Nova was one of the most popular and topmost models launched in the Chevy II production line. Belonging to the second generation of Chevy II, the 1966 Chevy II Nova was a sharp-edged concept car with a bold grille, humped fenders, and vertical taillights. Its enhanced features and modern design outperformed previous Chevy models in sales!
If you want to restore the old and impaired skeleton of your 1966-67 Chevy II Nova, Palm Beach Customs is your ultimate solution! Exclusively built in the USA, Palm Beach Customs offers complete new steel body skeleton with a dash for your Chevy II Nova.
The product comes all-included with Floorpan for installing bench seat. But, it does not come with any exterior skins. Whole steel body skeleton has been meticulously assembled in the factory of USA by skilled professionals.
Officially licensed by General Motors, all of the RDS bodies are precisely integrated on a rotating platform with the help of in-car fixtures. Which in turn gives the best fit.
To provide the best quality of products, RDS uses factory production equipment for building steel bodies.
There is absolutely no compromise with the quality here!
Just like original GM production, the RDS utilizes automobile-grade spot welders for best results.
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Palm Beach Customs Services
We at Palm Beach Customs do all sorts of car restoration work for muscle as well as classic car models.
From minimal paint job to huge restoration issues, our expert team can handle every situation that comes its way.
With over 1100 successful car restorations, our team at PBCs loves to offer premium quality of service to its customers!
With ASE & I-CAR certification, we are No. 1 experts in the field of Unibody & Full Frame in Florida.
From no customization at all to custom paint and full restoration work, Palm Beach Customs team can build your dream car with much determination!
You can check out some of our car restoration work in testimonials! With our service, there is absolutely no compromise in quality, craftsmanship or timings.
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