Each car and owner on the five-race tour has their own story, but the one virtually everybody wanted to know about was Larry Larson. Make no mistake, Larson’s car does look like a race car. This wild Chevy Nova ss we found on ebay, and by the looks of it, this is a full on no expense spared build. The owner claims it started out as a rust free 118 Vin code Nova body and was given the Pro Street look. The engine is a 502 Chevy crate motor, backed by a 400 turbo trans, and a narrowed 9″ ford rear. Up front a Chris Alston front clip with air ride suspension at all four corners.
A mean looking Chevy Nova ss that is just about to tare up the entire drag strip and do some serious damage. The owner of the video did not gave as some specs about this mean looking Chevy Nova ss , but from the looks of it, it sure as hell reminds a lot on Stuntman Mike’s 1971 Chevy Nova, from Quentin Tarantino`s Death Proof movie. this one does not have the duck ornament at the front of the hood, but that is why there is the supercharger that is sticking out of the hood and gives it even more notorious appearance. And I can bet for sure that it can do much more damage than the Stuntman Mike’s Death Proof – on the drag strip of course!The paint is near perfect and it has to be to show off the mirrored black finish. The owner explains it took just over three years to complete at a cost of almost $200 grand to complete, and he is offering it for half of that as a “buy it now,” and is also accepting serious offers.