Tim McCombs’ 1964 Nova SS
- Nova Specs & Story: A work in progress! I wish my nova was finished to be able to submit. It’s a 1964 ss nova factory 283 ,4speed car that I have owned since July 1,1988. Its painted 936 ermine white the factory color with red interior. I do not have the original drivetrain. It has a 1970 350 with a 1973 Muncie m20. Rear is a 9 inch Ford 410 Detroit locker posi 2 inches narrower than stock width. I installed a martz engineering 4 link coil over set up to do away with the leaf spings. Wheels are 17×8 polished aluminum ralleys 245/45/17 rear , 215/40/17 front. 2 inch drop spindles with disk front brakes ,drum rear. The car don’t much to finish . Mostly interior and install some more of the chrome exterior trim pieces. . One day I’ll get around to finishing the car again and then I’ll be ready to show it off and do my real submit for the Nova of the month.
Gregory McMillian’s 1965 Nova SS
- restored to original Black on Black, L74 327 ci, M20 Muncie 4-speed
3:31 posi 12-bolt rear end, AM-FM radio, rear mounted antenna, Power Steering, Deluxe seatbelts
- This Nova SS was purchased in 2001 as a nearly complete car in need of full restoration. Originally a 194 6-cylinder with a powerglide. It was restored in that configuration in 2006 receiving extensive body work paint and many NOS replacement parts. Body work and painting were completed by Classic Automotive Restorations, Inc. In Belews Creek, North Carolina. I completed all mechanical and assembly. It has won many awards including a First grand Nation with the AACA, and it has been twice nominated for national AACA awards. It won best original restored at the 2013 Nova Nationals in Charlotte NC, a first in class at the 2009 super Chevy show and too many other local show awards to mention. Since then, a correct L74 327 and M-20 4-speed were assembled and put into the car with a 12-bolt posi added this year to complete the transformation.
- 4-speed shifter, clutch assembly, and too many others to list
Bob Frost’s 1966 Chevy II
- Nova Specs: 383 stroker, 4 speed, gear vender, 9″ Ford ,Currie axles, strange center section.550 hp. Classic performance front suspension tubular arms big brakes front. 14″. Rear discs. Took over 20 yrs. to build.
- The Story: Bought in 1991, tore it down to a shell and replaced with everything new as possible. New GM quarters,fenders, shaved door handles, and gas cap,new show chrome bumpers, billet grille, cowl induction hood, etc. Too many to list.
Lawrence Young’s 1967 Nova SS
- Purchased in Grass Valley, California in 1972 and driven all over the Western US far East as Western Colorado. Car is 90% original, repaint in early 1980’s original factory paint, the engine being rebuilt w/o modification in 1979. 327/275, powerglide, power brakes, Corvette assist power steering, factory air conditioning, center console seat belt retainers, front & rear speaker on AM only radio, I do not know if the original rear-end is a positration but believe it is not. CA smog removed and stored. Original rims and wheel covers stored.
Tim Watson’s 1972 Nova SS
- Nova Specs: 383 striker tic street fighter auto transmission disc front brakes ,355 posit rear flow master exhaust weld drag lite wheels full restoration about ten years ago multiple show wins.
- The Story: I have owned many novas since I turned 16 yrs old; I love them My oldest brother, Johnboy, got me started with Novas. I bought this one from him a few years ago; now he has gone home to be with the Lord now and I will never part with it.
- GM Classics & Chevy 2 Only Parts: Holly 750 double pump carb. weiend team g intake, crowder rods and pistons steel crank, flow master 3 inch mufflers aluminum exhaust,weld wheels
Patrick Newman’s 1974 Nova
- 74 Nova original 350 engine and 350 trans. a/c p/s added power disc brakes. The car is about 95% original 51k original miles. Lowered drop spindles and springs. The car was originally yellow with parchment interior.
- I’ve owned the car for 14 yrs I bought it from a little ole lady in Irving, TX. The car was bought new at a local Chevrolet dealer Frank Parra Chevrolet. When I bought the car it was the first time it left Irving. I drove the car for about 2 months and then started taking it apart to restore it. It took 12 years of on and off work to finish it. The car has done well in several shows including being featured on the Velocity channel Menards Chevy Show and winning at Dallas Autorama street machine award and overall street machine.
- I have bought several hard to find parts from GM Classics from hard to find bolts and retainers to radio brackets, engine plug wire retainers exhaust shields and other various parts.