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Jack Cota’s ’66 Chevy II

A Deuce Done Right

Photography by Tony Nausieda

The results of our car crafting endeavors reflect our personality and taste, naturally. Each enthusiast has a unique perspective of the ultimate street machine, which incorporates a particular paint scheme, interior design, and custom features. That said, no one street machine will appeal to everyone, but Jack Cota’s ’66 Chevy II comes awfully close. His black-on-black ’66 is a subtle street machine as is, but it could pass as a flawless restoration by swapping a set of Rally wheels and repop redlines, or it could be a show-worthy dragstrip bully riding on ET Streets and skinnies. Jack did the Deuce right by retaining a meticulous stock appearance and strapping an extra 300 horses under the hood where the six-popper once lived. The 447 lb-ft of torque is churned through the Coan 10-inch converter; the ’Glide and 12-bolt rear finish multiplying it, and the Goodyear Eagles try to put it to the ground without burning down to the cords. We can’t call the Nova “triple black” since it doesn’t have a vinyl top, but black-on-black-on-bad seems more fitting anyway.

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