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Here is a link to my flickr page with pics of the car.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2468483335/in/set-72157604098017204/


Year: 1968

Model: Chevy II/Nova

Body/Exterior:2 door

Front End:stock

Engine:355 V8

Transmission:4 speed Saginaw

Rear End: stock 8.2 3.08 soon to be ford 9inch with 3.55 posi

Exhaust: Dual flowmaster super 40's

Wheels/Tires: old style torq thrust. soon to be rally wheels

Interior: Black vynl bench seat

Electrical: stock

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Sound system:CD, 6X9 rear speakers

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I am in the process of getting ready ti paint the car it is filler primed and block sanded just waiting for final paint.
 

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would you happen to have any pictures of the underside of the nova? specifically where you hung the flowmasters / your exhaust tubing? im thinking about putting dual 44s on my nova, but im not sure on how to go about it. Thanks!

Not meant to hi-jack 68-4speed's thread but here are a few clear pics of my daughter's '71. These are original 40's but have the same dimensions as the super 44's I think. Pipe diameter is 2.5".









 

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Nice ride you got there, then again, I am partial to 68 novas!:yes: What part of St Louis do live in? I used to live in Affton but moved back to California about 5 years ago. I do miss St. Louis, especially Bandana's restaurant and Ted Drews! It was also nice being 20 min from Gateway raceway!
 

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hi there
did you paint that gas tank? if so what color exactly and what type of paint? thanks



We cleaned up the tank with a wire brush on a grinder and that took it to bare metal. Then we sprayed it with etching primer from a rattle can, then a charcoal metalic. Not sure of the exact color, but I may be able to find the can.:thumbsup: update...Dupli-color T183 gray (M) metalic



 
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