Chris Flores's 74 Nova

Just got done cutting a hole in the hood for the blower scoop.I built this car at Northwest Kansas Technical College while attending there! It has a bored out 350 with flat top racing pistons in it by Speed Pro, Aluminum roller rocker arms, heads completely redone including new seats and guides, I also shimmed the springs, its got a Holley Street Dominator intake, Holley 650 Double Pumper Carb, Holley 90 gph fuel pump, big tube headers from Headman, an electric fan, no power steering, a TH350 Tranny that was shift kitted and has a 3,200-3,500 stall converter from B&M in it, subframe braces, Traction bars, racing seats from Summit with 5 point harnesses, a Grant steering wheel, and a B&M Megashifter. Not to mention ALOT of chrome under the hood! What do ya think!?

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