1967 Chevrolet Chevy II
Sedan Car for sale in Austin, Texas 78748
Austin, TX 78748
From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
Classic Car Overview
For sale is a 2-door 1967 Chevy II post car project. This vehicle comes with nearly everything needed to return it to a complete car. Only aesthetic pieces would be missing like headliner or interior door covers, but those would've needed to be replaced anyway.
I purchased this vehicle sight unseen in 2014. It was complete and running (albeit poorly) at the time. My goal was to turn it into a hot rod. Swap the inline 6 out for a V8 and upgrade the suspension, brakes, etc. After removing the engine, transmission, and front end, I found some pretty severe rust damage. It has been in the shop for 5 years getting all of the rusted metal taken care of. After thousands of dollars in parts and labor, I finally got the vehicle back as a roller. My intention was to complete the restoration, but my heart is just not in it anymore. A TCI front clip has been installed which upgrades the front suspension to coilovers, adds big disc brakes, and gives it power steering. Full info on the kit can be found here: https://totalcostinvolved.com/products/1962-1967-chevy-nova-custom-ifs/
I have the original inline 6 engine and 3 speed powerglide automatic transmission. I also purchased a 4 speed muncie M22 manual transmission as I was hoping to convert this to a manual car. I will leave that up to the buyer to decide. I have an ididit steering column to replace the stock one. It has all original glass and original seats (that will need reupholstering).
This is not technically a Chevy Nova, but the difference between a Chevy II and Nova are minimal. I wanted the "post" car for the added rigidity as I was hoping to autocross the car. Also, I think SS and SS clones are a dime a dozen and wanted something a bit more unique out of a muscle car.
It upsets me that I'm not able to finish this project. I wanted this car since I was 16. Was so excited to finally get one. But the time and money it took to clean up all the metal took its toll on me and soured me on the experience. Instead of building this car the way I wanted and then selling it, I've decided to sell it as a roller so that whoever purchases it can put their style and taste into it and build it exactly how they want it.
The last pic shows what the vehicle looked like before I started the rebuild process. This is what it would look like if everything was put back together with the parts that I currently have and will provide to the buyer.
Vehicle is located in Austin, TX. Buyer to arrange pickup. $12,000 obo. I've invested that much in parts and labor alone to get it ready for paint. My loss is your gain and a blank canvas to build your perfect hot rod.
I'm happy to answer any questions about the car and provide more pictures. Thanks for your interest!
Classic Car ID101246054
Transmission3 Speed Automatic
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