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Year: 1967

Model: Nova

Engine: 350, Weiand Stealth intake, Edelbrock 750 carb, Comp Cam XE262

Body/Exterior: Texas car, originally turquoise, now Victory Red

Front End: stock

Transmission: M20, Hurst Competition Plus shifter

Rear End: stock 8.2, open w/ 3.08's

Exhaust: Rams Horn manifolds w/ Flowmaster 40's

Wheels/Tires: Weld Pro Star's, BFG Radial T/A's

Interior: Stock

Electrical: Stock

Accessories/Options: Sunpro Tach, Sunpro Triple gauge set

Sound system: See exhaust.

Comments: Good cruiser, drive the wheels off it.
 

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Thanks Veno, it came to me in a roundabout way for sure. The durn thing was driven back from Waco about 10 years ago, then parked in the weeds. Couldn't let a piece of prime American nostalgia go to waste. Give me a T for Texas, give me a T for Tennessee.

JR, International Harvester and Farmall guys say "If it ain't Red, keep it in the shed."

 

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What are you useing to clean your ProStars:confused:
Magic Mix Metal Polish made by Valco. Found it in a local 4x4 shop. Works really well, goes a long way and comes off easy.
 

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hey whats up i just became a member of steves nova site i was browsing thru the page and seen your car.it's hot man you got the nova looking real clean. I got a 67 nova coupe also but it doesn't look as nice as yours i still have to do a lot of work to it. I'm having problems with my stock front suspention i dont know if my power steering cylinder doesnt work but my steering wheel has a lot of play so even if i do an alignment it makes no difference. do u know anything about the novas front suspention?
 

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hey whats up i just became a member of steves nova site i was browsing thru the page and seen your car.it's hot man you got the nova looking real clean. I got a 67 nova coupe also but it doesn't look as nice as yours i still have to do a lot of work to it. I'm having problems with my stock front suspention i dont know if my power steering cylinder doesnt work but my steering wheel has a lot of play so even if i do an alignment it makes no difference. do u know anything about the novas front suspention?
Its your stock lower arms.You need to swap them out with cpp lower arms or church bros lower a arms.Its like night and day difference.Do a search on cpp mini sub frame kit.bm
ps sweet car hitman!!!
 

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Thanks BM, that's high praise coming from a guy with a car like yours. :yes::D Batman's right. The stock front end on these cars leaves a lot of room for improvement. I'm kinda leaning towards the Church Boys setup maybe because they're from Ohio. :D I'm living with the stock setup for now, mines pretty decent. Work just isn't real good and summer's almost here, time to cruise. We gotta pick our spots in this part of the country, work on our cars in the winter drive 'em in the summer.

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