1964 Chevrolet Nova – Today’s ‘60s Tempter

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

1964 Chevrolet Nova 1964 Chevrolet Nova

Super clean survivor

The Chevrolet Nova was a range of medium-sized vehicles built by General Motors between 1961 and 1979.

The first generation of the Nova was first released in 1961 and stayed in production until 1965.

Assembly of the medium-sized vehicle took place at a number of Chevy’s production plants including St Louis, Norwood, Oakland, Willow Run, Buenos Aires, Antwerp and Bienne.

Customers could choose from a rather extensive range of body styles that comprised a two-door sedan, two-door hardtop coupe, two-door convertible, four-door sedan and a five-door station wagon.

There were a number or different engines that powered the Nova which included a 2.5lt, 3.2lt or 3.8lt inline six-cylinder or a 4.6 or 5.4lt V8.  

The power from these motors was sent to the Nova’s rear wheels via either a three or four-speed manual or a two-speed automatic transmission.

This particular Nova is a '64 two-door hardtop coupe and comes equipped with the 3.2lt inline six-cylinder and two-speed automatic transmission.

According to the seller, it's travelled 145,000 miles from new and is a matching numbers vehicle.

The seller adds that this Nova is a very good example of the breed and has also been repainted in factory original Teal Green.

The Nova is $35,000 and anyone interested in this classic American automobile can view the full listing here.  

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