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In the past six years James has racked up about 16,000 miles on the Nova and made tons of new friends.

By The Numbers Engine: stock 302ci J-code small-block Ford Windsor with Edelbrock Performer intake and Holley 600-cfm carb Trans: TCI-built C4 three-speed automatic Rearend: 8-inch rear with 3.00 gears and Power Trax limited-slip Suspension: stock with Shelby mod and 1-inch sway bar up front, stock with 11/16-inch sway bar in the rear Brakes: SSBC disc brakes up front, stock drums in the rear Wheels & Tires: 15-inch Boyd Coddington wheels with BFGoodrich 205/60R15 and 235/60R15 tires Cool Factoid: This ’68 was Jo’s first car, and many of her dates with her future husband, Donny, consisted of them working on it together.1969 Chevy Nova Steve Packard Atascadero, CAJust when Steve Packard, now 65, thought he was done with hot rods, his 24-year-old son, Jason, began rebuilding an ’87 Chevy IROC Camaro—and all the old warm fuzzy hot rod feelings came flooding back.

With only 24K on the odometer, it’s still almost new.

Chevrolet Nova1964 Chevy Nova SSJames Burns, Kirkland, WAAfter his dad died from cancer in 2004 at the age of 78, James Burns had a bit of a midlife crisis, or so that’s what his wife tells him.

By The Numbers Engine: Chevrolet Performance 350ci H. small-block Chevy with Vortec heads and 650 Holley carb Trans: 700-R4 four-speed automatic overdrive with 2,200-stall converter Rearend: 12-bolt GM posi with 3.73 gears Suspension: stock with CPP springs and sway bar, Cal Tracs bars (rear)Cars can’t talk, but their owner’s sure can.

In the case of this ’70 Nova, owner Rick James bought it the first time in 1976.

Yeah, the tech sheet looks pretty sparse, but don’t let that fool you—there just aren’t a lot of blister-packed parts on Kurt’s car.

By The Numbers Engine: 6.0L LQ4 with L92 heads, COMP cam (232/246 duration at .050, .595/.613-inch lift), LS3 intake, 92mm throttle body, P1SC supercharger Trans: 700-R4 four-speed automatic overdrive with 3,500-stall converter Rearend: stock 8.2-inch 10-bolt with 3.73 gears Suspension: stock, Summit 1-inch drop spindles, CE drag shocks Brakes: stock Wheels & Tires: Jaguar XKR 18-inch wheels with 245/35R18 and 275/40R18 Toyo tires1974 Chevy Camaro Julian Johnston, Langdon, NDSuspension: stock front and rear suspension with Monroe gas shocks Brakes: stock front disc and rear drum brakes Wheels & Tires: 14×7 American Racing Black Modular wheels with 215/60R14 and 275/60R14 BFGoodrich Radial T/ACool Factoid: Julian bought his Camaro when he was 14 and has done much of the work himself, including rust repair and paint and body.1978 Chevy Camaro Geri Lee Reynolds, Knoxville, MDBy The Numbers Engine: 350ci small-block Chevy with stock cast-iron heads, “off-road” camshaft, and Edelbrock Torker intake Trans: Turbo 350 automatic three-speed with shift kit and 3,200-stall converter Rearend: stock 10-bolt with 2.43 gears Suspension: stock Brakes: stock Wheels & Tires: stock 15-inch Rally wheels (powdercoated purple), 225/60R15 tires Cool Factoid: The Camaro was a “thank you” gift from Geri’s brother, Kregg, who she helped nurse back to health after a work-related train accident.1981 Chevy Camaro Z28 Craig Barkhouse, Stellartown, Nova Scotia By The Numbers Engine: 502ci Chevrolet Performance ZZ502 big-block Chevy crate engine, roller cam (.527/.544 lift 224/234 duration at .050), Edelbrock intake with Holley 850-cfm carb Trans: Turbo 400 three-speed automatic with 2,500-stall converter Rearend: 10-bolt with Auburn limited-slip and Richmond 4.10 gears Suspension: stock, front and rear Brakes: stock discs and drums Wheels & Tires: 15×7 and 15×10 Centerline Convo Pro wheels with 26×8.00R15 and 28×12.00 Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires Cool Factoid: Craig bought the Z28 new and has been treating it like a prized possession, continually upgrading it ever since.

So where does Kurt get enough snot to run 122 mph in the quarter at that altitude you ask?

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After much hell-raising in it as a young man, and after dating and marrying his girlfriend in it (now his wife of 33 years), he sold it to a gent who had an even greater penchant for automotive abuse.

Living in a small town, however, it was only a matter of time before he rediscovered his old mechanical flame atop a stack of jalopies at his local junkyard, where he was scrounging for parts on an unrelated project.