- $32,995 Get Financing
- Seller: streetsidephx
- Phone: 480-926-1344
This 1962 Chevrolet Chevy II has everything you want in a powerful classic. This means upgrades like a performance-built ZZ4 V8, competition-ready components, a custom interior, and the right look/stance of a street machine.
<br><br> Chevy IIs/Novas are great for upgrading into full muscle machines because they have a crisp style that makes even a lightweight compact look substantial. The bright white paint makes sure to show off these lines with a clean kind of style, and the dark tinted windows provide a terrific contrast to set the performance tone. Of course, the Weld racing wheels, wider rear rubber, aggressive forward-leaning stance, and billet grille are all signs that this one was restored to be more than just a looker. And that power dome of the cowl hood just seems to confirm there's something aggressive underneath (more on that in a moment.)
<br><br> The two-tone gray interior has a comfortable style with a clean presentation with velour inserts in the seats and matching door panels. There are also cool classic features, like the stock dash with working AM radio. But your favorite components are all about a driver's car. You have the Hurst Quarter-Stick floor shifter, a GT sports steering wheel, a tilt column, and a crisp set of AutoMeter auxiliary gauges. Plus, that large AutoGage tach w/shift light is prominently mounted on the dash like the classic version of a head-up display.
<br><br> The engine bay has an awesome look of power with the clean and dark inner walls funneling your full attention to the polished and tidy V8 in the center. This is a Chevy ZZ4 performance 350 cubic-inch crate motor installed in 2010. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with power and authority as Sanderson headers feed the dual exhaust. And as you look at the full package, you can see there were investments in the right performance-oriented supporting components. This includes cast valve covers, an aluminum radiator, and a battery box in the trunk for good weight distribution. And bracer bars from the firewall to the frame are a true sign of a hardy build. The three-speed automatic transmission feeds into a Detroit Locker rear end, and that connects to the wide and grippy Mickey Thompson rear tires. This also has a Heidts front subframe, power brakes, front discs, rear air shocks, and rack & pinion steering for an all-around soil driver.
<br><br> The sale comes complete with title documentation and a breakdown of the full parts list. This custom Chevy II is a quality build with big power and a sharp style. It's a great full package you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!