Extreme power, stylish box-shaped ergonomics, low profile design are aspects that made it popular amongst car aficionados back in ‘66!
Do you own 1966-67 Chevy II Nova as well?
Is your valuable Chevy II starting to look really old and weary?
If so, it’s high time you get it fully transformed into new body skeleton. How? That’s right, from Palm Beach Customs.
Here at Palm Beach Customs, we can fully transform your 1966-67 Chevy II Nova to be all spic-and-span!
This particular package comprises new steel body skeleton with a dash.
Additionally, it also includes floor pan with bucket seat brackets and floor shift standard tunnel.
That’s not it, you also get factory-installed top skin, drip rails, decklid, doors, quarter panels and deck filler to complete the look.
Here’s the best part, this body skeleton package has been factory-installed with Mini-Tubs, exclusively from Detroit Speed, Inc. (DSE).
These Mini tubs are nothing but inner wheel housings that can fit wide tires and wheels, even as wide as 315 mm.
Crafted with utmost precision, these Mini tubs offer perfect fit and maintain a standard look.
Stamped from 18-gauge steel, these USA-made Mini tubs are 2.5” wider as compared to the stock.
Which is why users can opt for wider rear tires for that jagged appearance!
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As compared to originals, this body skeleton is manufactured with 25% more high-grade spot welds. Thereby, you will only get to see perfection and quality in its production.
This particular package owns official license from General Motors. Hence, rest assured that this is a no-compromise zone!
What Does Palm Beach Customs Do?
Apart from providing customers with new steel bodies and parts, we have also specialized in car restoration work.
Our strong love and passion towards classic and muscle cars have kept us going for 34 years! We restore your car like it’s our own!
No delays, no compromises, no insincerity! We at Palm Beach Customs only provide you with what’s BEST!
Check out the 66-67 Chevy II/Nova Steel Body being built below
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