If you’ve grown tired of seeing the worn out, rusted car in your backyard, it might be a very good idea to think about restoring it.
Cars get ruined with age, no matter how much you try to preserve them.
This, however, does not mean that you should give up on them.
A love dating so back in time shall not be wasted, which is why getting your car renewed is an excellent option.
Another thing can be recreating a car you had fallen in love with decades ago, but both of these can require a lot of time, investment, and effort.
All of this wouldn’t be required at all, and here’s how.
Presenting to you the Chevy II Nova skeleton, which is completely made of steel; that of the highest quality.
The body itself has a lot of features included in it, which makes sure that you’ll have most of the parts for restoration with you, already assembled.
This will, without a doubt, take off a lot from the amount of hard work you have to put into restoration.
The floorpan includes the standard floor shift tunnel, as well as the brackets for the bucket seats.
The mini tubs are wide and spacious, which means that you can use tires which are easily up to 315 mm without any problem at all.
The body does not include any of the exterior skins, and all of the parts are put together with an unnerving amount of precision.
All of the assemblies take place in the US, under the supervision of highly experienced experts.
The hands of the professional and the latest technology are all that is used in the assembly of these materials, and it is made sure that our clients face no problems.
Imperfections are eliminated, and satisfaction is all we offer our clients with.
Here is a video of a Chevy Nova steel body being built.
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Even though the quality of the materials used is rather improved to be even better than the quality of the original car, the look of the Chevy is still preserved, so that it won’t lose the vintage look that people like the most about the cars which are that old.
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