Presenting to you the classic and beautiful Chevy II Nova car body; this is made from the most premium material and expert assembly.
With a high making cost but still an affordable, reasonable price, this one really does comes amongst the most highly ranked car bodies out there.
It would be perfect for you if you wish to restore an old, original Chevy, which has rusted by now.
Cars and their parts get worn out, especially as decades pass by.
At some point, you must think about restoring your beloved cars, so that they can restore their beauty, and you can use them again.
It will also be the best if you wish to seek admirers by remaking the old Chevy 1966-67, as many of the people love these classic, vintage cars, and would love to see one of them out on the streets, especially because they’re rare.
1966-67 Chevy Skeleton Package includes:
- Floorpan, which is basically made of a standard, tunnel for floor shift, and brackets for bucket seats.
- Mini tubs that have been factory installed in the car, which means that you can use tires that are as wide as 315 mm easily, without any inconvenience and you’ll have a considerable range to choose from.
- A dash and the body is completely made of steel, all of it new and the highest quality possible.
The car does not include any of the external skins but has most of the internal ones, and all of the features included have already been installed and assembled pre-shipping.
The assembly takes place in a very professional, modern way, using the latest technology, under strong and narrow inspection. We chase perfection when it comes to the assembly of the high-quality material, which needs to be flawless for the car to look as graceful, as well as act as good, too.
In all aspects, we make sure that our products stand worthy of the price, and this one easily does, as it includes amazing features, all of which are made in high-quality material and still preserve the classical beauty of the Chevy.
Here is a video of a Chevy ll Nova steel body build:
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