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  1. Electrical
    Hello guys, I've recently been running into a bunch of electrical issues with my Nova. It's specifically (as it says in the title) a 1975 Chevrolet Nova Custom that has been upgraded from a 262 small block, to a 383 stroker. I'll try to do a run-down of what I'm needing to do. As a side note...
  2. 3rd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    HERE ARE SOME PICS, OF YESTERDAY'S DECONSTRUCTION, OF MY WIFE'S 70 NOVA! WE BOUGHT THIS NOVA COUPLE WEEKS AGO, IN CANNAN, CT...JUST ABOUT INTO THE MASSACHUSSETS BORDER. IT WAS BURIED IN THE WOODS BEHIND A STORE! YOU'D NEVER KNOW IT WAS THERE......SINCE IT IS NO WAY VISIBLE TO TRAFFIC ONLOOKERS...
  3. Member Introductions
    Good day, all. With my practical auto-mechanical experience close to nil, but my drive to learn roaring strong, I decided to register on this forum. It's the first time I've come to a dedicated car forum, and "Amarok" is my first classic car. Ever. ...which means I started drowning in a sea...
  4. 4th Generation Nova's
    Here is my winter driver. Title and pics tell all. Also check out my 78 Nova (not a beater) http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=144384 Let me know what you guys think Mud and snow tires in back About a half inch from laying frame Homemade valve setup
  5. 4th Generation Nova's
    It is a little late in the project for me to start posting but i figured you guys might like to see my project. As some background i just turned seventeen Feb 8th and i work on the car in my free time between school and work. i work 36 hours every week so this project has taken along time. I...
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