A Thrilling Journey into the World of a Custom 1972 Chevy Nova 383 Stroker


This custom built 1972 Chevy Nova looks very nice and would make a great daily driver for the muscle car enthusiasts.

Custom 1972 Chevy Nova 383 Stroker | Video Review | Hot Cars

The Straight body with beautiful chrome & trim, Purple color that makes it pop, 16-inch Cragars’ and awesome stance gives the vehicle a unique look.

Chevrolet Nova interior has been upgraded as well, it looks fresh and offers a comfortable ride.

Best parts of this car are the performance upgrades allowing it to go really fast around the corners as safe as a modern muscle car would do. The power comes from a healthy 383 cubic inch V8 Stroker with aluminium heads paired with a 4-speed transmission.

On the video you can see more of it.

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