THE CLEANEST 1966 Chevy NOVA
This has got to be the cleanest 1966 Chevrolet II Nova I have ever seen.
Inside, and out! And everything under the car is just as clean too. The
paint job on this beast is over the top! LOVe this car!!
134617 / 1967 Chevy Nova
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This 1967 Chevrolet Nova is a stare producing machine that wraps a custom
interior and a modern drivetrain in one of the straightest and most
impressive bodies in our RK Motors Charlotte showroom. This Nova is a take
no prisoners build that benefitted from a full frame up build in 2008. Once
the exceptionally straight body panels were properly aligned and prepped,
the car was covered in Nissan code CV0 Sand Dune basecoat/clearcoat paint.
Keeping the car firmly planted to the pavement is a great looking set of 17
inch Billet Specialties Fast Lane polished aluminum wheels with 225/45
front and 245/45 rear Bridgestone Potenza G009s. The smoothed engine bay
houses a Generation II LT1 Corvette motor utilizes a cast iron block,
aluminum heads, 4 bolt mains, batch-fire fuel injection and speed density
fuel management to provide an even 300 horsepower and an even
better 340 lb./ft. of torque. Underneath the car you'll find: a 4L60E
4-speed automatic transmission, a GM 10 bolt posi-traction rear end that
houses unbreakable 3.73 Richmond gears, front end braces, a modified sub
frame, tubular upper and lower control arms, GM power disc brakes, rear
mono leaf springs, rear QA1 gas shocks and a true dual Exhaust system that is complete with an H-pipe,
turbo mufflers and turn downs located
just behind the rear wheels. Inside this Nova you'll find a completely
custom Paul Atkins leather upholstery that includes maroon leather seats, a
custom body matched dash, Classic Instruments gauges, a direct fit AM/FM
radio, a Vintage Air air conditioning system, a custom console, a Lokar
shifter, custom door panels and a body matched tilt steering column that
holds a GM Rallye wheel. If you're looking for a car that is perfect cruise
night eye candy and has performance to back up its good looks, this Chevy
II belongs in your driveway.
1970 NOVA PROCHARGED 572
1970 Chevy Nova "NOTORIOUS"
ProCharged 572 w/ over 1000hp
One-off Billet Specialties Wheels
Recovery Room interior
1966 Chevy II Pro Street
A 1966 Chevy II that is in Steve Holcomb Pro Auto Custom Interiors getting
a little work done...While it was there I took the opportunity to shoot a
video of it...Of course it looks killer....but wait till you hear
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Nova SS 1967
1967 Nova SS with "Standard" Flowmaster 40 Series. dual Exhaust.350 built cammed, edlbrock performer
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.
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
RS Fast Track IRS Overview
The Roadster Shop's new Fast Track Independent Rear Suspension has been
designed from the ground up for unparalleled performance. Phil and Jeremy
Gerber show just how this was accomplished.
Customized Cars from the Past
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A development of hot rodding, the change in name corresponded to the change
in the design of the cars being modified. The first hot rods were pre-World
War II cars, with running boards and simple fenders over the wheels. Early
model cars (1929 to 1934) were modified by removing the running boards and
either removing the fenders entirely or replacing them with very light
"cycle fenders". Later models usually had "fender skirts" installed on the
rear fenders. Many cars were "hopped up" with engine modifications such as
adding additional carburetors, high compression heads and dual Exhausts. "Engine swaps" were done, the object
of which was to put the most powerful engine in the lightest possible frame
and body combination. The suspension was usually altered. Initially this
involved lowering the rear end as much as possible with the use of
"lowering blocks" on the rear springs. Later cars were given a "rake job"
either adding a "dropped" front axle or heating front coil springs to make
the front end of the car much lower than the rear. Much later some hot rods
and custom cars swapped the old solid rear axle for an independent rear
axle, often from Jaguar. Only rarely was the grille of one make of car
replaced by another; one exception was the 1937 Buick grille, often used on
a Ford. (In the 1950s and 1960s, the grille swap of choice was the 1953 De
Soto.) The original hot rods were plainly painted like the Model A Fords
from which they had been built up, and only slowly begun to take on colors,
and eventually fancy orange-yellow flamed hoods or "candy-like" deep
acrylic finishes in the various colors.
With the change in automobile design to encase the wheels in fenders and to
extend the hood to the full width of the car, the former practices were no
longer possible. In addition, there was tremendous automotive advertising
and subsequent public interest in the new models in the 1950s. Hence custom
cars came into existence, swapping headlamp rings, grilles, bumpers, chrome
side strips, and tail lights, as well as "frenching" and "tunnelling" head-
and taillights. The bodies of the cars were changed by cutting through the
sheet metal, removing bits to make the car lower, welding it back together,
and adding a lot of lead to make the resulting form smooth (hence the term
"lead sled"; lead has been replaced by Bondo). By this means, "chopping"
made the roof lower; "sectioning" made the body thinner from top to bottom.
"Channeling" was cutting notches in the floorpan where the body touches the
frame to lower the whole body. Fins were often added from other cars, or
made up from sheet steel. In the custom car culture, someone who merely
changed the appearance without also substantially improving the performance
was looked down upon.
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