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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:02 PM   #16
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Thanks For the nice warm welcoming btw guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:11 PM   #17
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Thanks For the nice warm welcoming btw guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good to see another 4th gen... Welcome to Steve's!
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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:12 PM   #18
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I have always and i mean ALWAYS loved the 4th gen nova's! I mean i love cars in general based on wellness and durability and but of course power but this nova is the lime light of vehicles too me!
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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:20 PM   #19
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I have always and i mean ALWAYS loved the 4th gen nova's! I mean i love cars in general based on wellness and durability and but of course power but this nova is the lime light of vehicles too me!
Like most guys (I am generalizing, put down the pitch forks) I thought I loved a lot of cars, the stingray, belair, falcon, even the 77 checker marathon, but the first time I laid my eyes on a 77 Nova, that was it. It was hook, line and sinker.

I cried when my 77 was found stripped (special place in hell for someone) and was told it was sent off for scrap after that...then I found one like her again 25 years later...

oh well sorry for the sidetrack down memory lane... Again welcome!
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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:24 PM   #20
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Like most guys (I am generalizing, put down the pitch forks) I thought I loved a lot of cars, the stingray, belair, falcon, even the 77 checker marathon, but the first time I laid my eyes on a 77 Nova, that was it. It was hook, line and sinker.

I cried when my 77 was found stripped (special place in hell for someone) and was told it was sent off for scrap after that...then I found one like her again 25 years later...

oh well sorry for the sidetrack down memory lane... Again welcome!
No man i get what your sayings, The Nova holds a special place in my heart! Dads 77 Nova started it all and i was took away when i got a hold of the guy with mine now, Btw i am having a bit of trouble putting it in my name and its started to upset me. I did not know id have this much trouble with it.

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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:27 PM   #21
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Btw i am having a bit of trouble putting it in my name and its started to upset me. I did not know id have this much trouble with it.
Personal suggestion, get this straightened out before you do anything else. 1st thing I did when I got this one was go to the highway department, got the title. Done. Get this done first.
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Old 29th-January-2013, 02:29 PM   #22
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Oh i have not done anything to it other than washed it, I have to get the newer title due to the guy getting a new one for some reason. But I did research to make sure it wasnt a stolen vehicle first and its not so i just got to find him... Which has been very very hard.
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Old 29th-January-2013, 03:14 PM   #23
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Welcome from SoCal, can't wait to see more pics.
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Old 29th-January-2013, 10:09 PM   #24
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Old 30th-January-2013, 10:45 AM   #25
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Well i spoke to my women's dad yesterday who is a big and i mean BIG classic restorer and or builder of custom cars and he said that where some small things having to do with the owner may play to my advantage and that if all else fails i can just try to get a 76 nova shell with a title from someone around here and just swap my engine and what not into it to call it my own. Hope to god my luck prevails for once.
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Old 31st-January-2013, 02:12 AM   #26
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Welcome from socal Got my self a 76 concours
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Old 13th-March-2013, 02:54 PM   #27
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In the process of getting the title for the trouble some Nova i have but in the next few weeks or months as long as for some reason the guy does not come out of the wood workings i will then legally own the Dream car i have always wanted! Have to do a Credit in Possession paperwork stuff and after its all finished they will put it in my name for me! Just not certain on how to do it all due to never having done it before...
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