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Vincent Gabriele is the owner of this 1968 Nova. It has a 350 4-bolt main small block with 10:1 TRW pistons, #441 GM heads that were shaved .020" and had 2.02"/1.60" valves installed. The cam is a solid lifter with .525"/.546" lift and 254/262 duration (@ .050). The intake is an Edelbrock Torker 2 with a 750 Holley. The trans is a Saginaw 4-speed and the rear is a 12-bolt with 4.56 gears. Best ET to date is an 11.1 @ 122.7.

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Chris Gaynor owns this 1968 Pro Street Nova. It has a 468 with JE pistons, Cat steel crank, Probe rods, Crower cam and valve train, 1969-70 ZL1 aluminum heads, Dart intake, Barry Grant 850 carb, Hooker Super Comp headers, TH400 with a manual reverse-pattern valve body, TCI 9" 5500-rpm converter, B&M Pro Stick, Ford 9" rear with 4.86 gears, 35 spline axles, ladder bars with coil overs, Harwood 12-gal fuel cell, 4-wheel Willwood disc brakes, Fat Man narrowed front control arms, Centerline Warrior wheels, 16.5X33 Mickey Thompson slicks, Auto Meter gauges, 4" cowl hood, line lock, 3-1/2" exhaust and FlowMaster 2-chamber race mufflers.

Larger Pic sent pictures of his 1968 Chevy ll SS 396. He is the second owner and purchased it in 1971. After racing it for about five years he returned it to original after fourteen years.

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This is Kirk Husselman's 1968 Chevy II Nova currently under construction. He accquired it in May of 2000 and has done quite a few things to enhance her beauty. The first thing was to change the bumper (which was 1970 Nova fiberglass bumper) to the correct chrome 1968 bumper. He also installed new tires with Crager SS wheels. It's currently in the shop for a new paint job. The interior is in perfect condition expect for the driver side arm rest pad. The next thing kirk wants to do is modify under the hood. It currently has a Chevy 305 from a 1986 Monte Carlo.

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This is Jim's 1968 Chevy II. It has an LS-6 454 with a Richmond 5 speed, mini-tubs to the frame rail and 28x12.50x15 Mickey Thomson tires. His best 1/4 mile times are 11.20 @ 122 mph. Future plans include a new paint job with a 4 inch cowl hood and interior upgrades.

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Dave Koster's 1968 Nova SS clone is a driver sporting a 350 small block, Comp cam, Edelbrock Performer intake, Edelbrock carb, Flowtech headers, HEI ignition and all new interior chrome and paint.

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This 1968 Nova SS clone belongs to Patrick Kramer of Vancouver BC Canada It has 71K miles and had a ground up restoration done with all new GM metal. The color is deep green. The engine is a 375-hp 355 backed by a a Super T10 4-speed trans with an 11" McLeod clutch. The exhaust consists of ceramic coated Hooker Super Comp headers, 2-1/2" aluminized pipes and 50-series Flowmasters. The rear has 3.73 gears and an Eaton Posi. The wheels are 17" Torque Thrust II's with 235/45 front and 275/40 rear BFG G-Force KDW tires. Pat drives it daily as long as there is no rain.

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This is Mark Lacontora's 1968 Nova. It has a 396 with a steel crank, forged pistons, 10.5:1 compression, Crane solid cam with .600/.620 lift and 267/276 @ .050 duration, Crane Springs and valve train, Holley 750 DP, Victor Jr. intake, electric fuel pump, TH350 trans with 3500 stall, 8.5" 10 bolt with 4.56 gears, 15x4 and 15x7 Prostars, 28 x 11.5 ET Streets, and a 3" Flomaster exhaust with dumps.

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Rich M. says his tube-frame 1968 Nova goes low 10's at 130-mph without the use of nitrous. The 427 cubic inch big block and TH400 trans is street driven and gets 10-mpg.

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This is Ray Morrison's '68 Dick Harrell 427 Nova SS. Ray is the original owner and his Nova has been featured in many magazines and TV shows. Ray has provided me with a lot of valuable information on these wonderful Novas.

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Paul & Jonnie Ridgewell's 1968 Nova has a 350 with Edelbrock heads, intake and carb. The exhaust is Hooker headers with Flomaster mufflers. The trans is a TH350 with a B&M Hammer shifter.

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Julio Sanabria has owned this 1968 Nova since he was 16. When he purchased it, it needed extensive work so he installed new quarter panels, doorskins, fiberglass fenders and a cowl induction hood. Since it was done about 12 years ago he would like to redo some of the body and change the color also. The engine is a 1968 350 with a roller cam, Edelbrock intake, 850 Holley carb, TH350 trans with shift kit, Unilite distributor, MSD ignition, headers with flowmasters, and the stock rear (soon to be 4.10 posi).

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Robert Theys says his 1968 Chevy II is awaiting a small block transplant. The interior is restored to original but the engine compartment still has the stock six.

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Craig Wagner owns this 1968 Nova. It has a 350 V8 with Edelbrock intake and carb, MSD ignition, Hooker headers and Flowmaster mufflers.

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