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The Nova was one of the first compact cars introduced to the American market. It started production in 1962 and ended in 1979. A new generation was made from 1985 until 1988.
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The first type of Nova sold in 1962 had unibody contruction, and an OHV inline 4 engine, or an optional straight 6. It came as a 2 or 4 door sedan, 2 door hardtop, and 4 door station wagon. The second generation lasted just through 1966 and 1967, but saw the introduction of the V8 engine option. The station wagon was dropped in 1968 and it was officially called the Nova in 1969, instead of Chevy II as it had previously been named. These X-body platform cars also had the SS performance option with a SS 396 engine. 175 Novas from 1970 were converted by Yenko Chevrolet into pure and powerful muscle cars. These are VERY valuable today. The car got smaller through the 1970's, and less powerful as well. The 1985 Nova was a rebadged Toyota Sprinter compact car, with none of the power of its ancestors from the 1960's. You can find Novas from nearly all model years for sale on eBay, and lots of parts are also available there. Once in a blue moon a Yenko will go up for auction there. Have your wallet ready for those.
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