1962 Chevrolet Nova

The Chevy II Nova was available as a 2- and 4-door sedan, sport coupe, convertible, and station wagon. All were powered by a six-cylinder engine and rode on 6.50 x 13 tires. Inside, there was carpeting, special interior upholstery and trim, and rear foam seat cushions. On the exterior, there was Nova rear fender nameplates, window moldings, side body moldings, rocker sill strips, full wheel discs, deck lid trim, and front fender windsplit moldings.

The overhead-valve, six-cylinder engine displaced 194.4 cubic-inches and offered 120 horsepower. Pricing began at $2,200 for the 2-door sedan and rose to nearly $2,500 for the station wagon.

By Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2018

Related Reading : Chevrolet Nova History

In December of 1959 Chevrolet began creating a vehicle code-named the H-35. The design was to fall between the Chevrolets compact and full-size vehicles. Also known as the Chevy II, the vehicle was to be an economical vehicle with power coming from either a four or six cylinder engine. When the Nova was introduced at the 29th of September in 1961, the vehicle could be purchased with a 153 cubic-inch....
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Related Reading : Chevrolet Nova History

Advertised as not to small, not too big, not too expensive, the Chevy Nova was produced for over two decades and earned its way proudly into the American drivers heart and was a personal favorite for law enforcement officers in 48 states at one time. Debuting in 1961 as a 1962 model, the popular Nova was launched as the top model in the Chevy II lineup through 1968. A compact car, the Nova gave....
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