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harposrepairyahooc
    
I'm looking for information on the 1968 Chevy Nova SS's that were titled 1967.
I know the difference between the body styles but I seen one 26 years ago and a friend seen one 5 years ago. They both were SS's with a 307 V8 2bbl. with a 3 speed manual transmission. I have another friend who races 2 1967 SS's that have the body style like the 1966's and he thinks I'm just telling him a tall fishing story. I've been looking for this information every since the I first seen one.
Any information about these rare finds would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
posted: May 28, 2008
 
    
 
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street454
    
I'm lost...Do you mean that a 68 body style was titled as a 67? Probably a type-o. New car month is September and an early new model-year car would have a date of 9-13-67 as an example. It is possible that the DMV in there infinite wisdom, fat fingered it to say 67 and it just stuck.

Or not.
posted:  May 29, 2008
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