1967 Nova Pro Street
A 1967 Nova I shot at The Grand Rod Run...I love the car...but I hate why it was there..The owner was trying to sell it...Times had got tough...I hate to see someone having to sell there Baby...
Ultimate '67 Chevy Nova HOT Rod 1000HP+
This is the baddest muscle Nova I've ever seen. 160,000 spent. 632 c.i.d. 1000HP on motor, Nitrous, transbrake, best of the best. Remember to deploy the parachute when you run 160+mph in the quarter mile. 8 Second Nova.
134593 / 1967 Chevrolet Nova
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/kv4lmt5 Instead of being content with a pre-existing 'genre' or an existing set of muscle car standards, Alex Covington and the team at the Roadster Shop decided to take a whole new approach with this 1967 Chevy Nova. Originally, Covington wanted just a unique looking Nova, but after seeing the direction the Roadster Shop was heading with his ride, he gave them the thumbs up to build a one-of-a-kind Nova. Armed with a belief that true progress in design can only come with taking risks and stepping outside comfort zones, the Roadster Shop set out to build a Nova that was like nothing else that ever came before it. The results are phenomenal, and we aren't the only ones who think so. In 2011, the Innovator received the highly sought after Street Machine of the Year award from Goodguys. The Nova was quickly given the name Innovator based on its build. The Roadster Shop built the Innovator as an example of where the hot rod and the custom industry could possibly head in the coming years. The build started with a '67 Nova body that was in extremely rough shape. The team at the Roadster Shop cut out the floors, and then put the Nova on a rotisserie and had the body media blasted. From there the body received a tremendous amount of work: The top was chopped ¾ of an inch, the fenders were re-profiled, and the main mid-section body line was completely removed and new accent lines were created over each wheel opening. New bumpers were made along with rocker extensions and front and rear diffusers. From there the team incorporated a modern circuit board inspired pattern throughout the entire car and in the paint design. The futuristic circuit board theme starts with a custom grille that captures everyone's attention. The pattern then continues as an accent down the glossy white doors, and up the flat black hood. Lift the hood and you will find a 454 cubic inch Mast Motorsports LS series small block. Based on a GMPP 454 cubic inch LSX, the block was bored to 4.185 inches, the LS7 aluminum cast heads were CNC-ported, and a custom hydraulic roller cam was installed to help the engine create an incredible 700hp at 6,700RPMs and 611lb./ft. of torque at 4,900RPMs. While the body features a lot of rigid angles and hard lines, the interior is much more inviting with smooth rounded surfaces. Open the doors and you'll be greeted by a completely custom one-off interior that is just as unique as the rest of the build. The headliner and floor are illuminated by fiber-optic lighting, and the stitching has been done in such a way to include the circuit board pattern. Two Sparco bucket seats provide a great place to log miles from. In front of the driver are two custom gauges that create a 3-d floating effect by having the numbers printed on the back of the lenses of the tach and speedometer. Between the gauges sits a Bespoke digital readout interface that displays everything from coolant temperature to oil pressure. Throughout the entire car the Innovator lives up to its namesake, it impresses inside and out. This '67 Nova may have had very humble beginnings but today it sits as an award winning ride that is capable of beating you on the ¼ or on the autocross. Don't miss your chance to own this incredible ride. For more information, call, click, or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on the 2011 Street Machine of the Year.
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