1971 nova ss

Zhedding

Zhedding

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Apr 2, 2018
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My project outside of my 1985 monte se is my 1971 nova ss, build a lq4/80e for it while rebuilding the body, so far I've put new floor pans, quarters, wheel housings, trunk pan, drop offs, and tail pan in it. Lots to do!
 
Turbo Zach

Turbo Zach

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I also have a 70 Nova. I would like to see pictures.
 
Turbo Zach

Turbo Zach

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If you run into a part you can't find. I have some crap laying around. Mine is mostly a street legal drag car.
 
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Doug Chahoy

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Nov 21, 2016
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Always a fave. I had a 68 about 10 years ago. The last year it was called a Chevy II from the factory. And the last year for the ignition on the dashboard. Like Gbodeis, you can do anything to them.
 
UNGN

UNGN

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There are a lot of 68-72 Nova guys still out there in the prime 50-65 age range (that had one in high school, before they got married, etc) and not many good '68-72 Novas left. With an LS/4L80 build, you can't go wrong as a place to store money.

Make it nice and people will be offering you money for it where ever you go.
 
Turbo Zach

Turbo Zach

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It should look some what like this when it is done.:whistle:
 
MrSony

MrSony

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I kinda wouldn't mind a 68-72 four door nova, even a 6cyl PG car. Just to drive around town in. THAT, would be a nice daily. Unless I need to go above 55mph.
 

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