1964 Chevy II Nova. My goal was to sell this Nova as a running driving car but I didn't quite make it that far.
What it needs to run and drive:
Shifter (A brand new in the box B&M Unimatic shifter is included)
Running power to the the HEI distributor
Wiring the starter
Throttle linkage or cable
Wire electric fan (I have a relay kit included)
put the bumpers back on (I have both the front and rear) Highlights:
Low rust (Some in the quarters but no holes)
Some of the straightest, cleanest floors I have seen on a classic car
SBC 350 seems to be in great shape. I took the intake off and pulled the lifters to re-lube. The lifters had virtually no wear, I was astounded how good of condition they were in. Turning the motor over is easy and consistent and it makes good compression. Inside of motor is very clean. I have pictures that I can show if interested.
Turbo 350 transmission. I pulled the pan and everything seemed very clean inside. I changed the filter and gasket while I was in there. I have pictures if interested.
All new front suspension
I have new headlight besels included Lowlights
Previous owner claims a deer ran into the left quarter panel while they were in a parking lot. They tried to fix it themselves but did a poor job. I believe the panel can be salvaged but it is what it is. (See picture)
Steering box has play. I refilled the box with 00 grade grease and adjusted the worm gear tension but it still has play
Front grill is in so-so shape.
Crack in front windshield
previous owner or somebody else cut the door panels (I have no idea why). So it will need door panels. Luckily they are pretty inexpensive new. Needs new carpet, and the seats re-upholstered
4"X4" square hole cut in transmission tunnel by previous owner for shifter. The hole doesn't need to be nearly that large. Can easily be patched as part of putting shifter in and replacing carpet.