1967 Nova Specifications
From 1966 to 1967 Nova was to release the only two second generation Nova’s.
Even though the body and mechanics stayed the same, many safety improvements were made to the 1967 Chevy Nova to keep inline with Government mandated automobile safety regulations. This included an energy-absorbing steering column and safety steering wheel, soft interior parts (armrests, sun visors, and dash pads), redesigned instrument panel knobs, and front shoulder seat belt anchors. The Super Sport model also saw some changes with a new black grille and Super Sport wheel covers. While the Nova underwent slight changes it saw a major sales drop as the newly released Chevy Camaro stole the Novas spotlight as the new American muscle car.
1967 Nova Information
- 4-Door Wagon
- Hardtop Coupe
- 4-Door Sedan
- Super Sport
- Hi-Thrift 194 | 194ci | 120hp
- Turbo-Thrift 230 | 230ci | 155hp
- Turbo-Fire 283 | 283ci | 195hp
- Turbo-Fire 327 | 327ci | 275hp
- 4-Speed Manual
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