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Chevy II Nova
Super clean, show quality car that is ready to cruise. Tough little street car that sounds like it should be on
the track. Well built, dependable and low maintenance. It's not one of those hot rods you have to tune on all the
time to keep it going.
To describe the car, I'm breaking it down into 4 areas- 1. Paint/Body, 2. Wheels/Tires, 3. Drivetrain/Suspension,
and 4. Interior.
1. Paint / Body- Arrow straight body with super slick paint. New glass with all new weatherstripping and seals
including windshield. Fiberglass cowl induction hood. New bumpers, grill and headlight bezels. Chrome and trim
all looks new.
2. Wheels/Tires - Staggered Billet Specialties aluminum wheels. 275/50/15 Nitto drag radials on the back with
165/80/15 up front.
3. Drivetrain- Built 327 V8 with 4 speed manual transmission. The entire drivetrain has around 5k miles since
built. The car is strong and sounds impressively mean. Never had it on the track or dyno but I would say it is
an easy 375 hp. The motor is a '67 block - 327 that has been built and balanced. Comp Thumper Cam, Hooker
super comp headers, Edelbrock Victor 4+4 aluminum intake, Quick Fuel built Holley carb etc. Aluminum radiator with
electric fan. Low mount high amp alternator. Battery is a red top Optima mounted in the trunk with a nice billet
aluminum holder. Starts easy and runs cool. Low maintenance hot rod you don't have to tune on all the time.
Transmission is Muncie M20 4 speed. It shifts good, goes in and out of gear fine with no problems/noises. It has
a new clutch and blow shield. I took pics of the side of the transmission for people wanting to run numbers.
Rear end is a 12 bolt posi. Not sure the ratio but feels like a 3:73 gear. It has Wilwood disc brakes up front
with factory rebuilt drums in the rear and new CPP master cylinder. New gas tank that has been cleanly notched to
clear relocated leaf springs. The leaf springs were moved in to tuck big rear tires under the car. It would be
easy to give the car a pro tour look if decide to go that route.
4. Interior- New black stock interior. SS steering wheel, bucket seats, and factory console. Two gauges -
water temp and oil pressure are tastefully mounted where the original radio would go. It does not have windshield