I prefer older ones but this one would be a cool ride
looking for this model used to have 2 of them one was a hatch is it for sale
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.
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.
Not a problem. These are not my favorite Novas. Does the term L79 mean anything? (Tim Allen UHH UHH insert here)!
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
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.
NO NO NO...you 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??
Dude you really need to do your homework....only made in 75/76....I think not...!
In 75 and 76 Chev made a limited number of "SS" cars. Wikipedia has a blurb about it.
Sorry Street.....it looked like You were saying they were only made in 75/76.
I'm I seeing things or does it say Nova SS on the grill?