” These days the pro-touring scene can feel a bit like the pro-street scene – a bunch of show cars built solely for aesthetics. Sure, they all look good with wide wheels and giant brakes, but how many could successfully conquer an autocross course? The number is probably smaller than you think. It’s why we never get tired of builds like 1967 Chevrolet Nova. It did the show car thing and has the magazine features to prove it but, in its current configuration, this car is about substance.
Sporting a 660hp LS7, a Tremec five-speed, an industrial strength suspension, and a six-point roll cage, the car keeps its spec sheet first-rate while offering a timeless look and a genuinely livable interior with air conditioning and a killer stereo. The car was a contender for Goodguys 2013 Muscle Machine of Year and is an upcoming Popular Hot Rodding Cover car with multiple features in its past. Best of all, this wicked pro-tourer will cross the block at the upcoming RKM Collector Car Auction in Charlotte, NC where your high bid can bring it home! ”
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