The attention to detail and parts being used in this 1962 Chevy II Nova makes it an outstanding pro street build that not only stops traffic with its sinister appearance, but can outrun many modern muscle cars. The Jet Black paint job is concourse quality, the forged Weld rims fits great and the Heidst suspension give is it a killer street stance. The interior has a very nice classic look enhanced with Cadillac bucket seats, Hurst shifter and Autometer gauges, but the best part is under the hood.
With over $20K invested into the engine alone, this pro street 1962 Chevy II Nova is a real beast. The all aluminum 383 stroker is dressed with Dart Pro heads, Forged Diamond Pro Racing pistons, forged Scat crank, Brian Tooley Comp Cam, LS7 lifters, Trick-Flow injectors and much more high performance goodies resulting in 450hp and 408tq to the wheels. The power is sent through Tremec 6-speed transmission with reverse lock out and 12-bolt rear by Competition Engineering with 33 spline axles and 4.11 gears.
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