About 1967 Nova
The sturdy second-generation Chevy II Nova attracts a crowd of admirers at the car show, snapping pictures and talking about Chevys to the proud owner. The 1967 Nova, with the Chevy II's top-of-the-line trim, incorporated the new government safety standards, including front shoulder belt anchors and an energy absorbing steering column. Available with an inline-six or V8 engine and a four-speed manual or Powerglide automatic transmission, the Nova Super Sport option attracted 10,100 buyers in 1967. The Nova SS was only available as a two-door coupe, but the Nova 400 was available as a two-door sedan, four-door sedan, or a station wagon. When restoring a Nova, the car's owner is careful to select the appropriate 1967 Nova parts to ensure that he maintains the integrity of the car. 1967 Nova trim parts, such as the Super Sport emblem, must be accurate and preferably original to the model year. Although the second-generation Novas were only available for two years, the large inventory on eBay provides a myriad of old-new stock, OEM parts, and aftermarket accessories, as well as 1967 Novas for sale. As the proud owner of a Nova, you can show off your car at next year's show, attracting the same attention as the other restored pony and muscle cars.