Finished in DuPont Chrome Yellow with purple pinstriping, this 1967
Chevy Nova SS Pro-Street is powered by a new professionally built
406ci small-block Chevrolet engine backed by a Turbo 400 automatic
transmission. It has a full manual valve body and high-performance
internal parts with a billet steel 10-inch 3,500 stall converter.
Features include a Scat 400 crank, Scat 6-inch connecting rods, JE
pistons 10.4:1 compression, Dart Pro 1 aluminum heads, Big
Hydraulic COMP cam, Victor Jr intake and a Quick Fuel 750 double
pumper carburetor, a custom-built rear-end, C-Clip Eliminator, 4.10
Richmond gears and floater axle housing. Additionally, this Nova
features a powder-coated TCI front clip with rack & pinion
steering, full-length welded subframe connectors, adjustable ladder
bars, adjustable KONI shocks, eight-point NHRA approved roll bar
with swing-out front bars, Wilwood front disc brakes with 4-piston
Dynolite calipers and rear-mounted 16-gallon fuel cell with
electric Holley fuel pump, as well as Hooker Super Comp fender well
headers ceramic-coated with custom-built 3-inch mandrel-bent
exhaust and MagnaFlow mufflers. Mini-tubbed rear to accept a
12-inch tires. Rides on Billet Specialties rear Nitto 315/35-inch
street-approved drag tire radials; fronts with Nitto 555 radials.
1967 Chevrolet Nova SS
Exterior Color:CHROME YELLOW
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