Finished in green metallic, this custom 1970 Chevy Nova underwent a
comprehensive restoration with 1,200 miles since completion.
Powered by a new LS3 V8 crate engine producing 525hp backed by a
new 6L80E automatic transmission with a Circle D LS HP series stage
II 278 mm torque converter matched to PCS paddle shifter and onto a
new Currie 9-inch Ford rear end. Equipped with an Aeromotive fuel
system, new fuel lines, new fuel tank, Ron Davis dual fan equipped
radiator, rack & pinion steering, Wilwood brakes as well as
Ultimate stainless headers hooked to 2.5-inch exhaust with
Flowmaster mufflers. It sits on a TCI custom front subframe with
RideTech coilovers and 2-inch drop spindles with Detroit Speed mini
tubs in the rear with TCI Pro Touring Rear Torque Arm Suspension,
pan hard bar using TCI subframe connectors to hook the frames
together. Completing the look is a set of Budnik G10 G series
Billet wheels painted to match car. The exterior features Fesler
hood hinges and Fesler LED billet aluminum taillights. While the
interior features TMI custom pro series sport R seats covered in
black leather with a silver stripe, full center console, an Ididit
steering column, Dakota Digital VHX dash, American Autowire kit,
RideTech Tiger cage roll bar and a Pioneer stereo system.
1970 Chevrolet Nova
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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