CHEVY NOVA TAKES ON A SUPERCHARGED CAMARO In A Night Street Race!
Maybe the Chevy Nova is a little older than the Camaro, but they still have the same genetics. Judging by the body of the Nova, this is the second generation which was on the production lane from 1965 to 1967. The Chevrolet Camaro is from the first generation, 1967-1969.
From the genetics of the cars, only are remained some genes in the body, but there is nothing left in the soul, the engine.
These engines on the video don’t even sound as the most powerful versions and they are not even closer to the stock performance given from their father, Chevrolet. The most powerful engine under the hood on the Nova at that time was 5.36-liter V8 with 275 hp paired with a Powerglide automatic or a 4-speed manual gearbox. The best of the Camaro was 7.0-liter V8 engine with 375 hp with Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 transmission (impressive performance for the Camaro, we must admit).
But as we said, if you take a closer look on the cars on the video you will see the console inside and all the pointers about the pressure, you know what we mean. Watch the video posted by YouTube user The Bay Area Racing and leave us in comments if you know how many ponies they have under the hood.