1970 Chevy Nova Built To Be Enjoyed!
Max Gould a.k.a Burnout Max – owner and builder of this awesome 1970 Chevy Nova as well as winner of the LS Fest Burnout competition is not a hotrodder with years of experience on the field, but a teenager from Santa Barbara, California and that’s what makes his story great.
Max has been a passionate muscle car enthusiast since very early age and always wanted to get a 1st gen Camaro or a Firebird, but those seems to be a bit pricey for him, considering that he works and saves to make a dream come true. Eventually he decides to buy this 1970 Chevy Nova and with the hep of his Father the build was finished just on time for the LS Fest, where Burnout Max surprised everyone.
Max Gould’s 1970 Chevy Nova is an 8-months project, rides on Detroit Speed suspension and 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels wrapped in Nitto tires. It packs a naturally aspirated 346 cube LS engine with Holley Sniper fuel system attached to Tremec TKO600 transmission and is one tire shredding muscle car that I believe every Chevy fan will admire.
Check out the DrivingLine video to learn more from Max himself and don’t forget to SHARE!
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