1972 Chevrolet Nova
Super Rare, Super Fast
Mustang’s third body style emerges.
Classic Car Overview
The 1968 models were fully-redesigned with an extensive restyle on a longer 111-inch wheelbase that gave Chevrolets compacts a chassis that was just one inch shorter than that of the midsize Chevelle coupe. The station wagon and hardtop sport coupe were discontinued, the former in line with an industry trend which left AMC the only American maker of compact station wagons until Chrysler rejoined the market in 1976 (the 1966 70 Ford Falcon wagon was actually midsize, using a bodyshell identical to the Fairlane wagons). One notable change was the front subframe assembly as compared with Ford, Chrysler and AMC, in whose cars the entire front suspension was integrated with the bodyshell, a separate subframe housing the powertrain and front suspension (similar to the front part of the frame of GMs full-size, full-framed vehicles) replaced the earlier style. Although the front subframe design was unique for the Nova, the Camaro introduced a year earlier was the first to incorporate such a design; the redesigned Nova was pushed a year ahead to 1968 instead of 1969. The sales brochure claimed 15 powertrain choices for coupes and a dozen for sedans. Options included power brakes and steering, Four-Season or Comfort-Car air conditioning, rear shoulder belts, and head restraints. There were a few Chevrolet Novas built with the 194 ci (3.1 L), the same motor that had been used in the previous generations of the Chevy II. Sales of the 1968 Chevy II Nova fell by half.
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- Classic Car ID101869854
- Stock NumberBIN180C
- CategoryMuscle & Pony Cars
- Body StyleN/A
- Mileage83,388 miles
- Engine383 STROKER
- Exterior ColorBlack
- Interior ColorBlack
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