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Hello everybody I just bought a 69 project nova :) it has a very solid body
manual steering manual brakes and a 10 bolt rear. Its a father son project
It need an engine which I have a rebuilt 327 and a rebuilt 350 trans, I think im going to go with a 12 bolt rear. the only part Im worried about is the drivers side floor I dont own a welder and right now have no idea how to change it lol but im sure we will figure it out lol and thanks for the welcome in advance!! Oh yeah the guy I bought it from also gutted the interior so that also will be a puzzle lol
 

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Welcome. Glad you desided to join in with us. When you start on your nova and need questions answered this is the place to get answers. We all like pictures so post some of your car when you can.
 

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Welcome from another Illinois Nova owner!!

Glad to have another member from Illinois on SNS. If you have questions search this site and I'm sure you will find the answer. If not post the question as there is a wealth of knowledge on this great site!!

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TO SNS , :waving:

GLAD TO HAVE YOU WITH US, ENJOY THE SITE!
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Welcome! My advice to you would be to stay with the 10 bolt if the 327 isn't too Hi-Po. Use the money you saved on the twelve bolt to find someone that can weld in a replacement floor pan for your drivers side.

Pics would be great!!:yes:

John
I agree, 10 bolt should suit your needs, Welcome to the sight and keep posting with your work in progress
 

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Welcome to Steves from central Illinois. You are in the right place to get help sorting out any Nova puzzles you can come up with. Enjoy the site!

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