'72 Nova ResurreXion
Blake Foster started out with a shop called Killer Customs where they built almost a dozen high-profile Pro Touring-style cars that made it out to major events like SEMA. They got a name for themselves, and when the opportunity to acquire Speed Tech came up, they pounced. At the time, Speed Tech had a couple of products for first-gen Camaros and some others, but the company was in its infancy. They also bought American Touring Specialties to add to their portfolio. Unfortunately, the parts biz effectively put Killer Customs on hold.
Nevertheless, they would need a test mule to tune their parts, so the Killer Customs car building skills would still come in handy. This '72 X-body named ResurreXion would be the perfect testbed and show car for all the new parts they were developing.
The Nova started out as a Super Chevy project car that was using Speed Tech parts, and Speed Tech bought the project to finish it up. Blake and company built the car more as a racer than a street car, but it still has a comfortable feel with a complete interior, including carpet and headliner. Since they put mini-tubs in, Speed Tech built a fake rear seat that was upholstered to match the front seats-it's a great detail to keep the clean look inside and out.