I have owned the car since July 1982 in Chesapeake, VA where I am originally from. I bought the car my senior year of high school and have had it ever since. When bought the car it was blue with a 350 small block and a Muncie four speed. The car had air shocks, headers, bucket seats, and the old style 15 inch cragars on it. The car sat in storage for over 21 years because I joined the the Army, and never returned to VA. I retired from the Army in 2004 in KY and started working on the car trying to get in back in shape. It was at this point that I decided to do my very first frame off restoration. It was very trying at times and took over two years since I had to learn how to weld and fit new sheet metal. The end result is in the pictures. I love my car and will some day pass it on to my son!

Nova Info

1971 Chevy Nova, Frame Off Restoration completed 7 years ago. The Motor is a Dart SHP 427 Small Block built by Dale Mears From Buffalo, KY. the Transmission is a 200R4 with Art Carr kit built by David Skaggs, 355 gears with strange axles, auburn posi, and Richmond gears. Chip Foose wheels, the frame radiator support core, wheel wells, upper and lower control arms are all powder coated, I replaced both rear quarters, the tail panel, both outer wheel halves, and toe boards. the bottom of the car has been stripped and cleaned and painted with pour 15. The car is painted 1968 Matador Red. The Car is a Yenko Tribute.



“I have bought so many parts from GM Classics, I don’t know where to start! Thank you for all of the support and guidance in restoring my dream ride.” – Michael Hall

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