This beautiful 1972 Chevy Nova was bought originally by my father Harold Gardner in 2000. Harold was a five time world record holder in the NDBA from 1979 to 1981.
Harold was the chief mechanic. He bought this 1972 Chevy Nova that originally had a straight six in 2001. Then he later completely broke down the C clamp inner body frame and rebuilt the entire car from the ground up. The engine was a brand new 2000 crate Engine 350 Vortech from Chevrolet.
Too many extremely dependable modifications to mention to up the horse power to 420 hp at 5400 RPMs and 490 pounds of torque at 2200 RPMs. This car is a great torquer for day-to-day driving and has room for you to make your own modifications and make it your very own. Engine only has 4000 miles on it since completion of car in 2006.
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