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Old 08-25-2021, 02:32 PM
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Default Joe Van Nus’ Dutchboys Hotrods 1971 Chevrolet Nova on Forgeline FF3C Open Lug Wheels

God bless America. Joe’s incredible pro-touring 1971 Chevrolet Nova was built by the team at Dutchboys Hotrods. It’s powered by a Mamo Motorsports LS7 mated to a Bowler Transmissions-prepped Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission and rides on Detroit Speed suspension, JRi Shocks coilovers, Essex-AP Racing brakes, Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R tires, and 18x9.5/19x11 Forgeline forged three piece FF3C Open Lug wheels finished with Brushed centers and Polished reverse flat-lip outers! See more at: https://forgeline.com/customer-gallery/joe-van-nus

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Old 08-25-2021, 02:43 PM
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LOVE that car. The wheels fit the car perfectly.


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Beautiful setup on that car. Friend looking to do the same wheels on his nova. This just helped confirm his decision.
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Wow a pro touring car without the sheeple " black " look...Shiny trim, shiny wheels absolute winner!! Very nice.

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Thanks for posting and thanks for the love everyone.

*Small info update*

Mamo ported the intake for us but the LS7 wasn't a Mamo build. This is the same LS7 that was in Paul's 71 Camaro. Livernois Motorsports originally built the engine. This past winter we refreshed the short block in house. Landspeed ported the heads and spec'd a cam for us.

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