/1967 Chevy Nova Resotmod Revealed at SEMA

1967 Chevy Nova Resotmod Revealed at SEMA

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What did we tell you about restomoding at this year’s SEMA show? It is the biggest trend going on at the moment. We just showed you a lovely 1970 Camaro with a modern engine, not let’s check out something similar but way cooler, a 1967 Chevy Nova, version 2.0.

What Chevrolet Performance engineers have done here is take the timeless design of a 1967 Chevy Nova and equip it with the modern bits and bobs they found in the company’s parts bin. So the car gets a LTG” direct-injected 2.0L turbo crate engine (that’s right, it’s a four banger Nova and not a V8) developing 272 horsepower. So it is nearly as powerful as the original engine. The lightweight powertrain helps the Nova 2.0 sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds.

Even though this concept is just an advertisement for the LTG crate engine, the 1967 Chevy Nova Resotmod comes with a whole host of modern performance parts, including billet aluminum grille, narrowed and tucked bumpers, shaved door handles with electronic latch releases, custom 17-inch Z/28-style wheels – in a satin bronze finish – four-wheel disc brakes, and height-adjustable air suspension.

You can’t but this lovely Nova, but as always, feel free to draw inspiration for your own restoration and restomoding project.

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