Here is the most beautifully crafted 1973 Chevrolet Nova ever to have been produced. With Bolstered leather seats, modern stereo system, modern power, and meticulously created and maintained this Nova is a one of a kind restomod. The power comes from a naturally aspirated ZZ383 GM Performance crate block engine, runs through the Tremec 5 speed transmission and uses a new DTS 3:55 Detroit True Tac Posi rear end to make the 315R/40/17 Nitto rear tires hook all 475 horsepower to the ground. Coming with Wilwood brakes at all 4 corners, single adjustable coil overs up front with tubular a arms and powder a coated frame, this muscle car is now capable of way more than just straight lines. Boasting just 1500 miles since the build this Restomod is in mint condition and could be used as a fantastic driver or a beautiful showpiece. Comes with two binders with most of the books and receipts totaling over $65,000 to build, not including the cost of labor.
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