Take a look at this expertly built 1970 Chevrolet Nova brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. This car was completely rebuilt from the ground up with no expense spared. The car was completely stripped and reassembled with nothing but the best parts over the course of 2.5 years. Since completion, only 475 miles have been driven. Don't miss your chance to own this unique ride! Engine - The car features a fuel inject LS1 rated at 450 HP at the crank with an All American billet front drive system. The engine has LS3 covers but it is in fact a real LS1. The engine runs beautifully! Transmission - The LS1 is backed by a Tremec TKO 5 speed transmission. Interior & Options - The interior was completely custom upholstered featuring: brand new Chevrolet reproduction carpet, headliner, and door panels, Custom seats by Paul's Upholstery, custom Thunder Road dash panel, Autometer Arctic White gauges, Vintage Air, Vintique front and rear power windows, custom full length console, new M&H wiring harness, digital air ride control in console, and a Ididit tilt column with a custom steering wheel. The sound system includes a custom hidden radio with 4 speakers, a trunk mounted amp, and receiver located under the console. Exterior & Options - The body was completely restored with many new parts including: all stainless body kit (nuts, bolts, etc.), new clear spec glass, and new sheet metal floor pans, trunk floor, fenders, quarters, rockers, inner fenders, dash, cowl, firewall, and roof. The body was painted in Lexus Silver Sky 2 stage with 7-8 coats of base and 7-8 coats of clear. Brakes & Suspension - The car is equipped with a full Ride Tech air ride system with front and rear bags by Ride Pro. The stock suspension was upgraded with a TCI front clip, rear 3 link suspension, and rack & pinion steering. Also added was a Currie 9" rear end with 3:90 gears and 11" Wilwood cross drilled and slotted disc brakes. The entire frame was painted to match the car and fitted with show quality chrome. The car rides on U.S Mag wheels with 19" rears, 18" fronts, and Nitto tires. For more information call Nick 781-351-0409
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