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It’s time again to take a look at some of our readers’ rides, or as we call them, Bow Tie Keepers
Mike Pavone’s 1967 Nova tips the scales at over 3,500 pounds, yet the 1,000-horsepower small-block sends it down the quarter-mile in about 8 seconds.
We break out the heavy tools to install a Detroit Speed Inc. QUADRALink suspension system, subframe connectors, and a Strange rearend in a 1967 Nova.
Classic Car Studio Speed Shop hits it out of the park with this custom 1967 Nova. Classic looks combined with modern suspension and LS drivetrain.
We break out cutters and welders to install Detroit Speed Inc. mini-tubs in a 1967 Nova to make room for a QUADRALink suspension system.
We perform a full suspension upgrade on this 1967 Nova, starting with a new front subframe from Detroit Speed, Inc.
This 1967 Chevy Nova takes a show and go approach to building a Pro Street-style muscle car. Check out the mods!
Built to be a show car, this high-performance Vennom street 1967 Nova fiberglass replica has been a trophy magnet since the day it first entered the circuit.