8.2 10 bolt unless you ordered the 12 bolt.
Your car will have ss on it
yes it can definitely be done.
yes thay did
about 3,100 lbs
yes they will but the fly window will be an issue becase the 72 has fly windows
and the 73 doesn't so u would have to drill holes in the top of the door for screws for the fly window other than that the exactly the same
look at the dash and see if it has the oil gauge , amp gauge, and temperature gauge, if it doesn't it's not a real ss.
Only Chevelle had a custom dash for the SS. Not the Nova. Nova did, however, have an optional tach, that went where the clock is. Under the hood, on the drivers side firewall, there will be a square tag, by the master cylinder. It will have a bunch of single letters, followed by two numbers. These are all you build codes. This will break down how your car came, from where, what color, motor, ect.
More than likely a 3.08 gear ratio.
which is a highway gear and a little strip very little unless not stock clutch/torque conveter
It makes a nice paperweight!
Is that an answer or a question? For the 77 Nova any 262-400 will be a direct swap. Big blocks can be done if you use the 396 mounts from the '68-'72 Novas. If you have an L6, swap motor mounts and a small V8 should drop right in. Of course, you'll need to modify your exhaust and a few other things. Is this what you were looking for?
Depends on what engine it has in it. Being a 72 some one could have put a different engine in it.
the 7th number will be an s
52 1/2 in with an 8.2 rear with 8.5 you need 51 1/2 we found out the hard way the 8.5 case is 1 in longer
Not without tubbing the car.
yes, they are the same exact cars the only differences are the front headlights and grill and the tail lights otherwise the cars are pretty much the same. so yes, a 73' nova hood will fit a 70'
The only V8s available were the 307 and 350 V8s.