It is not a SS it’s just a 1973 chevy nova for a 16 year old. Would it be outrageous? It’s not a souped up car really although the engine has some add ons.
Mr D grow a pair you high school drop out scum. I hope you enjoy your miserable pathetic life. I can’t wait to drive my ass around in my souped up chevy nova.
Answer by Don W
$ 100 a month is my guess..
Answer by JD
Insurance rates are determined by more factors than your age and the vehicle. Consider where you live ( zip code) , the type of use, the driving record of the insured, and what type of coverage? You have a computer, so go to all the insurance companies and get online quotes. Progressive, Geico, etc. Any answer you get here probably will not be acurate!!
Answer by Paul M
You might get lower rates by insuring the car as a classic. If you do standard insurance the rates will be high and if the car is wrecked blue book is probably about $ 50.00. It also depends on your deductible. Either way insuring teen drivers is expensive compared to 20 years ago.
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I have a 1969 Chevy Nova with a 454 from a 77 Suburban. The car is not currently running, but I am slowly getting there. However, when turning the steering wheel, the tie rods bump against the oil pan and wheels only can turn a small amount. Has anybody delt with this before and how? It does not have power steering. The car was originally a V6. Will changing the front springs (something I am going to do anyway) help?
Answer by kbrick13
sounds like a chore to me. i would suggest trying to find/or have made, modified oil pan. if you have leaf springs, you can get lift springs to raise it. have fun, good luck
Answer by black36mm
convert the steering to a rack and pinion unit instead of the old steering box
Answer by monte
CHEVY was putting the 396 in Novas back then so there should be an oil pan available from Summit or Jegs that will work.