615-969-4561
5209 Pennsylvania Ave. Nashville, TN 37209
SHOW CAR!! 650hp..Turbo 468..Sema Winner!! Over $150k in Parts Alone!!

1970

Chevrolet

Nova

2,484

Automatic

113270W122937

122937

Select

Leather

Red

RWD

Coupe

TN


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The Nova platform is a tried and true winner. Whether you want a cruiser, drag strip bruiser, or auto cross King, the Nova can be formatted into just about any configuration. Inspired by the Trans-Am series, Jon Henson knew just how he wanted to build his Nova. Part street car, part autocross car, part do-it-all. With his vision set, he went to action on this Nova. “I wanted a road race, vintage Trans-Am inspired car,” stated Jon. He started with a 1970 Nova. Before doing anything, he knew that in order to get the wheels and stance just right, the fenders had to be stretched. After media blasting the car and stripping it down to the frame, all four fenders are stretched two-inches to allow for up to a 10? wheel up front and 14? wheel in the back if he so desires. In addition to stretching the fenders, a set of Detroit Speed mini tubs allowed for extra breathing room. We all know that the factory suspension wouldn’t be up to par with Jon’s plans. Ditching all that, Jon slipped a complete Chris Alston Chassis works front end under the car. In the rear a modified G-Bar 4-link was installed with Currie Enterprises billet arms, Johnny Joints and a full floater Currie rear end. In order to stiffen up the chassis and increase safety , a 12-point roll cage was installed. Dampening is handled at all four corners with Fox triple adjustable PODIUM shocks. In order to get the car stopping, a massive set of Baer 6P brakes were installed at all corners with 14? rotors. Wrapping the brakes is a set of American Racing VF503 wheels, with a traditional pinstripe to set them off. The fronts are 18×9 with Falken 615K 275/35 series tires and the rears are 18×11 with a 315/30 series tire.
“I get the idea to build a car a certain way in my head. Once that certain theme gets in my head, I have to execute it. If I get an idea in my head to build a certain car, with a certain style, I become obsessed and I have to do it,” explained Jon. We can see how this car oozes Trans-Am with a modern street twist to it. In order to get the car stopping, a massive set of Baer 6P brakes were installed at all corners with 14? rotors. Wrapping the brakes is a set of American Racing VF503 wheels, with a traditional pinstripe to set them off. The fronts are 18×9 with Falken 615K 275/35 series tires and the rears are 18×11 with a 315/30 series tire.
“I get the idea to build a car a certain way in my head. Once that certain theme gets in my head, I have to execute it. If I get an idea in my head to build a certain car, with a certain style, I become obsessed and I have to do it,” explained Jon. We can see how this car oozes Trans-Am with a modern street twist to it. On the interior, the theme is carried through out. A custom sheet metal dash adorns a full cluster of Auto Meter gauges. Clayton Machine Works was utilized for door handles and the pedal set up while the Ididit column features a Budnik wheel and Twist Machine paddle shifters. To keep Jon comfy and in place a set of Cipher Auto seats were installed. The rest of the interior consists of sheet metal door panels, LineX floors with Dynamat and a TMI Products one piece headliner. The interior is clean but all business – the only creature comfort is a Vintage Air heater for those cold morning commutes. The heart of the Nova surprisingly isn’t an LS engine. Keeping true to his inspiration, just went BBC. However an ordinary BBC wouldn’t do. Starting with a 454, Jon bored and stroked the engine out to 468 cubic-inches utilizing a GM billet crank and H-Beam rods and a Comp Cams hydraulic roller camshaft. A set of Edelbrock Performer heads and Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake keeps the air flowing in this engine. The heart of the Nova surprisingly isn’t an LS engine. Keeping true to his inspiration, just went BBC. However an ordinary BBC wouldn’t do. Starting with a 454, Jon bored and stroked the engine out to 468 cubic-inches utilizing a GM billet crank and H-Beam rods and a Comp Cams hydraulic roller camshaft. A set of Edelbrock Performer heads and Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake keeps the air flowing in this engine.
 


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1970

Chevrolet

Nova

2,484

Automatic

113270W122937

122937

Select

Leather

Red

RWD

Coupe

TN

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