Chevrolet Nova

Chevy Nova, just rusting away...

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Jan 4, 2010

I prefer older ones but this one would be a cool ride

Jul 4, 2009

looking for this model used to have 2 of them one was a hatch is it for sale

May 25, 2009

They really cheapened the 75-79 cars.The hoods pancake just looking at them and the leaf springs crack regularly.Still,they are fairly decent,especially compared to Ford Mavericks.

Feb 10, 2008

My Dad owns this car. It is a 1975 SS w/ the original paint. The engine is only a 262 V8, not very big, but enough to leave a few posi marks. The SS this year was basically about appearance.

Jan 24, 2008

Not a problem. These are not my favorite Novas. Does the term L79 mean anything? (Tim Allen UHH UHH insert here)!

Jan 24, 2008

When they we new I was disapointed thought they looked more like a truck than a sporty car the older ones were but they have grown on me especially the SS's but I'd still rather have a clean 73 red SS

Jan 24, 2008

These are my favorite! I would love to have a 75-76 NOVA, this is a rare SS and needs to be put back on the road.

Jan 23, 2008

NO NO rarely see the SS's from this era. Everybody knows about the "usual" SS cars 62-74. I thought that I would enlighten the masses to the rarely seen 75-76 SS Novas. Ever see a 73 Chevelle SS wagon? S3 Laguna with the factory turbine rims??

Jan 23, 2008

Dude you really need to do your homework....only made in 75/76....I think not...!

Jan 23, 2008

In 75 and 76 Chev made a limited number of "SS" cars. Wikipedia has a blurb about it.

Jan 23, 2008

Sorry looked like You were saying they were only made in 75/76.

Jan 22, 2008

I'm I seeing things or does it say Nova SS on the grill?