Pro-Street 1965 Nova
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Nova
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 400
- Color: House of Kolors Tangelo Pearl
- Engine size: 548 BBC Stroker
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: TH350 With Shift Kit/Reverse Manual Value
- Interior color: Tan
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1965 Chevrolet Nova
Full tube chassis with QA1 coil over all around. Tubular A-arms Flaming river rack & pinion.
Chrome moly 4-link rear suspension. Narrowed 9â€ ford rear with Nodular 3rd member
Detroit locker with 3.90 gears and Moser 31 spline axles. Wilwood brake system. Disc on front and drum on the rear.
Full 3 Â½ exhaust with Hooker super comp fender well headers. Front end was completely rebuilt a year ago.
Billet specialties street lites â€“ 15â€™s rear 4â€™s front. 29-18 15 MT sportsman S/R radials on back
New 24 â€“ 15â€™s on front
Had all sheet metal replaced. House of Kolors Tangelo Pearl paint
Custom felt doeskin interior. Has roll cage padded to match interior. Roll cage is made for easy entrance and exit of the car
2â€ steel cowl hood. Replaced all glass and molding. S/S trim is mostly original. Has 64 Chevy II front bumper, lights, and grill. Painless wiring harness. All lights and turn signals work. This car is completely street legal. 20 gallon aluminum fuel cell.
548 BBC Stoker, 800HP on freshly rebuild motor with less than 400 miles. I have built sheet. This motor will run on 93 octane fuel. Has a new blue holly fuel pump.
Dart big M block. Scat 4340 steel crank. Oil through roller rockers. Windage tray. Brodix RR oval port aluminum heads, with serious work done on them.
1050 Dominator Carburetor, build to match motor, with a 2â€ spacer. March serpentine system. New spal dual electric fan setup. Has a build TH 350 with shift kit with reverse manual valve. This transmission can handle 900 HP. This transmission was just rebuild, with less than 400 miles on it. Just installed a custom built 9â€ 4500/4800 torque converter.
Has a MSD programmable ignition system, with a high end coil, to match the ignition system.