Classics Baddest Chevy Novas On Motorious
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Don’t mess with the king…
Some consider them to be the GM underdog compared to the Chevelle, but we just love the Novas!
The Chevy Nova is an interesting car with a diverse and dynamic past. From humble beginnings, to playing in muscle car territory, and then having an not so graceful exit from the automotive world, this is one of the most iconic vintage cars. Here are some of the coolest Chevy Novas for sale on Motorious.
1972 Chevrolet Nova
This 1972 Chevrolet Nova is exactly what you want. After all it has a mean machine look backed up by a fully built small block. And as you peek inside, you'll see race-ready components as well as great overall features like A/C and overdrive. The two-tone paint is a terrifically detailed package. The silver and black are both glossy, and the way they intertwine shows off some of the straight sheetmetal's best lines.
Motorcycle Monday: Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride
It’s all about dressing up and riding for a good cause… For better or worse, riding a motorcycle has a reputation as something irresponsible rebels do. You can blame that on Harley-Davidson, but it’s something which is much bigger than the American motorcycle brand. However, the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride can help change perceptions, plus it’s working to raise awareness around the world for prostrate research and men’s mental health. It’s also an excuse to get dressed up and go for a ride at a time when a lot of people are feeling cooped up while also helping a good cause.
1969 Chevrolet Nova
Clean and mean, this Azure Turquoise Chevy Nova has the power of a Chevy 350 under the hood, and many upgrades throughout.
1962 Chevrolet Nova Chevy II
he formula was a good one: take a lightweight car like the Chevy II and stuff it full of Corvette V8 prowess. This 1962 Chevrolet Chevy II (also known as the Nova) is a road-ready example of that formula in action, and it offers a host of upgrades and a top-flight restoration that make it a first-class cruiser with a ton of eyeball appeal. And yes, it's got a 4-speed manual gearbox too!
1969 Chevrolet Nova
This is a true Pro-Touring turn key street titled Real Deal 1969 Nova SS (11427 code) . It has been in the same family since new. Powered by a Texas Speed built all aluminum LSX 7.4l v8. Less than 600 miles on the Restoration. The engine makes approximately 650hp N/A, with the additional option of 400 more hp via a Wilson dual stage nitrous kit (that has not been wired up ). This Nova has over 80K in upgrades, and has been corner balanced for the track. It is a weekend warrior that turns heads at every car show and stop light.
Cord & Kruse Auction Highlights
Happening this weekend, you don't want to miss this online auction! Cord & Kruse has an auction docket that's really impressive to us at Motorious. It's very well aligned with what kind of news and features we cover - heavy on American engineering, while highlighting collectible works of art made over seas. Whenever they have an auction, it's hard to look away, so we wanted to share our picks of cars to watch in the upcoming Cord & Kruse Auction, taking place online from May 7th-9th.
1969 Chevrolet Nova
This Hugger Orange Nova was built for fun and show! It is super clean and ready! Our seller bought this "SS" badged Nova 8 years ago, has retired and life changes have caused a reluctant sale. It is powered by a performance-built 396/430HP (Roller Rockers), with a 350 Turbo Transmission and a 3,000 stall converter with a B&M shifter. It's tubbed with a boxed frame and a 4 link suspension with front power disc brakes, and a 4.11 Ford 9" rear.
1972 Chevrolet Nova LS3 Pro-Touring
Beautifully painted Electron Blue, equipped with the powerful built 6.2L LS3 mated to a Tremec 6060 6-Speed Manual, Vintage Air Conditioning, Custom Interior with GTO front bucket seats, 18” iForged Seneka wheels with front Wilwood Disc Brakes, Coilovers on all 4 Corners, Detroit Speed Mini Tub, 4 Link Rear, 12 bolt rear end.
Motorcycle Monday: Myrtle Beach Spring Bike Rally
It wasn’t canceled last year and it isn’t canceled this year… Going on right now, from May 7-16, Myrtle Beach Spring Bike Rally is one motorcycle event for 2021 which thankfully hasn’t been canceled. That’s been an unfortunate reality with government-imposed shutdowns and fear among the masses rampant for over a year now. However, it’s not that surprising the event is still on, considering not only did organizers hold a rally last October, the Myrtle Beach Spring Bike Rally was also still held last year, even though it happened in the middle of July and not actually in the spring.
1971 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Tribute
Absolutely stunning restoration, with a Big Block 396 V8 engine, equipped with an Edelbrock Performer intake, backed by a 4-speed manual transmission, and featuring Hurst Indy shifter, power steering, power front disc brakes, dual exhaust, headrests. It's the perfect driver's car.
Frank Sinatra's Car Collection Represented His Style Well .
These cars are almost as facinating as 'Ol Blue Eyes himself.Before getting his big break, Sinatra rolled around in a green Chrysler convertible. The story about this car goes that it was the reason he got his break with the group The Four Flashes. It's unclear which year the Chrysler was, but it was in the 1930s when that happened, so it's safe to assume it was like a mid-30s model. There was another story about Frank taking Nancy on their honeymoon in a brand new 1939 Chrysler convertible, and Frank was pictured driving around in a 1942 Chrysler Convertible.