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RE: sly: "When I first met my wife, she had a '73 Chevy Nova"

The Nova was one of very few Amercian made cars of the 70's you might even want to keep over 100,000 miles. It was simply made of tried and true Chevy parts. You could get a stripped 4 dr sedan or a bucket seated Super Sport 2dr. The suspension was pretty much the same as the Camaro. It was available with anything from a 4cyl/2spd Powerglide to a 375hp 396/4spd. The COPO cop car models were especially nice cars.

SB (always loved the Chevy II/Novas)
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