming on the grille, rockers, and form-fitting bumpers. Plus, those shining Billet Specialties wheels are larger and wider in the rear to showcase the mini tube setup and aggressive stance that will never be mistaken for stock. The black interior makes for a distinguished look against the red exterior. This feels quite inviting from the right investments, including the headliner, carpeting, dash pad, and door panels. Even the bucket seats look crisp/clean, right down to the trim on the seatbacks. Plus, the exterior-matching red on the metal parts of the dash and door panels gives this a coordinated look inside and out of a thoughtful restoration. But you also know this is a drivers car at its heart. You have a GT sports steering wheel on a tilt column and an upgraded SS center console, and the dash is now filled with AutoMeter Carbon Fiber gauges. And have you counted the number of gears on the shifter yet? The engine bay radiates with power in this clean and award-worthy presentation. Youve got a solid investment in polished components, slick black inner fenders, and components painted to match the body. But beyond style is serious substance. This Dart Iron Eagle V8 block gives you a big blocks 454 cubic-inch displacement in a small block size/weight. While a big block size is enough for many people, this one takes it to a new level with a D1 Procharger supercharger! The full package is enhanced and fortified with a Lunati 4.25 crank, 4340 H-beam rods, 21cc dish pistons, a roller cam, Jesel rockers, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, an Edelbrock high rise Intake, and topped with a Holley Pro Series four-barrel carburetor. A dyno sheet shows this full setup is rated at a supercar-level 773 horsepower! This monster motor is also supported by the right components, including an MSD ignition, braided fuel lines, and a large radiator with electric fans. The TKO five-speed manual transmission means you completely control the upgraded power and its thunderous soundtrack from header-fed H-pipe dual exhaust. The trans connects an aluminum driveshaft to the strong 12-bolt rear end built with an LPW Ultimate 12 diff cover, Strange 30 spline axles, and Positraction. So it can certainly handle the big power with confidence. And speaking of handling, as you look underneath the car, youll spot some more terrific upgrades. This includes the Chassisworks tubular control arms front suspension, rack & pinion steering, a custom-fabricated ladder bar rear, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes. The sale comes complete with build receipts and the dyno sheet. Since no one said no to anything in this build, you know its the one you cant resist. Call now!