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Le't get the party started -How are the Novas classified for generations?

How many different gens are there and what would the spread for years be?
 

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IIRC, 62-65, 66-67, 68-72, and later. I had a 63 Chevy II (not Nova), 4 cyl, 3 on the tree, 13" 4 lug wheels. It was a nice straight car. Had a left over 60 over 327 that had been in a sprint car, stuffed it in there. Had a big cross-flow radiator, stayed cool on the streets of Phoenix. 1st gear was useless, but 2nd was forever. eventually trashed the 3-spd, installed a Turbo 400. The cam was a little much for the auto trans, the car became known as Dumbo because of the way the doors flapped while open idling in gear. The whole car was rocked by the engine. The right door used to pop open when it hit second real hard. It was a fun car. Plain white, 13s, bottle caps, skinny tires, plain vinyl seat, rubber floor mats. Wonder what it weighed? I'll never forget it, it was a blast.
 

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Good reference site for Nova/ChevyII info: http://www.novaresource.org/



Another good Nova/ChevyII site: http://stevesnovasite.com/forums/
(several of us are drifting over from there. Looks like this will make a good sister-site):)


Dan (nice site)
 

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Hey Danno!!!Nice to see you over here.bm
 

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1st Gen = 1962-65
2nd Gen = 1966-67
3rd Gen = 1968-74
4th Gen = 1975-79

And 5th Gen = rebadged toyota crap

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DANNO said:
Good reference site for Nova/ChevyII info: http://www.novaresource.org/



Another good Nova/ChevyII site: http://stevesnovasite.com/forums/
(several of us are drifting over from there. Looks like this will make a good sister-site):)


Dan (nice site)
You're just all over the place. basketcase from steve's and bdmorrison from ColoradoMuscle
 

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blue1976nova,


They may be crap, but my daughter-in-law to be traded hers off last Friday. It had 257,000 miles on it. NO overhaul. hpg
 

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Yeah, I get around for an old guy.:D


Dan (in a few others, too);)
I didn't realize your walker was so fast..:D
 

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"I've fallen and I can't get up!"
 
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