1965 Chevrolet Nova M35 Powerglide Transmission


Description


This '65 Nova SS is a true SS coupe with a 283 Turbo Fire V8 and a M35 Powerglide transmission. The interior was cleaned up at the same time as you will read below. We have taken time and care to properly decode the car as you can see above. This is 1 of only 643 SS V8s built in 1965
The body shows nice and straight and the panels are extremely solid. The black paint looks great and we give it a B+ in all around paint quality. The panels all line up nicely and close with consistent gap spacings. The rockers, 1/4 panels, fenders and roof all show nice and solid and true. The inner door jambs were painted and show nice and solid as do the door panels (inner and outter). We note some dry gaskets around the glass. The rear bumper is flawless and the the front bumper is equally as nice. The grille is straight and shows nice patina. Under the hood sits the factory correct 283cid "Turbo Fire" V8, one of only 643 produced in '65. It looks very original under the hood, simple and clean. We appreciate the lack of chrome as is fits the clean overall look os this early muscle car. It fires up and runs well, free of smoke and engine chatter. The motor makes great power and the transmission shifts nice and smooth. It stops smooth and straight. We note a light stumble on acceleration so we believe the car would benefit from a inexpensive carb rebuild. All lights and gauges appear to be in good working order. This black SS is an absolute blast to drive and turned heads everywhere we took it. There aren't very many of these cars left in their original formats like this one
1965 Chevrolet Nova M35 Powerglide Transmission
$ 15,700.00
This '65 Nova SS is a true SS coupe with a 283 Turbo Fire V8 and a M35 Powerglide transmission. The interior was cleaned up at the same time as you will read below. We have taken time and care to properly decode the car as you can see above. This is 1 of only 643 SS V8s built in 1965
The body shows nice and straight and the panels are extremely solid. The black paint looks great and we give it a B+ in all around paint quality. The panels all line up nicely and close with consistent gap spacings. The rockers, 1/4 panels, fenders and roof all show nice and solid and true. The inner door jambs were painted and show nice and solid as do the door panels (inner and outter). We note some dry gaskets around the glass. The rear bumper is flawless and the the front bumper is equally as nice. The grille is straight and shows nice patina. Under the hood sits the factory correct 283cid "Turbo Fire" V8, one of only 643 produced in '65. It looks very original under the hood, simple and clean. We appreciate the lack of chrome as is fits the clean overall look os this early muscle car. It fires up and runs well, free of smoke and engine chatter. The motor makes great power and the transmission shifts nice and smooth. It stops smooth and straight. We note a light stumble on acceleration so we believe the car would benefit from a inexpensive carb rebuild. All lights and gauges appear to be in good working order. This black SS is an absolute blast to drive and turned heads everywhere we took it. There aren't very many of these cars left in their original formats like this one

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Nova
Year: 1965
Doors: 2
Mileage: 42,752
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: 118375N218967
United States, South Carolina, Charleston
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