One other thing I forgot to mention about the engine.
It has a later model HEI with a stand alone "Mallory NOS 60,000 Volt Coil."
That allowed me to go to a bit bigger spark plug gap.
With "2" pumps of the pedal it fires right up and idles fantastic!
Also a NOS stock single barrel carb. (not worn out or rebuilt a million times).
If a driving -- insured -- state inspected -- clear title "63 Nova Wagon" with a rebuilt engine -- transmission -- front end (after market upgrade) isn't worth "$5000.00."
Then please offer advise on a "good price" and elaborate as to why / why not.
"Happy 4-th of July" !!!!!
"OK" here is a short video of the inside, mainly the dash and front seat areas.
And, a few more pictures of the car.
"Folks" I'm "60" and don't do video or pictures all that well.
Used to be the day when you ran an add in the local newspaper and if someone was interested in the car they'd come over and look at it.
Now it's all about how many pictures you can take and how long of a video.
So...If you are interested in it "come on over" and we'll talk!
After doing research and being advised by several in here that with all I have done, I was practically giving it away.
So... I've decided to up the price a bit.
And, if it doesn't sell I'll just keep on driving and enjoying it!
Might even go ahead and install that "302" (cone engine) and the "Ford 8" 4:11 pos-a-trac rear-end.
"Heck" might even convert it over to a manual 4-speed car (have everything to do that).
Still up for sale.
Just built a wood bed for the rear as I drive it almost daily and haul stuff with it.
Got tired of things rolling around and ending up in the floor boards.
Still need to do some trimming or paint or padding haven't made up my mind on that yet.