1962 nova bad mofo prostreet
my 1962 nova for sale
1966 Chevy Nova II Pro Street startup
496 BBC, Callies crank, Callies rods, SRP pistons 10 1/2 comp, Merlin heads, Snieder solid roller cam, Crowler and Crane valve parts, turbo 400 with TCI shift kit, Coan manual valve body and max performance converter, Square tube frame, Heidts Mustang II front, Chris Alston rear rails, Fab 9 rear end housing with four link, Strange S Case, 35 spline Detroit Locker, Moser axels and Strange drive shaft, Front Wilwood disk brakes and rotors, rear is Areo Space, QA1 coil overs in all four corners, Dynoed at 640 hp.
MY PRO STREET 62 CHEVY NOVA
12.5 to 1 406 sbc 456 gears 5500 stall powerglide transbrake / delay box tubbed out etc etc.
134746 / 1962 Chevrolet Nova
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