Super Nova

Darrell Efrid the owner of this 1967 Chevy Nova brought the car in to get two quarter panels put on. The car was extremely rusted out, Both lower quarters gone. The Front and rear window tracks where rusted out. The whole car had a bad case of cancer through it. After I fixed the quarter panels and window tracks the owner decided to take it to the next step and that was to put a paint job on it and the build began from there. Hat Creek custom built the whole car except for the interior. The car took almost 2 years to build.



-Vintage Air

-31 splined axles

-4 wheel disc brakes

-Billet Specialty wheels

    *Front wheels 17x8 with 235/45

    *Rear wheels 17x9 with 285/40

-Fixed all sheet metal in car

-Wired car with American Auto Wire

-Shaved gas hole and put it under tag

-Billet Specialty serpentine front runner

-Electric windows, door poppers, and locks

-Engine LS-3 with 585 HP dyno to rear wheels

-Custom built steel dash with Navigation system

-All stainless steel bolts, brake lines and fuel lines

-4 link with a Ford 8.8 rear end equipped with 3.73 gears 

-Built fire wall and new tunnel to accommodate a LS3 with Tremec 6 speed


Shops & suppliers used during this build

Charlotte Rod & Custom • Leon Brown’s Custom Auto Upholstery • Hat Creek Custom 

• PCM For Less/GM Performance Tuning  • True Kolors Automotive Paints

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