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Cars > Challenges > “Tubbed Nova” Vs “bom bam”

 

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ce35

M–56
Chillicothe, Ohio
United States

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M–33

 

1970 Chevrolet Nova SS

“Tubbed Nova”

1987 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z

“bom bam”

 
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Photo of: 1987 Chevrolet Camaro
 

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About “Tubbed Nova”

This is my pride and joy. I have always wanted a big tire nova.

I bought this car in 1993 and built my drive train for it.

my son has this car on his profile also

About “bom bam”

jast tradid my dads ss 4 it Engine

? 355 cu. w/Wiend 6:71 blower
? Steel crank
? Custom ground roller cam
? Roller rocker arm
? Comp. valve springs
? Dual 650 double pump carbs
? Block & Head smoothed and painted
? All S/S fuel lines
Exterior/Body

? 1987 Camaro Iroc-Z
? Hand built roadster conversion
? Tubbed
? Harwood cowl induction hood
? Door handles shaved inside & out
? Pro stock wing
? Custom built firewall, cowl panel & inner fenders


Interior

Flawless Custom - white leather/autometer gauges, Custom bucket seats, D&M hammer shifter, Alpine CD stereo system, Simpson 5-point harness with camlock, Billet pedals
Additional Equipment

Exhaust: Jet hot coated header. Hand built & coated pipes.
Transmission: Custom built 700R4, Case smoothed and painted, Non-lockup 3000 stall converter, Chrome dust covers and pan, Chrome drive shaft
Chassis

Front
Tubular coated A-arm
Coil over struts
Smooth crossmember
Wilwood billet disc brakes
Chrome steering components
Rear
Auburn posi unit
M/E axels
4-link with wishbone tracking arm.
Willwood billet disc brakes
Pro-stock wheelie bars with all S/S brake lines



Wheeels & Tires

* Front: 15X6 Weld Scorpian 26X7.50X15 Mickey Thompson
* Rear: 15X4 Weld Scorpian 33X21.5X15 Mickey Thompson Flawless Custom - white leather/autometer gauges, Custom bucket seats, D&M hammer shifter, Alpine CD stereo system, Simpson 5-point harness with camlock, Billet pedals
Additional Equipment

Exhaust: Jet hot coated header. Hand built & coated pipes.
Transmission: Custom built 700R4, Case smoothed and painted, Non-lockup 3000 stall converter, Chrome dust covers and pan, Chrome drive shaft
Chassis

Front
Tubular coated A-arm
Coil over struts
Smooth crossmember
Wilwood billet disc brakes
Chrome steering components
Rear
Auburn posi unit
M/E axels
4-link with wishbone tracking arm.
Willwood billet disc brakes
Pro-stock wheelie bars with all S/S brake lines

 

Specs for “Tubbed Nova”

410 cubic inch sbc
4 speed
488 gears
18" wide tire

and as for 1/4 Fast :D

Specs for “bom bam”

Engine

? 355 cu. w/Wiend 6:71 blower
? Steel crank
? Custom ground roller cam
? Roller rocker arm
? Comp. valve springs
? Dual 650 double pump carbs
? Block & Head smoothed and painted
? All S/S fuel lines
Exterior/Body

? 1987 Camaro Iroc-Z
? Hand built roadster conversion
? Tubbed
? Harwood cowl induction hood
? Door handles shaved inside & out
? Pro stock wing
? Custom built firewall, cowl panel & inner fenders


Interior

Flawless Custom - white leather/autometer gauges, Custom bucket seats, D&M hammer shifter, Alpine CD stereo system, Simpson 5-point harness with camlock, Billet pedals
Additional Equipment

Exhaust: Jet hot coated header. Hand built & coated pipes.
Transmission: Custom built 700R4, Case smoothed and painted, Non-lockup 3000 stall converter, Chrome dust covers and pan, Chrome drive shaft
Chassis

Front
Tubular coated A-arm
Coil over struts
Smooth crossmember
Wilwood billet disc brakes
Chrome steering components
Rear
Auburn posi unit
M/E axels
4-link with wishbone tracking arm.
Willwood billet disc brakes
Pro-stock wheelie bars with all S/S brake lines



Wheeels & Tires

* Front: 15X6 Weld Scorpian 26X7.50X15 Mickey Thompson
* Rear: 15X4 Weld Scorpian 33X21.5X15 Mickey Thompson

 

Factory Options for “Tubbed Nova”

Super Sport
Vynal top
4 speed
12 bolt

Factory Options for “bom bam”

na

 

Mods for “Tubbed Nova”

410 Cubic Inch Sprint Car motor
Muncie 4 speed trans
hays clutch
12 bolt narrowed down rear end
488 gears
18.5" Wide Rear Tires

and lots more

Mods for “bom bam”

Engine

? 355 cu. w/Wiend 6:71 blower
? Steel crank
? Custom ground roller cam
? Roller rocker arm
? Comp. valve springs
? Dual 650 double pump carbs
? Block & Head smoothed and painted
? All S/S fuel lines
Exterior/Body

? 1987 Camaro Iroc-Z
? Hand built roadster conversion
? Tubbed
? Harwood cowl induction hood
? Door handles shaved inside & out
? Pro stock wing
? Custom built firewall, cowl panel & inner fenders


Interior

Flawless Custom - white leather/autometer gauges, Custom bucket seats, D&M hammer shifter, Alpine CD stereo system, Simpson 5-point harness with camlock, Billet pedals
Additional Equipment

Exhaust: Jet hot coated header. Hand built & coated pipes.
Transmission: Custom built 700R4, Case smoothed and painted, Non-lockup 3000 stall converter, Chrome dust covers and pan, Chrome drive shaft
Chassis

Front
Tubular coated A-arm
Coil over struts
Smooth crossmember
Wilwood billet disc brakes
Chrome steering components
Rear
Auburn posi unit
M/E axels
4-link with wishbone tracking arm.
Willwood billet disc brakes
Pro-stock wheelie bars with all S/S brake lines



Wheeels & Tires

* Front: 15X6 Weld Scorpian 26X7.50X15 Mickey Thompson
* Rear: 15X4 Weld Scorpian 33X21.5X15 Mickey Thompson

 

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