The Cota Brothers are selling their immaculate LS3 swapped 1963 Nova Wagon. Asking price is $55,000. Serious inquiries should email Lar6c1@charter.net
Diesel engines are finding themselves in more engine swap projects recently. Here we have a 1966 Nova Wagon with a massive Duramax 6.6L V8 stuffed under the hood. The engine came out of a rolled 2006 Chevy 1-ton truck. With the engine taking up most of the room under the hood, the single factory turbo … Read more
Take a look at this Chevrolet Nova being powered by a Mazda 13B-RE rotary engine. The engine currently outputs 456 RWHP @ 21 psi. The Nova is about 240 pounds lighter then a stock RX-7.
A member over at LS1tech.com is selling his 1968 Nova for $26,900. The car has a 450 horsepower LS1 and does 11.6 second runs down the quarter mile. If you are interested head over to his sale thread to read about all the over upgrades.
The Cota Brothers have recently completed installation of a LS3 in a 1963 Nova Wagon. The stock clip and steering box was used as well as equal length headers and power brakes. No sheet metal was cut to install motor or 4l65E transmission. All together the Nova weighs 2985 pounds. Without a tune the motor … Read more
Killer Customs has taken a sedate 1966 Nova and turned it into a serious ride for a very happy customer. Based out of British Columbia Canada, Killer Customs works on just about anything with wheels. They can handle swaps, forced induction, bodywork, paint, suspension, you name it and they can do it. Just about nothing … Read more