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Old 09-03-2019, 08:11 PM
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Default 1972 Chevrolet Nova, 5.3 LS, 4L60e

100% reliable car that was professionally built with ZERO corners cut. Car gets 22-25mpg and has around 3500 miles on the build. Have all the receipts for the build. You can literally fly in and drive this one home. Asking $38K

•04 Aluminum 5.3 with 60K miles


•Replaced all gaskets/seals before install


•Texas Speed 224 Camshaft/matched springs/push rods


•New HV Oil Pump & New Timing Chain


•Holley Swap Oil Pan


•Holley Intake, Fuel Rails, Throttle Body


•GM ECM/Custom Wiring Harness with Professional Dyno Tune - 324hp and 302tq at the rear wheels


•Hooker Headers


•New Dual 3" Stainless Magnaflow Exhaust System


•NEW GM Reman 4L60e Transmission with 2500 stall convertor


•8.5 10 bolt with new Eaton Posi and 3.73 Gears


•Front Disc Brake Conversion/New Rear Drum Brakes


•Full 3" lowered Hotchkis Suspension with Tuned Fox Shocks


•Hotchkis Subframe Connectors


•Custom 17" Circle Racing Billet Aluminum Wheels with New Falken tires 245/45/17 front and 275/40/17 rear


•Speedometer Conversion to run factory cable driven speedo


•Interior is spotless with OG rubber mat and door panels. New OE seat covers.


•New Starter/Alternator/Power Steering Pump/Water Pump


•Original Radiator Re-Cored with HD 3 Row Core


•Custom Fan Shroud and HP Electric Cooling Fan


•Original Owners Manual and Protecto-Plate


•Original Paint - Solid Car
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Default Nova...

Very sharp...nice to see these Novas getting some exposure. GLWS

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Old 09-13-2019, 03:01 PM
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Great aesthetics on the LS swap! Love how the engine bay looks.

Where are the coil packs hiding? Are they under the "valve covers"?
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Old 09-15-2019, 04:17 PM
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Ya know, I'm a BB guy thru and thru. First car was a 440 GTX. Current cars are '67 Nova SS with BB 427, '69 Nova SS396 with period-correct ZL-1, and '66 Nova SS with 500" Ex Pro Stock motor getting swapped out for Ex Pro Mod 706.

Anyway, I really really like the looks of that LS done like that. I'm kicking around the idea of a '78 Z28 I know of. Price is OK and want stock-ish looks. THIS WOULD FIT THE BILL PERFECTLY. Maybe a Sniper EFI and not the direct port. Also like to do a '57 4door Chevy wagon as a daily driver. Again PERFECT.

Congrads to whoever did the under the hood work, remarkable.

Thank you, John
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Old 09-15-2019, 04:21 PM
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Great aesthetics on the LS swap! Love how the engine bay looks.

Where are the coil packs hiding? Are they under the "valve covers"?
I could be wrong, and lord knows I have been before. BUT I think the coils are on the firewall behind the air cleaner?? Look at the iirc 6th picture (engine drivers side) plug wires run to back of engine, and between air cleaner and wiper motor, there looks like 2 plug wire caps on the firewall.
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Nice work ��
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Would be nice to see a pic with the air cleaner removed ...
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