This is my Dad's 1967 Chevy II. He bought the car in 1982 and completed it in August of that year. At that time the car had a 327, 4-speed, with 4.88 gears in the Chevy II 12 bolt. A combination of clutch linkage problems (partly due to not having a Chevy II block) and the 327 developing a vibration, that I'm sure the 4.88's contributed to, it soon recieved a 350 from Zimmerman's Speed Shop, a Powerglide and 3.73's. Dad was not to impressed with the Powerglide on the street, so it was replaced with a 350 Turbo. This combination remained in the car until he purchased a '48 Chevy Sedan in 1992. The Nova donated its powertrain to the '48 project. It then recieved a 283 Chevy II block built by Wayne Caudill and a Muncie 4-speed. Although still in pretty good condition the paint was wearing thin, so in the Spring of 1998 Dad repainted it. In 1999 a new interior kit was installed by Mike McHenry. In the Fall of 2002 he bought and we installed a Fatman Fabrication strut front suspension kit (install pics). In the Fall of 2003 a GM spec. Tremec TKO was purchased from Forte's, along with a crossmember from National Nostalgic Nova, and a Pro 5.0 shifter. This combination with the 283 took us to Charolotte, NC and back to Yorkville, IN in Oct. of 2003 with not trouble and getting approx. 21mpg.