1965 Chevelle Ss Z-16 (396) & 1966 Nova Ss L/79 - Article - Super Chevy on 2040-parts.com
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Here is a 1983 issue of Super Chevy magazine. Included in this issue are 2 articles of interest. The 1st is 2 pages, including pictures, on a factory 1965 Chevelle SS 396. The 2nd is 2 pages also and covers a 1966 Nova SS equipped with a original L-79 option. A lot of information on these cars is included in these articles. This magazine is in excellent used condition. Thank you for looking and good luck bidding.
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