Chevrolet Nova

SS Disguise? 1970 Chevrolet Nova

At first glance, this ’70 Nova has something of a Super Sport look to it, from the blacked-out grille and raised ornaments on the hood to the wood-grain steering wheel and 4-speed shifter. And, yet, when you open the… more»

383 Stroker: 1966 Chevrolet Nova

If you looked up the word “sleeper” in the dictionary, it would be no surprise to find a photo of this 1966 Chevrolet Nova next to it. Apart from the Rally wheels, there nothing to indicate what secrets this… more»

HiPo 327/4-Speed: 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS L79

We all dream of striking gold with a barn find, and the owner of this 1966 Nova SS has managed to do that. It is an essentially complete car that would make a fantastic restoration project. Making it something… more»

17k Genuine Miles: 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS 396

I’m sure that I’m not alone in wishing that it were possible to travel back in time. That would give us the chance to witness firsthand some of the most important events in World history. It would also allow… more»

Solid Runner: 1970 Chevrolet Nova

The 1970 model year would be one of the Chevy Nova’s most successful as more than 307,000 copies rolled off the assembly line. Which was especially good given that Plymouth introduced its sporty Duster fastback that year. This 2-door… more»

Super Survivor: 1963 Chevrolet Nova SS

All due respect to Ford’s Falcon and Plymouth’s Valiant, Chevrolet designers knocked one out of the park with their second year Chevrolet Nova. The two-door hardtop styling was reflective of a more substantial car as opposed to an entry-level… more»

350 V8 Survivor: 1970 Chevrolet Nova

The Nova began as the Chevy II in 1962 as Chevrolet’s more conventional entry in the compact market space (the other was the Corvair and conventional is not the word to describe it). By the end of the decade,… more»

17k Mile Survivor: 1976 Chevrolet Nova Concours

Fifth-generation Chevy Nova’s (1975-79) were the last of the rear-wheel-drive models. They would continue to sell well even though the FWD Citation was coming soon to replace it (which was too bad). For 1976, the designation for the most… more»

Perfect Sleeper: 1970 Chevrolet Nova

The 1970 Chevrolet Nova hiding under this cover is a vehicle that the owner has built as a total package. No corners have been cut, and it should provide all of the performance potential that most owners would want…. more»

1 of 164: 1972 Chevrolet Nova with Skyroof

The Chevy Nova was a common sight in the 1970s, but what wasn’t so common was one with a factory skyroof. It was an option only in 1972 and 1973, and just 164 of them came in blue in… more»

Garage Find 1964 Chevy II Nova

In 1960, Ford had the Falcon and Chevy the Corvair, but the latter was hardly conventional compared to the Blue Oval product. By 1962 Chevrolet was looking for a “regular” compact to compete and the Chevy II was born…. more»

19k Mile Survivor: 1977 Chevrolet Nova

The fourth generation of the Chevy Nova would be its last as a rear-wheel drive compact. It began in 1962 as Chevrolet’s second entrant in that space (the first was the less conventional Corvair). Over the course of its… more»

427 Powered 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS

Third-generation Chevy Nova’s would run from 1968-74 and be the most popular for the nameplate. If you ordered a Super Sport version in the first three model years, you could choose from a 350 small block or 396 big… more»

Field Find: 1974 Chevrolet Nova

The third generation Chevy Nova (1968-74) was the car’s most successful in terms of sales. In fact, in 1974, they enjoyed their best year, no doubt due to the OPEC oil embargo that saw buyers flocking to smaller cars…. more»

1 of 175: 1970 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Deuce

Don Yenko was an American race car driver turned dealer who become known for creating high-performance automobiles. He first had success with the Yenko Corvair and then Camaro, so he set his sights on the Chevy Nova, creating the… more»

Shop Find: 1963 Chevrolet Nova SS

The Super Sport (SS) option was added to the Chevy II in its second year. To get it, you had to order the Nova coupe or convertible. For just $161 extra, the SS editions got you bucket seats, finned… more»