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  1. #21
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    badass!!

    71' Nova....LY6/6 speed Swap In Progress


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    Looking good Chris, I like the plan so far. I must say that was a lot of progress in a 6 hour period. You by any chance have a guy named Chuck working for you?


    More pictures please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dstryr
    what kind of rims are on that blue camaro next to the nova? got any more pictures of it?
    Fesler FS 904 wheels in 19-inch all the way around, I will post that car up here soon

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    The outer wheel wells are welding into place so there is no chance of them moving, drill spot welds about every 2 inches or so where they meet up and weld them, seam seal and its ready for paint. This will make it very strong even better than what you started with.

    Looks like a cool project and remember we all started somewhere so keep it up. These forums are the best place to learn things and meet great people so if you are not sure how to do something or want more ideas just through up a post and everyone will help you out. Good luck

    Quote Originally Posted by elctron02
    wow...thats sick for a Nova!!!! Im kinda going for the same approach, however Im doing mine in my garage....Dont have the funds or the tools...but Im doing my best!!!

    Question.....How will you join the outwheel wells to the quarter?
    Im adding a rubber stripe along the edge so you dont hear metal on metal then I will add sealer too....

    what should I do?

    check out my Nova!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrQuick
    Looking good Chris, I like the plan so far. I must say that was a lot of progress in a 6 hour period. You by any chance have a guy named Chuck working for you?


    More pictures please.
    I am trying to set new standards on how fast cars are built and I think at this rate I can build a car every two weeks.

    With that being said we really have about a month in this project so far and would think it should be completed in under 6 months. I have a great group of guys and we mesh very well together so things move fast. It also helps when you do everything in house you can control the progress of each build with less problems

    No Chuck here, sorry
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    You guys are jammin' on this thing! Keep up the great looking work.

    I am particularly interested in seeing what you do for your upper shock mounts. When you get there, please post detailed pics of the underside and trunk area, as I am at this point in my project '72 Nova. I'm also interested to see how you deal with the crossmember that I have outlined in red below when you do your shock mounts. Thanks!

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    That thing is nasty. I LOVE IT!!!

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    Sweet ass project, love the direction you are going with it.
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    this build drives me crazy...I wish I could make this much progress this quickly on my car!!!! i love it though...you guys are definately doing nova's justice!
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    Ehh...Looks OK now but the white wagon wheels were the shiznit

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    Any new progress/ pics??

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    We need pics of that secondgen on the lift in the background!
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    Chris, This Nova Looks Slick Already! Nice Work.

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    I will post some shots soon, we just dropped in the new LS7 and I must say its a sick set up. We are getting everything ready to send the car to paint.
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    so are you guys gonna be making any nova-specific pieces?? would love to have some spiffy billet stuff for the nova...got the go ahead to start some major work today so I hope to find some cool billet pieces for it!
    Colin Russ

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    Funny you should ask, we will be making all kinds of parts for it, we just did the LS7 engine mounts and will have more. I will post up here as soon as we have stuff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Young Gun
    so are you guys gonna be making any nova-specific pieces?? would love to have some spiffy billet stuff for the nova...got the go ahead to start some major work today so I hope to find some cool billet pieces for it!
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    Nice build

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    any new updates? i went to your site but didn't see anything there on the nova. lookin great!!!

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    I am in the middle of a huge shop move so the Nova is down for a few days, I will post some pics next week as I am off to Delmar tomorrow for Goodguys. Thanks
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    Are you guys on this weekend? I'd like to see your work. I live in Tucson. G

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