Camaro Dream Rod "SC454"
I don't know how to describe this car...but to say it's very cool.. it is a
one off.. totally hand build Dream Rod...All car guys have dreamed of
designing our very own over the top Hot Rod.. my friend Dale did it...he
started with a dream and a Drawing...this is what he ended up with...and he
is going to sell it at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale January 2013...you just
have to see the video to understand...check it out!
1967 Nova Street Machine
A 1967 Nova Street Machine that has just come into Steve Holcomb Pro Auto
Custom Interiors for a full custom interior...this is one cool car
now...but wait till it gets a custom interior...very cool!!
1967 Nova Pro Street
A 1967 Nova I shot at The Grand Rod Run...I love the car...but I hate why
it was there..The owner was trying to sell it...Times had got tough...I
hate to see someone having to sell there Baby...
1966 Chevrolet Nova Pro Touring $52,500.00
Clean Tennessee car, 1481 miles on Documented Frame-Off Restoration,
beautiful Shadow gray metallic paint, black vinyl interior, 406 ci engine,
Muncie M22 "Rock Crusher" 4 speed manual transmission with hydraulic
clutch, EFI Fast Fuel Injection system, MSD 6AL-2 Programmable ignition
with Pro Billet distributor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, roller camshaft,
Sanderson ceramic headers, billet breather, & valve covers, IFS front &
rear suspension with tubular upper & lower control arms and rack & pinion
steering, Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes with power coated calipers and
slotted & drilled rotors, polished aluminum radiator with shroud, bucket
seats, Hurst shifter, Autometer Carbon Fiber tach & gauges, billet steering
wheel, Kenwood custom sound system, Flowmaster dual Exhaust with electric dumps, nodular 9" Ford
rear end with 3.42 posi rear end, 4 link rear suspension with coil-overs,
275/40ZR18 Nitto rear tires, 205/50ZR17 fronts, 17 & 18" Billet Specialties
wheels, cowl hood, Show or Go Pro Touring Duce!
134617 / 1967 Chevy Nova
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cdk92pd
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.
Wicked Sounding 1966 Chevy II Nova 468 Big-block V8 Monster
I'll try to bring you a full video on this car soon, but I thought you'd
like to hear this monster rumble. Believe me, the video doesn't really do
it justice, this thing is a beast! This 1966 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova has a
468c.i. 4BBL (Performance Built) V8, 4 Speed (Muncie) Manual Transmission,
Ford 9in Rear w/ 3.50 Limited Slip, Rack & Pinion Steering, Hurst Shifter,
Front Disc Brakes, All New Stock Style Interior, Gauge Cluster in Glove
Box, Tilt Wheel, Aluminum Radiator w/ Electric Fan, 4-Link Rear Suspension
w/ Coil-Over Shocks, Heidts Complete Bolt in Front Suspension, BFG Radial
Tires, 14 & 17 inch Steel Wheels w/ Dog Dish Hubcaps, Performance Intake,
Cam, & Ignition, Ceramic Coated Headers w/ Dual Flowmaster Exhaust, Beautiful Fit & Finish! Restored
Approx. 2 Years Ago, Tastefully Built & Modified! Bad Boy Bow Tie! Mean
Street Stance Pro Tour Classic Chevy II Nova!! Thanks for checking it out!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St Charles, MO
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
132362 / 1966 Chevy Nova SS
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6v8uera
Sleepers are some of our favorite cars here at RK Motors Charlotte because
they represent ingenuity and craftsmanship designed to put big horsepower in an anonymous
package. For your consideration, we submit this very clean 1966 Chevy Nova
SS hardtop in period-correct turquoise paint, which is powered by a blown
L82 small block under the hood. Is it fast? What do you think?
Actually, the color is code FF Marina Blue, and it's exactly the last color
that you'd expect to eat your lunch at the stop light grand prix. Whose
grandmother didn't have a car that looked just like this? That's the
secret, of course, and your eyes glance over this car but don't linger,
which is just how the sleeper likes it. The handsome lines of the Nova were
typical '60s conservative, and just because they've become popular doesn't
mean they're any more noticeable today than they were forty-five years ago.
Panel gaps are good, but not too good, and the finish is nice, but not too
nice. There's much more to keeping a low profile than factory colors and a
nondescript body style.
The big investment was made on this car is all under the skin. The engine
is a 350 cubic inch L82 small block with four-bolt mains for durability and
a set of reworked aluminum heads to save weight. The dominant feature under
the hood, however, is the massive Vortech Supercharger perched up high and force-feeding the
engine up to 5 pounds of Boost.
Combined with 8.5:1 compression, it makes for a ferocious street piece
that's quick under all circumstances. You'll find yourself riding a wave of
supercharged torque that feels endless, and it hurls the lightweight car
forward like a catapult on the USS Nimitz. The engine bay is clean and tidy
like the rest of the car, with a minimum of flash. Sure, there are some
cool black valve covers with red Chevrolet emblems, and some aircraft
quality lines feeding the fuel system, but otherwise the investment is all
in the hardware, making this one quick, nasty little Nova.
This is also an original 4-speed car, and it still carries a freshly
rebuilt Muncie M20 behind the engine. In back, it has been upgraded with a
bulletproof 12-bolt full of 4.10 gears on a Posi limited slip, which surely
deserve some of the credit for this car's astounding acceleration. The
chassis is extremely clean, and the work is only two years old, so there
are few signs of road use since it was completed. The front suspension
components have been powder coated for long-term durability and the entire
fuel system has been rebuilt from front to back, including a return line to
accommodate the Supercharger's varying
fuel needs. Up front there are disc brakes to ensure that it stops as well
as it goes, and it rolls on a set of handsome Rally wheels. Finishing off
the sleeper look are a set of redline radials which look vintage but grip
like modern tires, giving you another advantage.
According to the cowl tag, this was also an original bucket seat car, and
it has been fully restored in correct code 737 bright blue. Stock condition
means no raised eyebrows from competitors, but it also means this car is
nicely finished with no questionable modifications. In fact, the only
changes to the interior are a set of auxiliary gauges hanging under the
dash, including one for keeping an eye on the Supercharger's Boost. The seat covers, door panels,
headliner, and dash pad are all new and look fantastic in the Marina Blue
coupe. There's also a factory-issued center console housing the shifter for
the 4-speed manual underneath, and the original AM radio with rear speaker
remains in the dash.
How cool is it to have a restored Nova SS packing a big horsepower supercharged
engine that remains completely invisible most of the time? The workmanship
throughout this car is excellent, and you can show it with pride just about
anywhere. Nova fans will appreciate its basic goodness, but you'll have to
decide each time you show it whether to give away its secrets. If that's
your idea of a good time, we have your car. Call today!
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.