Mark’s 1970 Chevy Nova was was built by the legend, Brian Finch, at Hot Rod Transformations. With pure performance being the goal, this Nova blurs the line between race car and street car – including a custom welded cage. It is powered by a 800+HP 501ci fuel injected LS engine mated to a Tremec T-56 transmission and TrueTrac differential. The chassis consists of Detroit Speed & Engineering subframe, DSE suspension, and Afco dampers. The Wilwood brakes consist of 14 inch rotors and 6-piston calipers. And the 295/35 front & 335/30 rear BFG KDW tires are mounted to 18 inch Forgeline DE3P wheels, finished in Titanium.
Read more about this amazing build from Chevy High Performance magazine at: http://www.chevyhiperformance.com/featuredvehicles/1401_1970_chevy_nova/