well i havent been on this site in about 5 years, i am now 24 years old, my nova is in the process of change in the moment. i no longer have that 355 in it and am gearing up to install a 377 that i had grant springer build me. should be pushing 550-600 horse power and will be quite the ride. i plan on putting a 4L60R4 in it from bowtieoverdrives.com so i can take it on the highway. but all in all she still looks the same, should just be quite a bit faster..... cant wait!!!in the mean time i have been through a handful of other rides for daily drivers, a 1990 corvette that is gone now, a 2005 mustang GT that i crashed (oops), and now my other pride and joy a 2006 dodge Magnum SRT8.  3-15-2009 5 years ago.......new upgrades edelbrock performer rpm heads edelbrock 750 cfm carb msd blaster 2 coil Dynomax headersThis is my 70 Nova.. SS clone. It is blue with charcoal stripes. 355ci Smallblock, 3 speed auto/stage 2 shift kit. Its interior is out of a 69 Camaro. She is sitting on kumho ecsta tires (235/45 up front 245-45 out back) wrapped around 17" Boyd Coddington Magneto's (17x7 front 17x8 back. The engine is out of a 76 corvette, edelbrock performer rpm alumium cylinder heads, comp cam (488/510), 10:1 compression, edelbrock performer rpm manifold, edelbrock 750 cfm carb, MSD ready to run billetdistributor, MSD superconductor 8.5mm wires, MSD blaster 2 coil, Griffin aluminum radiator, K&N air filter with xtreme lid, dynomax headers, 2.5" exhaust with crossover going to 2 chamber flowmaster 40 series mufflers,drilled/vented power stop front rotors. a friend and myself painted the car, we mixed the colors ourselfs to come up with something different then everything else. all the emblems have been shaved from the body except for the SS emblems. this is my high school car, i have owned it since i was 16 and have done 90 percent of the work on it myself i am 19 now and have no intentions on getting rid of her.