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I was at the beginning of my senior year when i found "the one" in Oakdale, CA right by my dad's shop. Had the original 2 bolt main 350 bottom end but had different heads, gear drive, flowtech headers, a mild cam, 40 series flowmasters, no interior except seats, shift kit in the TH350 trans, B&M Mega Shifter, one-legger rear end, but I was instantly in love with this car. From then on every paycheck from the grocery store went toward performance parts for the car. I've owned it for 10 years now. Bought it for $3500
1969 Chevrolet Nova (Black)


350 small block
2 bolt main
10.2:1 cr
Elgin solid flat tappet cam, .555 lift
Pro Comp aluminum heads, hand ported, 2.02/1.60
stud girdles, guide plates
Comp 1.6 roller rockers
Pro Comp single plane high rise intake, hand ported
Erson fixed idler gear drive
MSD Pro Billet distributor, 6A box, Blaster 2 coil
Summit high volume water pump, flex fan
Summit aluminum radiator
750 Mighty Demon carb
Ceramic coated Hooker super comp headers 1 3/4
Duel electric exhaust cutouts
Polished tall aluminum valve covers
TCI trans cooler
TH350 trans, TCI reverse manual valve body
ACC 3600 stall converter
B&M Mega Shifter
10 bolt rear end, Auburn Posi, 4.11 Richmond gears
Moser 28 spline C-clip axles
When I bought the car, the front seats were out of a full size Impala and didn't fit the car. So my interior guy traded me some bucket seats out of a modern car with lumbar adjustment instead. Vinyl on the edges and black cloth where your back and ass rests cause i hate sticking to the seats on hot summer days. Went with 80/20 loop black carpet from classic industries, under the carpet is the Jegs quiet ride sound and heat dampener from the firewall up the rear seat shelf, factory headliner and new door panels front and rear from Classic as well
I had all the minor dings and imperfections fixed at the body shop, sanded the car down to bare metal, and finally had it sprayed a matte black
Stock suspension with Energy Suspension bushings throughout the car
KYB shocks
Lakewood traction bars on Multi leaf springs
adjustable leaf spring shackles
All new front end parts from Moog
Soon to have Cal tracs instead of traction bars
Wilwood D52 dual piston calipers
Cross-drilled and slotted rotors
Stainless braided brake lines
welded in Sub frame connectors
Wheel and Tire
Cragar Street Star wheels
15x8 rear
15x7 front
powder coated gloss black
275/50-15 BFG Drag Radials in the rear
215/60-15 Uniroyal Tiger paw up front



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