For the past three months we've shown you the inside details of how a real Super Street car is built. The folks at ATI Superchargers were nice enough to let us watch along as they built their ultimate showpiece. The whole premise behind building this race car was so that ATI would have a convenient method to showcase their newest products to the people that will use them. The whole project took over two years to complete, and it was not an easy task. However, it's nice when a well-executed plan comes to completion, and it was fun watching such a plan develop from paper to a finished project, even if it did take a very long time. We wanted to show you some photos of the finished car that SUPER CHEVY's "Man-about-town" Tony Kelly shot at the '02 Denver Super Chevy Show. ATI's Nova drew huge crowds for the entire weekend and even laid down some rubber on an early morning check out pass.
In-Nova-Tion Part 4
AIT's Super Street Nova Stretches Its Legs at the Denver Chevy Show