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  1. 1962-67 Chevy II parts *WANTED*
    Looking for someone that has a used bolt on aftermarket front end for first gen Chevy II project.
    $1,234 USD
  2. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    I took my car to an highly recommended alignment shop here in Vegas. They tried 4 times. They were able to align my 64 chevy II (originally a 6cyl now a blown 383stroker with a never sprayed 175shot of nos making 596rwhp on motor alone) but after driving it for a block, it goes out of alignment...
  3. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    Hey guys check out the new front clip we just built for my Acadian. It's mustang II based with Wilwood Pro Spindles and custom steering arms to eliminate any bump steer. I also have it set up with Bilstein Coil Overs and a SBC. It's sitting in epoxy right now. What do you think? More...
  4. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    I am a newbie and hope this is the correct place to post this thread. I just wanted to share my experience improving my ride with a new CPP mini K-member front suspension upgrade that includes upper and lower tubular control arms. I also added a anti-sway bar to improve the cornering handling...
  5. Body and Interior
    I am looking for a master bolt kit, or even better yet a front end bolt kit for my '67 chevy II rebuild. I've already purchased all new metal and Heidts subframe and while i'm at it i'd like to replace all the nuts and bolts with a new product, as it seems to be easier than tumbling all the old...
  6. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    I am having my 65 Nova brought back to life and my body man has showed me where the front frame rails were previously patched. Well, the patch work is terrible, and it has rusted out pretty bad. He is suggesting that I get a Mustang II front end. I am just wondering what some of my options are...
  7. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    just put new control arm bushings , ball joints, HD 350 coil springs and new shocks in my 68. and the front of the car is still not level ? and ideas. Thanks Rusty
  8. Body and Interior
    Hello I am thinking of saving to buy a Nova, but the 68'-74' models are harder to find, more expensive, and (in my opinion) better looking to me then the 75'-79'. I was wondering if anyone have fabricated, or acquired the body of a 68'-74' nova, and applied it to the later model nova? Or maybe...
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