Chevrolet Nova

No Reserve Nova: 1972 Chevrolet Nova

With a fairly straight body and a 350ci V8 nestling under the hood, this 1972 Chevrolet Nova looks like it would be a pretty good base for a project build. It is located in San Jose, California, and is… more»

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Best Realistic Offer: 1969 Chevrolet Nova

If you are looking for a classic to either restore or to put your own personal mark on, then maybe you need to look at a car like this 1969 Chevrolet Nova. The owner bought it with the intention… more»

Original Hot Hatch: 1973 Chevrolet Nova SS

While not the most exotic of unicorns, an SS Nova with the hatchback body isn’t exactly the most common muscle car you can find. This is the sort of car where I’ll gladly entertain discussions about how the specific… more»

Original 4-Speed: 1974 Chevrolet Nova SS

Nova production hit its high-water mark in model year 1974 with over 390,000 (all models and trim levels) finding homes that year. The Super Sport or “SS” model accounted for over 21,000 of those including this 1974 Chevrolet Nova… more»

1969 Chevrolet Nova SS Barn Find Project

There was a time when you could find and buy nice Chevy Nova SS for not a lot of money, but due to the rising values of Chevelles and the Novas history of offering decent performance for the money,… more»

1 of 600! 1968 Chevrolet Nova SS – L78 396

If you outfit your ride with fat meats on the back and skinny tires on the front, you’d better have something impressive under the hood. This 1968 Chevrolet Nova SS in Midland, Texas answered that challenge as a true… more»

All Original: 1969 Chevy Nova Sedan

This all original grocery getter is a much more appealing grocery getter than current ones. Who wouldn’t want this 1969 Chevy Nova sedan with 46,941 miles, owned by only 3 people? It is located in Southwick, Massachusetts and is… more»

Original Owner SS: 1974 Chevrolet Nova SS

By 1974 the muscle car era was over, EPA regulations forced manufacturers to equip vehicles with power robbing emissions equipment and the Oil Crisis forced consumers to shift their mindset from HPs to MPGs. Still, performance models were offered… more»

Four-Cylinder Survivor: 1969 Chevrolet Nova

This slightly unusual 1969 Chevrolet Nova is listed for sale here on eBay. Located in Jeddo, Michigan, it comes with a clear title. The seller has set a BIN of $10,500 but there is the option to make an… more»

No COPO? Rare, Unconverted 1969 Yenko Nova

Yenko is one of those words that you don’t have to explain to most classic car enthusiasts. But, did you know that Yenko ordered some cars that were never converted into Yenko super cars? That is the story with… more»

Nova What? 1974 Chevrolet Nova 4×4

Yeah, you heard me. This big bully looking vehicle is, in fact, real, and is up for sale. You can purchase this 1974 Chevrolet Nova 4×4 for a current bid price of $7,650, with no reserve, and there’s the… more»

Texas Hatchback: 1974 Chevrolet Nova

The Texas sun can turn soft and/or shiny things into hard and/or dull things and that’s what’s happened to this 1974 Chevrolet Nova hatchback. The seller has it posted on Craigslist in Duluth, Minnesota and the photos can be… more»

SS Hatchback: 1974 Chevrolet Nova Project

What Makes It Special? This is a SS hatchback with a sunroof. It’s a two-door, not a two-door post sedan. Great project car to create your vision.

Alabama Barn Find: 1971 Chevrolet Nova

The seller says that this 1971 Chevrolet Nova was discovered under a carport on a farm and it was grandma’s “pride and joy that she enjoyed driving to and from her sisters house and church.” It’s listed on eBay with… more»

46,819 Mile Garage Find: 1976 Chevrolet Nova

Being a detail person I like the little detail of having a Chevy Bowtie logo on the front market lights of this 1976 Chevrolet Nova. This one-owner car can be found on Craigslist, or here on the CL archive,… more»

Nova Alternative: 1973 Oldsmobile Omega

How can this be? I, of course, know the Chevy Nova. I know the Pontiac Ventura, and I recognize the Buick Apollo as X-Body variations of the Nova. But, imagine my surprise when I saw the ad for the… more»