Here's a performane built big block Nova with real clean body. Has
a high performance driveline that's ready for the street or the
strip. It's a 454 that's been completely reworked to a 468 cubic
inch. Has aluminum Pro Topline Dart heads, high rise Edelbrock
aluminum intake, new Quick Fuel 750 carb and MSD ignition. Has
custom fuel delivery system with braided lines, fuel regulator and
fuel pump at the gas tank. It has aluminum pulleys, a big radiator
keep it cool. It's attached to a turbo 400 trans with a B&M
ratchet shifter. All that power is delivered to the ground through
a freshly rebuilt Ford 9-inch rear with 4.10 posi gears. Has
driveshaft loop. The suspension was strengthened with welded in
frame connectors, in back it has ladder bars and coil over shocks.
Front suspension has been inspected and looks good. Of course it
has headers with a fat exhaust system that sounds real tough. It
was from an estate so we don't have all the specs inside the motor
but it looks fresh and runs real strong. Recently gone through by a
professional mechanic that builds race cars. If you drive it,
you'll be impressed. It does run on pump gas so it's okay for the
streets. Has Centerline aluminum wheels with the Mickey Thompson
Sportsman tires in front Goodyear's in back. Overall the body and
floors are really clean metal, it has its original quarter panels.
The paint is straight and real shiny. If you look for flaws you
will find some. Over all the car shows real well. Chrome and glass
are nice, it has a fiberglass cowl hood. The interior is good, it
has nice door panels, upholstery, headliner, dash pad. Bucket seats
from a 68 GTO. A monster tach and sunpro gauges have been added.
Also has cs stereo with door speakers. This is a car you can have
some fun with, maybe get in a little trouble too!
Ford 9" 4.10 gear
Coil over shocks
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