1962 Chevy II Nova, Big Block
My 1962 Chevy II Nova, out for the spring 2011. Been sitting for the last
6-7 winter months in storage (thats why the brakes are howling). Took a
video of it since I was about to send it off to its new owner and I never
really had anything of it all finished.
-454, 10.5:1 Compression, CompCams 288/294 duration, 521/540 lift,
hydraulic roller cam. Alum. heads etc.
-400 turbo trans with 3000 stall
-3" mandrel bent Exhaust with x-pipe
and Dynatech mufflers.
-Narrowed 9" ford, ladder bars, mini tubbed.
-17x7 & 18x9.5 Billet Specialties Vintec Dished wheels
-Shaved all the trim, handles, etc, cowl louvers filled, modified, smoothed
firewall, custom one piece tail lights, tons of subtle changes to the car.
1966 Nova Pro Street 1
1966 Nova Pro Street 502 BBC 400 turbo
with break Ford 9" Strange axles Wilwood Brakes Carbon Fiber Seats, gauges
and dash Billit Specialities 20"x15 rear 18"x7 front MT radials Air Ride
Tech Alston front and Rear chassis
1967 Chevy Nova Pro Street
1967 Nova Pro street 540ci BBC,Accel DFI fuel injection,TH400 ect... The
converter is way to loose. It did'nt come in till almost 5000 rpm's. Engine
made 749 hp on engine Dyno.
134746 / 1962 Chevrolet Nova
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Equipped with modern Chevrolet power, a smooth automatic transmission and a
thoroughly updated appearance, this slick Nova has been drawing stares ever
since it rolled off the trailer. And if you're ready to feel the summer
breeze behind the wheel of a storied Detroit legend, it's a chance to turn
your dreams into reality!
Built to be a head-turning showpiece, this sinister coupe features a
detailed, custom appearance that's highlighted by a spectacular color
combination and bright, mirror-like accents. Take one look down the sides
of the car's slick body and it becomes very obvious that great care was
taken to ensure all gaps are at better-than-factory standards. Step closer
to the car's wet looking finish and check out straight and ripple-free
panels that aren't plagued by any rust or major imperfections. Grab the
car's well-adjusted hood and feel how smoothly it opens to provide
excellent fit which is set off by a glossy clearcoat shine. And it all adds
up to one top-notch resto-mod that transforms traditional muscle car style
into multi-dimensional swagger!
Built to tear up the street and wow show goers alike, the car's fully
balanced LT4, which combines a sturdy iron block and lightweight aluminum
heads with a full outfit of Street & Performance chrome, transforms stout
11.5 to 1 compression into razor-sharp throttle response. At the front of
the Jet Black block, a modern accessory drive spins a chrome alternator and
rebuilt water pump below a big, reusable filter element. Once air enters
that filter, it flows through a beefy Holley throttle body to a factory
intake that's bolted down over high quality internals. Distilled fossils
are provided by GM electronic fuel injection. Sparks are sequenced through
MSD 6AL ignition and vivid MSD Super Conductor plug wires. Spent gases
swirl through slick, ceramic-coated block huggers. And cooling comes
courtesy of a proven aluminum radiator that's fitted with sleeved hoses,
two electronic puller fans and a small chrome cap.
That buff LT4 utilizes a rebuilt GM 4L60E 4-speed and Ford 9-inch rear end
to spin a proven Traction-Lok differential and rugged, 31-spline axles
around solid, 3.70 gears. Holding that stellar drivetrain off the ground is
a completely rebuilt suspension which benefits from a Chris Alston's
Chassisworks subframe, adjustable Ridetech ShockWaves, a 4-bar rear section
and manual rack and pinion steering. Stops come quickly thanks to a Wilwood
4-wheel disc brake system that features drilled and slotted rotors at all
four corners. Spent gases are managed by large, aluminized pipes, which
make good use of wicked Flowmaster mufflers. And power pounds the pavement
through mirrored Hot Wheels Sixty-Eights, which spin 215/45ZR17 Dunlop SP
Sports in front of 235/45ZR17 Dunlop SP Sports.
Inside this Chevy, classic style is augmented with seamlessly integrated
customization. The car's TMI-branded seats, which feature attractive
contrasting stitching, are all-day comfortable and display supple leather
covers that fit without any significant wrinkles or creases. At the base of
those seats, fade-free carpet frames aftermarket foot pedals and a clean
B&M QuickSilver shifter. Above that shifter, a leather-capped dash hangs an
array of Auto Meter Pro Comp Ultra Light gauges around a high quality
Eclipse CD player and small control panel for the car's Ridetech
suspension. And in front of the driver, a polished steering wheel spins a
color-keyed rim around a tilting Flaming River column.
This robust resto-mod looks absolutely predatory, and will likely attract a
TON of attention wherever it goes. If you're ready to hit the road in
style, call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!
Come get SCHOOL'ED 1966 Chevy Step Side Mud Dragster
San Antonio Mud Drags Please feel free to check out the website for
upcoming events and pictures.
Gotta say this is one of my fav's at the track. Just the old school look,
and still rolling on leaf spring's. And powered by a small block chevy.
Check it out and leave a comment and rate, let me know what you think.
keep on rockin
Skull Crusher Adventures
rockin TEXAS style
1000 HP 1963 Chevy Nova SS - A Day At The Track V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - Joe Kosiba is one of those guys who likes to keep
his stuff in order. His house and truck are always spotless, and his
garage is so clean it could double as a showroom. We've often found that
shops that are too clean never see any work, but Joe also knows how to get
things done. Take his '63 Nova, for example. He's owned it for a long
time, and it has gone through several transformations over the years,
resulting in the car you see in this video. Today it's an arrow-straight
street / strip terror that makes around 1000 horsepower from a small
block sucking Nitrous Oxide. In this
video, Joe takes the car to the World Street Challenge to run in the Wild
Street class where you have to drive the car 30 miles, then run
back-to-back dragstrip passes to qualify. Joe's Nova ended up winning
the class with low 9-second quarter mile passes at around 150 miles per
hour. If you ask Joe, it's just good clean fun. You can also see this
car featured in the May, 2009, Car Craft Magazine.
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.