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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by John 79, Jul 4, 2012.
I would love to have a 327 in my Nova.
Ok,the spacers are in,mounted them in aboute 45min.
The front end need a alignment now,badly
Spacers in Place with and withoute load.
Before and after.
Looks like there's nothing even close on an early Nova to bind the spacer! I was looking for an early Nova to do as a BBC powered gasser, but they want crazy money around here for rusted crap. I ended up finding a '63 Falcon for $500, and built it with my 464 BBC instead. Not the Nova I wanted, but close enough.
Not trying to hi -jack the thread. Just offering
Want to buy another one..... we got few hours left on the bidding or call the number and come get it.
Item number: 171055275530
Great idea on the ball joint spacers. on the other chevy's these only work for travel not hieight, but the way they have the coil on top, it seems like they were made for these cars to raise. Great job!!
I had a hard time to find a 65 or older Nova over here too.
Alot of them are pure race cars with modern chassies and no way near street legal.
This one is sold new here in Sweden and probably had a straight six and 3 speed from the beginning.
I was impressed with how much it raised the front,and super easy to install.
Just got to get a new frontend alignment.
The car really has a new attitude and altitude too, looks great John.
I dont want to brag aboute my own cars but i think it got alot better.
And it was a really easy and cheap way to raise the front.
Looks like you got some fun stuff too
I love primered beasts like your lil Chevy II!
Glad you like it.
Mounted some mags in the front too.
Awesome Nova. Great thread.
Looking good. The dual redline front runners are epic.
Have you done anything else to it John?
Yes, i sold it
Got a new owner aboute 7months ago.
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