1962 chevy II nova budget hot rod build out of left over spare and used parts homemade paintbooth

we built this nova with a spare engine from my Camaro, hedman headers, a cable style thottle pedal from a Camaro. a b&m unimatic shifter from ebay. bassett wheels from summit. used goodyear tires 185/60/15 from a local shop, scratch n dent aluminum radiator from speedway. flowmaster muffs with pipes from an old truck. affordable paint kit from tcp. V8 springs from ebay, monroe shocks lots of sweat elbow grease and neverdull... paint booth cost was under 100$ pvc pipe, glue, plastic drop coths, spray adhesive. cardboard boxes and walmart box fans and dont forget the duct tape!

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