Chevy Nova Burnout
Decided it was time to cause a ruckus down the street. Right as i turned
around from my last burnout there was a sheriff coming down the road.
Luckily he passed us without slowing down. Must have enjoyed the smoke
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1969 Nova Burnout and In Car Video 327 4 Speed
Next time, I'll do the burnout in second gear...
327 ( I'm guessing about 400 HP) Super T-10 4 Speed, 12 Bolt Posi w/4.88
Gears. I just got her on the road and I'm still working things out but she
runs pretty good.
1970 Nova SS tribute- 468 Big Block- BIG CAM, FLOWMASTER!!!
1970 Chevrolet Nova- Fresh 468ci engine, fresh turbo 400 trans. Car has 880cfm Holley carb,
aluminum radiator, electronic ignition, headers. Full Flowmaster Exhaust. This is a VERY fast car. With an easy
cosmetic restoration, this would be a very nice car that someone could be
Super Sleeper 1972 Nova - /BIG MUSCLE
Wanna race? If so you may want to reconsider. You see this is Dru Diesner's
1972 Chevrolet Nova and it's anything but stock. From a looks perspective
it's nothing special, in fact most people wouldn't put up $500 for this
thing. Look a little deeper though and OH MOMMA! You see under its faded
green paint lurks a twin supercharged LS2 that makes 1,160 hp... at the
rear wheels. It epitomizes the term "sleeper", and is lethal to just about
every other road going vehicle it comes in contact with. Big Muscle
recently visited Northern Chicago to get a sample of this beast, and holy
crap was it one of the best automotive experiences we've ever had.
RARE! 1971 CHEVY NOVA WITH A BUILT 383! WATCH THE 100 FOOT BURNOUT!
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this gorgeous Nova.
1971 CHEVROLET NOVA WITH A MONSTER 383! FULLY RESTORED, TURN KEY, AND BUILT
TO TERRIFY YOUR NEIGHBORS! SUPER SLICK PPG BLACK PAINT, 4:10 POSI, POWER
DISC BRAKES, COMPLETELY SOLID & RUST FREE!
If you would like to purchase this Nova immediately, please call or
email. I can add a "Buy It Now" price to the auction or I can send an
invoice through Paypal for a deposit. You can name the amount. My goal here
is to sell the Nova. You're welcome to call me day or night, Monday through
Sunday at 816.308.0351.
This Nova was completely tore down and gone through starting in 2007.
Today it sits as you see it below. As a mean ground pounding beast that
will launch you in to your seat and make any passenger break down bawling.
Your kid comes home with a bad report card, tell them its time to take a
ride, I'll guarantee they'll think twice about their grades.
Body: The body on this Nova was completely tore down and totally redone
professionally. It actually was a fairly solid car to begin with but it did
need new quarters, fenders, and dash frame. These items were all cut away
and replaced with brand new metal which you will see located at the very
bottom of this auction. All of the sheet metal through out the Nova (the
roof, fenders, quarters, floors, trunk, trunk drops, frame rails, rear
sill, cowl, firewall, inner skirts, rockers, pillars, doors) is completely
free of rust and bondo. As you will see within the photos, the marker
lights were removed which gives it a much meaner and leaner appearance. The
Nova also has new Subframe Connectors. The Nova was painted professionally
in a black PPG and as you can see, it was meticulously blocked. It is
extremely straight and slick. There is only one minor blemish through out
the paint which appears to be caused by a rock chip (I believe) on the
drivers side quarter. As you will see within the photos, it is hardly
noticeable. All of the trim and glass through out the Nova is in good shape
with no major pitting or scratches. There is one thing that I will probably
do if we end up not selling the Nova and that would be replacing the hood
with a Cowl. The hood on it now has some blemishes along the front of it
and I personally just do not think that it compliments the Nova that well.
The Nova sits on a set of Corvette wheels with 67 Corvette Centers. It has
15x8's on the rear and 15x7's on the front all of which are wrapped in new
Engine & Mechanical: The 383 within this Nova is phenomonal. It was built
to scare and last. It was built on a 350 4 bolt block which consists of a
Forge Stroker Crank, GM Bowtie Heads with the big valve, a Comp Cam, and
HYD Headers. It has 10:5 compression and as you can hear within the video,
it is Earth shattering. The 383 is powered by a new Holley 670 Street
Avenger carburetor. The motor has around 1k miles on it and does not leak,
smoke, or make any odd noises. It is completely dependable. The 350 turbo Transmission has a 2000 Stall Converter
and also has only 1k miles on it since being built. It shifts out smoothly
with absolutely no problems. It too does not leak. The 10 bolt posi has
4:10 gears and is also in excellent condition. The power steering setup is
in excellent working order on this Nova. It does not squeal or leak any
fluid. The Nova steers exceptionally well and has a very tight comfortable
feel. It cruises down the road straight with out any issues or hesitation.
The front disc brakes on this Nova are also new and are in excellent
working order. The Nova does not shake, shimmy, or pull when braking. All
of the electrical components through out the Nova are in good working
order. The Nova has a brand new set of 2 1/2 inch Exhaust with Summit Mufflers. As you can hear,
it sounds absolutely breath taking.
Interior: The interior as you will see is mostly all new. The front and
rear seat are both in excellent condition. The door panels, carpet, and
headliner are all in good condition. The B&M shifter within the Nova is
brand new and works perfectly.
This Nova has had a tremendous amount of money spent on it. I don't
anticipate it being here long due to the fact that we are not asking a
whole lot for the Nova. You could probably get the body to where it is
today for what we are asking. Please feel free to call me with any
questions or concerns you might have.
1970 Chevrolet Nova 502 Big-block 550HP Muscle Car
1970 Chevrolet Nova Muscle Car, 502c.i. 4BBL (ZZ GM Crate Eng) V8 550
H.P/576 ft-lbs of Torque, Automatic (Hughes turbo 350) Transmission w/ 4000 Stall Conv. Manual
Valve Body & Shift Kit, 10 Bolt Rear w/ 4.10 Posi-Track, Elec. Fuel Pump,
Performance Ignition, B&M Shifter, Autometer Gauge Cluster & Tach,
AM/FM/Cassette w/ Amp, Black Vinyl Interior w/ Bucket Seats, Sub-Frame
Connectors, 4in Flowmaster Exhaust w/
Ceramic Coated Headers, 17in American Racing Polished Aluminum Wheels,
Steel Cowl Hood, Demon Carb, Gorgeous Fit & Finish, Frame-Off Restoration
Done in 2003, Show or Go in this Beauty! A REAL BOD BOY BOW TIE!!
600 Foot+ 1970 Nova Burnout
My brother's Nova after we got his fresh 383 done. We measured this burnout
with a measuring wheel and it was over 600 feet. Like my Camaro we have his car running on
E85 fuel as well.
RARE! 1970 CHEVY NOVA 454 SMALL BLOCK MONSTER! FROM M & M AUTO CLASSICS
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