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Old 07-11-2018, 09:40 AM   #21
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Thanks... I`m not sure which it is. Even went with a couple sets of wheels trying to find the right look.
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Randy, is it for street & show or do you race it regularly?





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Dean, it`s just for cruises and shows... It was built to go fast and straight but has never been to the track... Just always wanted a 67 Nova ever since I was in high school.
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In my travels around the East Coast, I have never found a '63 to '67 Chevy ll that didn't have some major problem. I think there must be another source.
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Bill, one time I had a problem with the garage door where I keep the Chevy II, the repairman said to me... Mr. Davis I wish I had your problem...
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In my travels around the East Coast, I have never found a '63 to '67 Chevy ll that didn't have some major problem. I think there must be another source.
Right Bill - The other source would be the Southwest.





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Randy, do you know the HP / TQ numbers?
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Frank, not sure of actual HP/TQ. I have never had on a dyno. Driskell Racing built the engine. Should be 425hp small block. Has a 355, 4.030 Bore 3.480 Stroke SRP 10.1 pistons. Brodix RR200/23 degree heads 2.055 valves. Comp cam XE 284 H-10 Brodix HV1014 intake w/ Pro System 4150 Dominator Carburetor with 100hp NOS. Turbo 350 Trans w/ 3000 holeshot converter. 3.73 Auburn gears...the little Chevy II weighs around 3000lbs.

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So basically what your saying is the "in the seat dyno" is that it goes like a raped ape.

Great looking car. Great stance and I love the orange.
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Thanks Frank! DuPont Fire Orange... Pretty much shift points are set @ 6300 and when I shift into high it`s at 100, Plenty quick for me...
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