1967 Chevy Nova Restomod (aka the Chevy II). Huge horsepower from a modern 6.2L LS3 V8, five gears in the transmission, and stunning Tuxedo Black paint all work together to create one of the cleanest, meanest pro-touring/resto-mod Novas ever.
The minimalist shape of the Nova can be traced to its origins as an economy car, but when everything is done to a high standard, it pops out as something very special. The sheet metal is so tight it appears stretched over the Nova's chassis, and the single character line that stretches from nose to tail seems to visually make the car seem longer and lower than it really is. The brilliant Tuxedo Paint looks simply spectacular, with a miles-deep finish that only hours of tedious hand sanding can achieve. Sure, it's not a perfect trailer queen, and upon very close examination a flaw or two could be unearthed. Great panel alignment also contributes to this car's almost intangible good looks, along with a brilliant shine that's a result of a good color sand and buff. A cowl hood always kicks things up a notch in the aggression department, but thankfully this isn't one of those 6-inch monstrosities that takes away from the rest of the car, but rather a more subtle piece of livery that looks perfect when matched-up with the pillar-less, hardtop body style. The slick body molding running along the bottom flanks only serves to highlight the car's most interesting features and it's all in fantastic condition that will stop people in their tracks at the next big classic car event. Up front the grille looks practically flawless, punctuated with the familiar 'Nova SS' badge embedded within, while the tail panel trim out back serves as the perfect bookend for the sinister black car. Big bumpers fore and aft add even more spark, and the oversized wheels fill the fenders so neatly it's as if a shoehorn was needed to get them tucked in just right.
The interior is new. Upgrades like the polished chrome tilt column 3-spoke steering wheel