Our project ‘66 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova recently got the complete Chris Alston Chassisworks treatment. With Chassiswork’s Chevy II front subframe front clip, this complete and comprehensive system completely replaced the weak and flimsy factory front clip with this lightweight yet structurally-superior, technologically-advanced subframe.
Not only does the Chassiwork kit replace the front subframe, but it also re-engineers the front suspension, replaces the upper and lower A-arms, front sway bar and the steering system with a modern rack-and-pinion. Undoubtedly, with this new front clip, out ‘66 Chevy deuce is gonna haul the mail and carve corners like a car 45 years younger. While we’re still a ways away from getting out on the tarmac and seeing how this fiery red Chevy II will do in the slalom and on the skidpad, we are certain that we’re properly equipped for whatever come our way.
Watch as we completely replace our 44-year-old factory front clip with Chris Alston’s Chevy II g-Machine Subframe System and see how it saved us some weight while drastically improving front end rigidity, suspension geometry and durability; transforming our stock unibody into a true street/strip machine.