Look at that down the line shot, looking good this 1963 Chevrolet Nova gasser
1963 Chevy II nova roller.
- Full 2″x3″ box tube frame, 8 point roll cage.
6″ drop tube front axle (set at 8*), Competition Engineering 90/10 shocks, 11″ disc brakes.
- Dana 60 rear axle w/cuda leaf springs.
Competition Engineering sliders, 32″ double adjustable ladder bars (set at 0*), 4.10 Richmond Gear ring/pinion, Moser spool, Quarter Master axles, 1/2″ lugs, adjustable wheelie bars, 11″ drum brakes.
- Wilwood swing pedal/master-cylinders, Hurst pistol grip shifter w/neutral safety switch & trans-brake button, Hurst line loc, frame mounted trans cooler, ‘Don’s’ driveshaft w/ 1350 solid joints, M&H 30.5 x 10.5W slicks (5 passes), 15 x 10 chrome reverse rear wheels, Moroso DS-2 front tires (also 5 passes) on ET spoke wheels.
-Battery is mounted in trunk, Moroso battery disconnect located on rear quarter panel.
Radiator & electric water pump are mounted/plumbed/wired in trunk.
The car is all steel (with the exception of the fiberglass front fenders).
The aluminum firewall (set back 10″), aluminum door panels, steel floors, and tunnel are not original, they were installed years ago & are in good shape.
The car is set up for a big block Chevy (small block will bolt in as well), and is mounted via a front Hurst mount, mid mount, & tail-shaft mount.
Headers are ceramic coated, 2 3/8″ primaries – 4 1/2″ collectors.
Dash is stock, seats are aftermarket, 5 point seat belts are expired.
Included (but not pictured) are the original sill plates, front bumper sun visors, and tachometer).
The rear wheel on the driver’s side has a small spot of rust (see pics).
The paint is checked, has runs, and is faded.
The bottom of the doors, the rockers, the trunk…the whole car looks the same as it did when I bought it 25 years ago.
This is not a faux gasser or re-made replica of an old hot rod / race car…this car is the real deal, and it works.
It weighs 3100 lbs with a steel headed big block/turbo 400.
It ran consistent 9.70′s at 137 in the quarter mile.
It always hooked hard & always ran straight (the last pic is taken from Gasser Wars Magazine).
It can be converted back to a street car by simply installing headlights, a wiring harness & changing the rear tires.
Again, this is a roller – rolling chassis…no engine, transmission, or fuel system is included.
Clear Wisconsin title I’m probably forgetting something…if you have any questions, please ask.
I would encourage anyone interested in this car to come by & see it in person so there are no suprises.
Thank you in advance for your interest.