Spotted at the Car Craft Summer Nationals last July in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, our friend Scottie at ScottieDTV stumbled across one beautiful street machine. Red and rowdy, this 1963 Chevy II/Nova is an immaculate build inside and out.
The owner of this Chevy II has owned the vehicle for over 40 years, treating it like his baby. Although the car sat for 15 years, he turned his passion for hot rods and let it all loose on his Chevy II.
A creative and noteworthy build, the owner had the car painted with Cosmic Dust Silver colored paint as a base and splashed over with a beautiful Candy Molten Orange paint. Under the hood rests a 355 cubic inch small-block Chevy V8 mill with a 671 blower and Hilborn injection.
Power meets the pavement with a 700R4 automatic transmission and a Ford 9-inch rearend. The Chevy stays stiff with a sturdy Heidts suspension in the front and back.
We like what we see here and commend the owner for such a beautiful build. From the color choice to the billet and chrome parts choices, this Chevy is a show stopper and deserves credit where its due.
Taking a look inside of this Chevy, the plush two-tone leather is a nice contrast to the loud exterior. There is a lot to appreciate on this Chevy for its classy aesthetics and high-performance mill under the hood.
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