Real Nova Super Sport Coup (VIN numbered) converted to Pro Street
396 cu. in. Big Block
750 CFM Holly Carb with Nitrous Oxide Set Up
Built 350 Trans. with reverse valve body,
9" FORD Rear-End with Currie axles, Detroit Locker, Ladder Bars, Coil Over Shocks
Tubbed 32x17.50-15 Rear with 145R-15 Front on Centerline Rims
Back-Halfed with 8 point Roll-Cage and swing out passenger side cross-bar
T.C.I. Front Clip
4 Wheel Disc Brakes
10 Gallon Fuel Cell
Please call me at (714) 532-3178 or (714) 471-5944 if you have any further questions or would like to look at it!
This is the tenth and final car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
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