CamaroKid, take Dave's sarcasm with a grain of salt, but DO make an effort to understand what he's getting at. You haven't provided much information, just asked a VERY VERY broad question. We don't even know what year the car is, let alone how much power it will have and how that power will be generated.
What does 'Best' mean to you? To me, it means uncompromising design and performance, geometry designed to extract every last thousandth of a second from a lap time. Unfortunately, a suspension like that will be miserable on the street. Also, a massive front tire is not always the best option for a car that sees a lot of street use.
Chassisworks offers several options for your Nova, no matter what the year. Check out the link below; the later Nova stuff will be covered in the Camaro guide, the early Nova/Chevy II has it's own book.
I hope that's helpful, give me a call if you have any questions.