Dave bought his 1970 Nova a few years ago after convincing his wife that he needed a good gift for his 31st birthday.
It was built as a tribute car to the late great Fred Gibb (the famous Chevy dealer/builder of the infamous COPO Nova) and the car is actually signed by his wife Helen.
The 1970 Nova is powered by a 396 big block, bored .30 over with comp cam, roller rockers, Muncie 4 speed, 12 bolt rear with posi, and 3:55 gears.
This 1970 Nova was purchased mostly restored, but Dave isn’t completely satisfied with it, so he plans on doing some major adjustments in the future. The suspension, brakes, interior, paint, engine, and transmission will all be gone through with pro touring performance in mind.
The body is rust free and in great shape, but there is always something more to do!
“It’s a quick little monster with tons of torque!”– Dave
If it looks this good, we can’t wait to see what it looks like after the upgrades! – Team Ground Up