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Hi my name is German and I'm from Costa Rica :D, but everybody call me Ganito. I have loved classic muscle cars since kid. In my country is pretty hard to find muscle cars because the market is pretty much taken by japanesse and korean stuff. However I put my hands on this 1969 4 doors Nova. It has a straight 6 230 cubic inch, 3 speed manual transmission. This is my very first project and also my very first close contact with cars, before this the only fix I have done was changing a flat tire. I have some theoretical knowledge but zero practical skills. My dream is to turn this car in a beautiful daily driver. I know everybody in here have a lot more experience than me, so please help my with your knowledge.

PS. English is not my mother tongue so if I make some mistake, my apologies in advance. Also, I love beer feel free to send me home brewed ale if you have.
 

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Welcome to the site! There plenty of people that can help you here with your car, you will only be limited by your ability for the most part.
 

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Welcome to STEVE'S Ganito , enjoy your stay!
 

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:waving:Welcome from Wisconsin! USA. Good luck with your project.
 

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Hello and welcome to SNS :waving: Put up some pictures of your Nova when you get the chance :yes:
 

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Hello ! Great to have you as a member. There is a lot of good information and great people to help you. Search the archives ....
Good luck and have fun !

We all love photos ..... so ... lets see that ride of yours ! :yes:
 

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Welcome to the site. Lots of GREAT guys on here to help with your questions. roid
 

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Welcome Ganito. I admire your courage in attempting to build a muscle car with no experience. You have a large learning curve ahead. It can be done if you take your time and listen to people that has done it before you , Good luck with your build and hope you have lots of fun with it.
 
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