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Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Chris' Object of Automotive Desire - 10/7

The Chevy II/Nova was Chevrolet's economy car of the 1960s but has become famous for the hot engines Chevrolet wedged into the nondescript small-car body - making the Chevy II/Nova a stealthy opponent. Envision a small child with the kung fu grip - a tempest in a teapot.

This particular model was blessed with the 275-horsepower Corvette 327 cubic-inch V-8 and filled the Camaro's niche before that car debuted; the later version featured the 375-horsepower, 396-cubic-inch V-8 that was used in the hottest Camaros.

In either form, the Chevy II/Nova was a legendary giant killer and to be approached with caution.



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