By on October 9, 2017

1968 Chevrolet Nova in Colorado wrecking yard, RH front view - ©2017 Murilee Martin - The Truth About Cars
There was a time, from the late 1960s through the late 1980s, when the third-generation Chevrolet Nova was among the most plentiful Chevrolets found on North American roads. These cars were cheap, sturdy, and fuel efficient for their time, but discarded ones are so rare now that this is the first one I have seen in a self-service wrecking yard since this ’73 hatchback in 2011. (Read More…)

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