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fastone27 4th-March-2012 03:17 PM

fastone27 -67 Nova
 

Year:1967

Model:Nova

Engine: 355 with digital fuel injection

Body/Exterior: All oriiginal sheetmetal not even a patch panel ! Original floors and trunk as well. paint is about 3 years old basecoat/clearcoat black

Front End:TCI with sway bar and power disc brakes

Transmission: turbo 350 with 2800 stall and B&M shifter in stock SS console

Rear End: Stock width 10 bolt with 3:73 posi

Exhaust: shorty headers with 2-1/2 inch pipes and blowmaster mufflers (soon to be switched to all stainless exhaust with magnaflow mufflers and crossover)

Wheels/Tires: Boze Injected, polished centers and barrels and then ceramic clear-coated so i never have to worry about polishing! fronts 18X7 with 4" b.s. and Dunlop 225/45/18 Backs are 18X8.5 with 5" b.s. and Dunlop 245/45/18

Interior:Mostly stock interior including original seats ,door panels. Just added the SS console with the B&M shifter, afterrmarket gauges, and tach with shift light. Billet steering wheel. Recently purchased a complete aftermarket gauge cluster but still contemplating if i am going to install it or leave it like it is. Would like to add the procar seats and have the back recovered to match?

Electrical: Mostly stock except for gauges and fuel injection

Accessories/Options:

Sound system: sony cd player in glove compartment. never use it!

Additional Comments: This is my first 2nd gen after having owned several 1st gens. This is a great car and have many more plans for it including CPP big brake kit front and back even thou it stops really good as it is. (more for looks with the bigger wheels now) and cleaning up engine compartment and possibly building a new motor> ... Theres always something to do on them. Probably won't go the full pro-touring route with it as i love it just the way it is.

RumpRat 4th-March-2012 03:49 PM

:yes: Very nice ride. :yes: Bet that's real sweet with the fuel injection reliability and performance.

batman09 4th-March-2012 04:17 PM

Beautiful car!!!

Novaman Oscar 4th-March-2012 04:41 PM

daaaaaaamn!!! super nice! :D

Fast65 4th-March-2012 05:38 PM

sweet ride Fastone:yes:

Frank

Sleepr66 4th-March-2012 05:55 PM

Really nice car! Thanks for the pictures.

wagon Taylor 4th-March-2012 06:17 PM

Nice and clean.

1quik69 4th-March-2012 07:17 PM

Beautiful car.

Mark Keenum 5th-March-2012 11:12 AM

I don't know........there's just something about a black '67 that I _really_ like.

Beautiful car, man!

Hey, did ya'll get hit with a tornado Friday night?

fastone27 5th-March-2012 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark Keenum (Post 1799440)
I don't know........there's just something about a black '67 that I _really_ like.

Beautiful car, man!

Hey, did ya'll get hit with a tornado Friday night?

Thanks for asking Mark! But it actually was less than a mile from my house and it followed the road up to about a mile from my shopas well !!We were veeery lucky! We did get the family down to the basement as we heard the tornado siren go off! It made a mess of ALOT of homes around here! Thank god we were spared! And thanks for the comments !

bladeys 6th-March-2012 12:40 PM

Very nice job. What is done on the rear to fit those meats?

fastone27 6th-March-2012 02:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bladeys (Post 1800214)
Very nice job. What is done on the rear to fit those meats?

Not a thing other than rolling the fender lips I promise! I did take extra time to make sure i took advantage of all the room i had and i feel i even played it pretty conservative only going to a 8.5 wheel. As you can see from the pics I have plenty of room left. (well sorta)
http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...ar-wheel-3.jpg
http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...rear-wheel.jpg
http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...ar-wheel-4.jpg

Mark Keenum 7th-March-2012 09:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fastone27 (Post 1799464)
Thanks for asking Mark! But it actually was less than a mile from my house and it followed the road up to about a mile from my shopas well !!We were veeery lucky! We did get the family down to the basement as we heard the tornado siren go off! It made a mess of ALOT of homes around here! Thank god we were spared! And thanks for the comments !

Glad to hear & thank God!

BTW, that is one clean car.

Clean 65 7th-March-2012 10:04 AM

Beautiful ride!

tbills66 7th-March-2012 01:07 PM

Nice ride.


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