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This is Don Berry's 1964 Chevy II sedan. Originally it had a 194 straight 6 with a 3-speed manual trans and only one option - an AM pushbutton radio. Don has recently installed a 355-hp ZZ4 small block with Corvette 2.5" Rams-Horns manifolds and 2.5" dual Flowmaster exhaust. Also added were a Centerforce clutch, an Auburn posi and disc brakes. It is a no rust, California car with original paint that Don uses as a commuter. The original bench seat has been replaced with Camaro buckets. Check out his webpage for more pics.

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Here is Michael & Ashley Brown's original 1964 Nova SS. Personally rebuilt .040" over 350 with 9.5:1 compression, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake & 600 CFM carb, mild Crane cam, TH350 trans, ceramic coated FlowTech headers, 2.5" pipes connected to 40 series Delta Flow Flowmaster mufflers and 3" polished stainless tips. Power brakes, discs in front, drums out back, TCI front clip, Ididit tilt column, manual rack and pinion steering and 17" American Racing Torque Thrust 2's. Michael says this car is a fresh re-build daily driver that took 9 months to complete to this point. Minor body work is still needed but will be completed soon. All work was done by Michael, his wife and his father from engine rebuild to body work to assembly.

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This is Bob Clampitt's 1964 duece. It has a 383 stroker, a TH350 and a 10 bolt 4.11 rear.

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This is John Cooley 1964 Prostreet Nova. Check out his webpage for more pics.

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This is Tim Crock's 1964 Nova SS. An original SS with Palomar Red paint and a Black interior. The engine is a 355 smallblock with a TH350 trans shifted by the stock shifter, linkage and console. Out back is a 3.08 posi and up front are power disk brakes.

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This 1964 Chevy II 400 Nova sedan was first purchased by Paul Cushion's grandmother. It has 38,000 miles on the still stock original 194 L6 engine and 2-speed auto.

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Dianne has owns this beauty for 32 years. It has a totally stock 283 V8, Muncie 4-speed and posi rear. The interior is almost 100% original except for the headliner and carpet.

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This 1964 Nova SS belongs to Tim and Lorraine McKee. It has a 283 4-bbl V8 with a racing cam, posi rear, 2" aluminized dual exhaust and a new interior. Tim says it's a pleasure to drive, and I'd bet it is.

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This is Dennis Moore's 1964 Chevy II sedan. This thing runs mid 12's! See more of Dennis' Nova on his webpage.

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Larry P.'s1964 Nova SS is called "Twisted 6" because of it's nasty inline 6 engine. Check out his webpage.

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Drew Vargo's 1964 SS has a 327, Powerglide and American Racing mags. You can get more info on his webpage.

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This is Jack Young's 1964 Nova. He just got it back together after a complete restoration. In the first two shows and took first in class in one and best of show in the other. It has a 350 small block with Dart Iron Eagle heads and a polished Edelbrock RPM manifold, Summit headers leading into 2.5" Flowmasters. Anything that can be chromed in the engine compartment is or billet. It has a 4-speed trans with a Hays racing clutch followed by a Auburn posi rear. The frame is tied with Competition Engineering bolt-in frame connectors that were then mig welded into place.

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