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Dave Arnold and his son David like to show this beautiful 1962 Nova. It has a 350 small block with a two 650 Edelbrocks on top of a tinnel ram intake. The TH350 trans has a 3000-rpm converter and the backhalfed suspension consists of ladder bars and a narrowed Ford 9" with 4.56 gears.

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Allan Bell owns the bright red 1962 Nova. The drivetrain is all stock with a 194 L6 and Powerglide.

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Daniel & Maria Boldridge own this 1962 Chevy II 100. The engine is a .060" over 400 with a tunnel ram and 2 650 Holley carbs. The trans is a Powerglide with a transbrake, a 4300-rpm converter and a Hurst Quarter Stick. The rear is a Ford 9" with 4.56 Richmond gears, 31-spline Moser axles and disc brakes.

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This 1962 Nova is the daily driver for Chuck Butcher's wife, Scottie. It has a 355 small block with a TH350 trans and a 3200-rpm converter. The rear is an 8.5" posi with 3.42 gears. The front suspension consists of 3rd gen Camaro struts/coild and a Chevette power steering rack and pinion. Other improvements include power front disc brakes, a tilt column, 5-way power bucket seats and Autometer gauges. The best time with it is a 13.17 @ an elevation of 2700-feet. Check out his webpage for more information.

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This is Steve Butman's 1962 Nova. It has a Heidts front crossmember and suspension. It's powered by a 454 4-bolt marine engine with steel crank, Edelbrock aluminum heads, Performer RPM cam, factory Chevy intake & 950 Holley. The transmission is a Doug Nash 5-speed. The rear is a Ford 9" posi that came out of a Cushman 3-wheel utility scooter. Not a misprint. The interior is from a 1963 SS Nova. Check out his webpage for more information.

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This 1962 Chevy II 2-door sedan belongs to Nathan Custer. The engine pic is of the original 194 engine. It now has a rebuilt 250 with 10:1 compression, ratio, domed pistons, mild cam, and the head from the 194. It backed by a TH350 trans. He says the body has 100,000 miles but there is only 6,000 miles on the rebuilt engine and it runs excellent. Nathan say he hates to let it go but it is up for sale. Check out his webpage for more information.

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Here is Danny & Peggy Driesel's 1962 Nova convertible. It has a 6-cylinder engine and an automatic trans. Danny says he loves to go to local show and shines. This photo was taken in front of an restored 50-60 Texaco gas station.

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Butch Ehrig pulled this 1962 4-door out of a field about a year ago and with the help of some friends restored it. It used to be green with grey interior. The car has a 194 inline six that is completely rebuilt. Butch says it's a nice little cruiser.

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This is Bruce Frappied's 1962 Chevy II. He has a great webpage with a lot more information and pictures.

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This nasty 1962 Chevy II is owned by Howard Healy. It has a 13.3:1 compression 406 small block with Brodix heads, Crane .670/.620 lift 268/276 duration roller cam, Victor 4+4 intake and a Deamon 1050 carb. The trans is a Powerglide with a transbrake and a 6300 converter. The rear is a Dana 60 with 4.88 gears. It's run a best of 9.78 @ 134 at a 5845' altitude track.

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James Hood said his 1962 Chevy II runs the 1/8 mile in 7.77 on a 2-bbl carb.

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This is Richard Jeffords' 1962 Chevy II 100 sedan. It has a rebuilt straight 6 with dual side exit Flowmaster exhaust system, 3-speed with Hurst floor shifter, Enkei Gold 8 spoke mags and a Honda Accord interior.

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This 1962 Nova is belongs to Robert Mast. It's powered with a .060" over 350 Chevy small block, 270 Comp cam, Edelbrock gear drive, TH350 trans with TCI 2500 stall converter, polished Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, Holley 750 cfm four barrel carb, MSD distributor, MSD 6A+ electronic ignition, Sanderson headers, 2-1/2 aluminized exhaust with 2-chamber Flowmasters. The paint is Cherry Red.

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Here is James Nowlin's 1962 Nova. It has a 350 with a 6-71 BDS Blower, TH400 with manual shift and a Ford 9" with 4.11 gears.

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Joe and Denise Rea own this 1962 Nova. It's a stroker powered 4-speed car with air lift in the back and the new T.C.I front clip with Air Ride air bags in the front.

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This 1962 Nova was Joe Rydarowski's mom's first car and has been in the family since new. A local school teacher in SouthPlainfield, NJ, his mother drove the car daily until 1986. Everything is original on the car and sometime soon Joe is hoping to undertake a complete restoration.

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Susan named her 1962 Nova "CherryAnn". It was originally owned by a man who drove it until he was 103! When he was in his late 90s he decided the 6cyl engine wasn't macho enough and threw a 283 in it. It's a sweet daily driver with attitude.

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