1970 CHEVY NOVA, two door. The body and paint are original except for the fiberglass hood / scoop and front bumper. The body is in great condition, but not show-car quality. There is some rust around the stock rear wheel wells and a small dent on left corner of rear chrome bumper. It has the original door panels, head liner and dashboard, no rear upholstery, two high -- back black upholstered adjustable front bucket seats. Also equipped with a custom steering wheel, racing harness, tachometer, temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge and two fuel pump gauges. It has a chromoly padded roll-bar, Hurst shifter with lockout, and a custom column lock.The differential is a GM 12 bolt, 4.11 ratio Strange posi-traction unit with Strange gears and bearings. The rear end was strengthen and modified by Snyder Motorsports and secured to the chassis with two trick multi-leaf springs and Lakewood traction bars & snubbers.The car has a Chapmann custom fuel tank , and two individual electric fuel systems, gauges, regulators, filters, etc. .The NOVA has a brand new heavy duty battery mounted in the right rear corner of the trunk in a sealed battery box, with a power cut-off switch.The automatic transmission is a turbo 350 with a 10 inch torque converter ( 3,500 stall ) , trick valve body, and many other hardcore drivetrain parts, all built by COAN RACING.The engine is a Chevy 454 , 4 bolt main block, CALLIES forged steel, cross drilled, and radiused crankshaft. Conn rod bolts are ARP 7/16 " , forged Keith Black pistons 10.5:1 compression with a .030" head gasket, 1/16 Speed Pro Plasma moly file fit piston rings, and Keith Black conn rods. MANTON lifters and pushrods. Rotating assembly has been static and dynamic balanced. Chevy ZL1 camshaft kit, .560 / .600 lift, Melling high - volume oil pump, Moroso deep sump oil pan, with windage tray and pick-up. Cloyes Tru-Roller timing set, Harland Sharp roller rocker arms. Moroso aluminum water pump, GM deep groove pulleys, Weiand Hi-Ram aluminum intake manifold. Two Holley 600 cfm double pumper carburetors, modified by BRASWELL, Intake and exhaust ports are gasket matched to intake manifold and exhaust ports to headers. Mallory Unilite distributor, Mallory ignition coil,& Mallory Hy-Fire box. Hooker Super Comp headers and collectors also removable mufflers and exhaust system.This NOVA is turn-key and ready to drive, a very good ,fast, eye catcher car.Call is local - Call for appointment WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
This is the tenth and final car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
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