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Old 03-31-2011, 06:16 PM
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Ray N Angie's 1974 Chevy Nova.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:19 AM
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Very very nice, got a pic of under the hood and car? Just in my opinion, I would go with some differnt tires and rims..
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Nice ride! Need to get the back of the car down to the same height(or close) as the front tho'.

Did you consider Red bumpers at all??...car would have a more fluid look, just use the black for accents. Same with the side marker light bezels, Red would be more fluid, my '74 GTO(Nova platform) has the body color marker bezels from the factory, as do the 73-74 Buick Appollo and Olds Omega.

Black bumpers on a non-black car make the car look "heavy".

Glad to see a 73-74 looking good, they've been kind of overlooked.
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70's novas overlooked? Maybe, but I've wanted one since I was sixteen, still haven't gotten one. Maybe someday before I am in my grave.

Cool car, but I too am not a fan of the donk rims.
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I agree nice ride, but I would have balanced out the wheels so its not so high in the rear. If you like the look thats all that matters. Its still a nice looking ride.
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Welcome to the site, Sweet ride.


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