I was daydreaming the other day and got lost on the waves of the internet looking at cool builds on social media. You know how it goes. Then suddenly I stumbled upon a bitchin’ 1972 Nova build and began to salivate a bit when I saw the beautiful, modern subframe and suspension components that underpinned this old Chevy.
Naturally, the hardware was from Total Cost Involved (TCI), and when I dug a little deeper, I discovered that not only can TCI transform your 1968-1974 Nova into a modern supercar, but they’re offering a really great deal on their premium parts right now.
Through the end of January 2021, when you take the plunge and order TCI’s Pro-Touring IFS and Torque Arm package for your 1968-74 Nova, you’ll get many upgrades for free. To start, TCI will sweeten the deal with a red or black caliper upgrade from Wilwood, braided steel brake hoses, sway bar, and adjustable RideTech coil-overs for the rear suspension. Then, take another 10% off the total bill and get cheap freight costs of just 150.00.
Since 1974, Total Cost Involved has been a leading provider of American-made classic car parts for muscle cars, hot rodders, and speed enthusiasts nationwide. What originally started as the passion of founder and President Ed Moss, has grown into a full team of experienced engineers, machinists, and technical sales advisors. Go here for more info.