Nova's blown 383
This is a blown 383 (706 hp) in a '67 Chevy Nova. This little video was
taken the first time it was cranked. Still not drivable yet, because it's
in the process of being tubbed right now. Gonna be a blast!!
UPDATE AS OF 11-14-07: All chrome, windshields, interior, etc. has been
stripped and the car is in the paint shop. We should have it back soon and
then it's on to upholstery shop. I took a couple pics of it yesterday and
it's lookin' good. It's a metallic tangerine/orange candy. GRAB YOUR
My excuse for the picture quality of the video is that I had a new digital
camera and didn't know much about how to work it yet.
blown 66 chevy 2 nova
This is one of the first starts of my prostreet 66 chevy 2, AFR heads,
flat top pistons with 9.5 to 1 compression, dual mighty demon 650 gas
carbs, 355 with a 6-71 blower on 6 lbs of Boost. Exhaust is 1-7/8" primary with 3" mandrel bent
tubes through flowmasters all the way back.
Storm Warning Altered Wheelbase 1965 Nova 396 Engine Start-Up and Maiden Voyage!
Watch as we fire-up the Joe Sherman Racing 396 in our 1965 Altered
Wheelbase Nova "Storm Warning", and then take her for a Maiden Voyage
through the neighborhood! Today is March 9, 2010 and we started this
project 1 year, 8 months and 29 days ago! You can see the entire story,
from start to finish, at www.alteredwheelbasenova.com! Funny Cars Forever!