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  1. 3rd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    Hey guys, I'm looking for photos of what padded A pillar moldings are supposed to look like. I've found plenty of photos of the stamped steel moldings, but only find folks referencing the padded ones in text. I picked these up a few years ago without knowing much about them, and always sorta...
  2. Drivetrain & Performance
    Hello everyone, So this last weekend it was pretty warm out so I deiced it would be a good time to finally yank my engine and trans. When I bought this car the owner had advertized it has having a 327 engine; however, once the engine was out I decided to run the block casting number and, to my...
  3. Ebay, etc. Discussion
    Here you go, folks. A bit of a project but a 3-speeder. ? GerryLP:cool:
  4. Wheels and Tires
    Putting this for anyone interested in running rockets that always finds the same posts i do saying its not possible. The wheels are 18's in the back and 17's up front. Ill post more pics soon, and no the car is not tubbed lowered or any suspension or body mods including rolled quarter lips...
  5. 3rd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    Hey guys noobie here! Just traded off my 85 iroc z for a 73 that's in pretty good shape, too bad its got the straight six :( exterior and body are in good shape interior not so much! Always have bought cars in good shape before and maintained them well, so I am not sure where to even start with...
  6. Body and Interior
    Hello, I have looked all over for a reproduction and original 4-speed shifter humps for my 1973. Unfortunately I have not found one. Therefore I am now looking for alternative 4-speed shifter humps. I prefer one that is non-console. I have found a 1972 nova 4-speed shifter humps but it was...
  7. Wheels and Tires
    Most all wheel/tire combo threads I have read said that you could run a 255/60/15 rear tire with 4.5" backspacing. I was wondering if you could fit that tire size on a 15x7 wheel with only 4", 4.125" or 4.25" of backspacing?:confused:
  8. Steering, Suspension, and Chassis
    I have read that you can fit a 255-60-15 rear tire on a 15x7 wheel with 4.5" of backspace, but can you fit that tire size with only 4.125" of backspace without making any modifications?:confused:
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