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Old 01-07-2013, 06:49 PM
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72 Nova 383 build

Hello, i just joined looking forward to the group for a 383 i would like to build for my Nova project.

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Old 01-08-2013, 02:51 PM
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I am not a Chevy SB guy, but the one that I would run would be a 383. I have an old friend who had one in a 65 Elcamino, holy cow that was impressive, it RAN.

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Welcome SS

I got rid of a Bad *** BB Prostreet 72 Nova last year, I loved that thing
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Here's a picture of my 71 with a 383 stroker 4 sp

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Very nice!! I like silver, the red line tires look like the old stock Firestones that I had waaaay back on my '68 350 hp 396 Camaro. They didn't last very long
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