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  • B230FT powered Chevy Nova

    What started off as bench racing quickly turned into a very serious project. From rolling chassis to road worth took about 5 months to build. I used the stock LH2.4 from the 1990 wagon that was the donor car. I spent many hours removing and tracing wires out in the Green Book. I wired it into the factory GM harness. The latest modifications are 4.10 gears with Tru Trac rear end, Nathaninwa intake manifold, willwood two puck calipers and tubular upper and lower control arms.

    For a write up on the car, check out Engineswapdepot.com, they published a story a number of years ago on the build. https://engineswapdepot.com/?p=10448

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    Pictures while updating and shortening the LH2.4 wiring harness, many hours soldering wires and removing the 30 year old non sealed rectangular connectors. The resulting pile of wire removed, to be used on later projects.

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      More pictures form the recent work that i've done on the car.

      Engine bay prior to the Nathaninwa intake manifold, Stock B230FT unit powder coated with yellow and blue.

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