Customer Car Features – 1967 Nova

From 1966 to 1967 Chevrolet was to release the only two second-generation Novas. 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. Take a look at some of our Customer Chevy Novas from 1967!


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