Corey Farris says he wanted this 1970 Nova coupe from the first time he saw it. The muscular styling of the Nova was a key part of its attraction for him. He finally talked his friend Dave Unruh into selling him the car a little over three years ago.
Corey Farris says he wanted this 1970 Nova coupe from the first time he saw it. The muscular styling of the Nova was a key part of its attraction for him. He finally talked his friend Dave Unruh into selling him the car a little over three years ago. The Wichita Eagle
Corey Farris says he wanted this 1970 Nova coupe from the first time he saw it. The muscular styling of the Nova was a key part of its attraction for him. He finally talked his friend Dave Unruh into selling him the car a little over three years ago. The Wichita Eagle

Hillsboro man carries passion for the Nova

January 07, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED March 27, 2012 09:33 AM

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