Car of the Week: Dennis Webb's '67 Chevy Nova

Car of the Week: Dennis Webb's '67 Chevy Nova

Welcome to the BTE Racing Car of the Week series, where we feature our customers and fans, and the cars (and trucks) they love to race. Today, it’s all about Dennis Webb from Victoria, TX and his ’67 Nova

When and where was your first race? 

Green Valley Race Way in Dallas, TX 1974 

What model/year do you race now? 

1967 Yellow Nova two-door 

Does your car have a nickname? 

The Yellow Deuce 


What's under the hood? 

406 Smallblock Chevy 

Cat Crank 

Eagle 6" Rods 

JE 13-1 Sportsman Pistons 

Dart 210 Heads 

Hooker Fender Well Headers 

Edelbrock High Rise intake 

750 CFM Barry Grant carburetor 

30" x 10.5" Micky Thompson tires 

ALL BTE 350 Turbo Transmission 

BTE 350 Transbrake 

BTE Converter 

Moser 9' Rear Spool and Axles 

Which BTE products do you use in your vehicle? 

Almost ALL parts are from BTE.  

Why do you use BTE? 

When I met Bill Taylor in Memphis, I was impressed with his display of parts and pricing. He thought of the little guy.  

Someone you look up to in racing? 

I’m inspired by Bill Grumpy Jenkins, Don Garlits and Eddie Hill.  

If money were no object, what would you drive? 

Probably funny car or top fuel

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