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the gal that I purchased the nova from became second owner in 1974 she drove this car is a daily driver roughly 60 miles per day. she said the big
block was killing her on gas so she had it swapped out. someone got a
sweet deal. the car still retains it's born with rear end, trans and bellhousing,
and original alternator go figure
Great find! I found a 70 hugger orange BB Nova project in Wisconsin a few years ago. After a couple months of investigation and alot of phone calls I ended up finding the original engine so there is always a chance if you choose to go that way. Mine has the same stereo and speakers as yours which I thought was kind of rare for a BB car. Does yours have a m21?
I have an 854 block, J 10 9 casting, CKO 10/16/ stamped on the front pad with no vin # stamped there. It actually is a 70 Camaro motor as the vin # is stamped down by the oil filter. It is rebuilt and ready to go with matching I 28 291 heads and correct intake manifold. If any interest PM me. Would be perfect for a 10C car.
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