1964 Chevy II Nova Wagon

Completely restored from top to bottom

283ci matching numbers, factory V8

Saginaw 4 speed transmission

Nova SS bucket seats

SS Gauge Package

Vintage AC and Heat

Power Steering

Power brakes with front disc brakes

It has been through a ground-up restoration with every part either renewed or rechromed. It still wears all of its original (not reproduction) badging, including the 1964 only V8 emblems on the front fenders and the Chevy II 400 badges on the front door panels.

The carburetor has been upgraded to an Edelbrock Performer AFB 4 barrel and is mounted to an Edelbrock Performer intake manifold. The carburetor is hidden beneath the stock air cleaner. The original points type distributor has been fitted with a Pertronix electronic ignition conversion kit. There are air shocks on the rear. The luggage rack has been rebuilt and rechromed, and the rear window mechanism is rebuilt. All the gauges and switches work.

This is a completely sorted, original V8, first-generation Nova in its original color combination, fully restored and completely sorted out to touring condition and show. It may be one of the best examples in the world of this very rare model with its original engine.

Beautiful car with unique history. Previously owned and restored by Keith Martin. Martin is the editor and publisher of the Sports Car Market magazine and the American Collector Car magazine. He’s also the host of “What’s my car worth?” and well known in multiple Concours events throughout the country. The Nova was also used by Martin for his American Collector Car Magazine and attended several well-known events. It has been seen in several publications and YouTube videos. Also, previously part of a well-known prominent collection outside of Detroit. Large binder full of paperwork and documentation.

Price: $53,500

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Location: Mandeville, Louisiana, United States