A Information To Sport At Any Age

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Six-cylinder Novas could get Chevy’s ill-fated clutchless Torque-Drive semi-automatic transmission. When you’re working your five-speed transmission like Sammy Hagar in a black Ferrari, the last thing on your mind is microbial infection. This transmission was also used in the Vega, but only 2,992 were installed in Novas. The 1973 Chevrolet Novas also weighed about 100 pounds more than their 1972 counterparts. At a starting price of $25,000, the Chevrolet Impala is one of the more affordable full-sized cars to get into, and it has been winning praise for its overall low cost to operate. That was $173 more than the six-cylinder base-model two-door hatchback. The 1973 Chevrolet Nova gained a hatchback two-door model and a revised nose. Actually, the 396 V-8 displaced 402-cubic-inches for 1970 thanks to a slight increase in bore diameter, but Chevrolet stuck with the familiar “396” designation. The SS 396 could be ordered in 350- or 375-horsepower tune. Hot Novas were therefore named SS 350 and SS 396 and were offered only with a four-speed manual gearbox or floor-shifted Turbo Hydra-Matic.

Basic Novas had a 90-horsepower 153-cubic-inch four-cylinder engine, a new 155-horsepower 250-cubic-inch six, or a popular 200-horsepower 307-cubic-inch V-8. Instead of focusing on any alterations, the 1974 Chevrolet Nova sales brochure explained that, “we’ve been building essentially the same car since 1968. We think we’ve got it down pat.” Evidently they did, as Nova sales continued the surge they had enjoyed since 1972 and approached 400,000 cars for 1974. Six-cylinder Novas were the fastest gainers, as sales of V-8 Novas declined. The cloth-and-vinyl interior differed a bit, but from the outside, most examples of the 1972 Chevrolet Nova were identical to 1971 models. The 1971 Chevrolet Nova was unavailable with a four-cylinder engine, a first for Chevy’s compact car. I was able to drop my bag – the first one checked in under the partnership, I was told – at the Landline counter in Duluth. These were the years of the first energy crisis as Middle Eastern countries cut back on oil exports. With the muscle-car years now in the past, the 350 was the largest V-8 engine available in the Nova.

Despite the lack of change, Nova had its best sales season in year, with production of the 1972 models reaching 349,733. Of these, 139,769 had the six-cylinder engine. According to Say’s Law, boosting production is the key to crawling out ­of a recession. Nova production moved to Norwood, Ohio, where it would be assembled alongside the Camaro. To go along with the bigger bumpers, stylists gave the 1973 Chevrolet Nova a new grille with a loosely patterned crosshatch insert and parking lights located inboard of the headlights. An exception would be a 1972 Chevrolet Nova equipped with the new Skyroof option. The Rally Sport option with special suspension returned and was a rather popular choice, with 33,319 sold. The SS group included a 270-horsepower 350-cubic-inch V-8 engine, plus black accenting, a sport suspension with E70x14 tires, and appropriate SS badging. The coupe proved to be the most popular 1971 Nova model, and many of them carried the 307-cubic-inch V-8 engine, rated at a useful 200 horsepower. Coupes started at $2,351 with the six-cylinder engine, while four-door sedans commanded $28 more. The smaller the guest list, the more options you have, such as asking guests to join hands in a circle around the bride and groom.