WEFOUNDChevy II Nova: Production Details, History and Performance for Every Model


This page lists online resources for the 62 - 79 Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova. These resources are meant to help identify vehicles and their options, aid in restorations and help educate new enthusiasts about their vehicles.

We have personally reviewed each page and its content in an effort to make sure there is valuable information, and not just a site full of ads and useless dribble. Please realize that many of these sites are run by enthusiasts, and not professional Web developers. Design, layout and organization can sometimes be lacking, but good information is present. Also, we ARE NOT responsible for the content on these external sites. We will not be held responsible for incorrect information or malicious content. If you encounter serious problems with any of the sites listed, please let us know so we can investigate!

Got a site you think should be listed here? Send us a link and we will check it out! If the content fits, we will add it. That simple!

According to credible sources within the Yenko Supercar network, there are only nine 1969 Yenko 427 SC Novas known to exist, so it stands to reason that with such an incredibly low production number, it's no surprise that a Yenko enthusiast like Don Colbert of Decatur, Illinois, built himself a 427 SC clone.

These cars started out life as a 375hp, 396-cid COPO Nova converted to 427 SC specs with the installation of a 450hp, 427-cid L-72 Yenko Chevrolet-prepared big-block. They were about as plain Jane as could be, and were delivered to participating Yenko dealers with rubber floor mats, a bench seat, a Delco-manufactured AM radio, and steel 14-inch wheels with pie pan hubcaps. Even Don Yenko admitted this car pushed the limits of liability.

We were standing on the starting line at Gateway International Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri, during the 2006 edition of the Yenko Supercar Reunion, when up rolled this Garnet Red and white-striped '69 Yenko 427 Nova SC. In short order, owner/builder Colbert did a small burnout, knocking the nobbies off a brand-new set of Coker Tire-Goodyear reproduction F70 x 14-inch Polyglas bias-ply tires, staged the car, and was gone.

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Want to find out just how unique your Chevrolet or GMC truck actually is? Use the information below to find out how many trucks General Motors produced in the same year as your truck with the same trim level, paint, interior color, and optional extras.

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This page lists online resources for the 62 - 79 Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova. These resources are meant to help identify vehicles and their options, aid in restorations and help educate new enthusiasts about their vehicles.

We have personally reviewed each page and its content in an effort to make sure there is valuable information, and not just a site full of ads and useless dribble. Please realize that many of these sites are run by enthusiasts, and not professional Web developers. Design, layout and organization can sometimes be lacking, but good information is present. Also, we ARE NOT responsible for the content on these external sites. We will not be held responsible for incorrect information or malicious content. If you encounter serious problems with any of the sites listed, please let us know so we can investigate!

Got a site you think should be listed here? Send us a link and we will check it out! If the content fits, we will add it. That simple!

According to credible sources within the Yenko Supercar network, there are only nine 1969 Yenko 427 SC Novas known to exist, so it stands to reason that with such an incredibly low production number, it's no surprise that a Yenko enthusiast like Don Colbert of Decatur, Illinois, built himself a 427 SC clone.

These cars started out life as a 375hp, 396-cid COPO Nova converted to 427 SC specs with the installation of a 450hp, 427-cid L-72 Yenko Chevrolet-prepared big-block. They were about as plain Jane as could be, and were delivered to participating Yenko dealers with rubber floor mats, a bench seat, a Delco-manufactured AM radio, and steel 14-inch wheels with pie pan hubcaps. Even Don Yenko admitted this car pushed the limits of liability.

We were standing on the starting line at Gateway International Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri, during the 2006 edition of the Yenko Supercar Reunion, when up rolled this Garnet Red and white-striped '69 Yenko 427 Nova SC. In short order, owner/builder Colbert did a small burnout, knocking the nobbies off a brand-new set of Coker Tire-Goodyear reproduction F70 x 14-inch Polyglas bias-ply tires, staged the car, and was gone.

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Want to find out just how unique your Chevrolet or GMC truck actually is? Use the information below to find out how many trucks General Motors produced in the same year as your truck with the same trim level, paint, interior color, and optional extras.

Want to find out just how unique your classic Chevrolet actually is? Use the information below to find out how many Tri-Five models General Motors produced in the same year as your vehicle with the same trim level, paint, interior color, and optional extras.

THIS LIST IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN FRIENDS LET FRIENDS WRITE SHIT. WE DO APOLOGIZE. THE OFFENDER HAS BEEN SACKED. IT HAS BEEN MERCIFULLY UPDATED AND EXPANDED BY ONE OF OUR CRACK CAR WRITERS. CHECK OUT THE TOP 50 LIST HERE !

As soon as the combustion engine was invented, men started playing with automobiles to see how fast they could make them run. It is in our blood, if you will.

Over the past decades, hundreds of sports cars were produced by dozens of car manufacturers around the world. Which are the best sports cars of all time is a question we wanted to tackle head-on. Below you will find a list the top 20 sports cars of all time. Some featured innovative designs, others had incredible power, but one factor unified them all: they were all made to drive pretty darn fast!

Not many changes for 1967, but a 155 hp 4.1L (250 cid) I6 became available in all models except the 100. The 350 hp L79 327 V8 was unfortunately dropped this year, but other drivetrain choices remained the same as the previous year's. There would be an all-new Chevy II/Nova for 1968.

Basically a carryover from 1969; the side markers and taillight lenses were wider and positioned slightly differently, which placed the reverse lights in the middle of the taillight lens instead of the inward portion. This was the final year for the SS396. All other engines were carried over including the seldom-ordered four-cylinder which was in its final year. The car finally became simply the Chevrolet Nova this year after two years of transitional nameplates (Chevy II Nova in 1968 and Chevrolet Chevy Nova in 1969).

Approximately 177 COPO Novas were ordered, with 175 converted by Yenko Chevrolet (the other two were sold in Canada). These had the mighty LT1 (350 cid) V8 engine

This page lists online resources for the 62 - 79 Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova. These resources are meant to help identify vehicles and their options, aid in restorations and help educate new enthusiasts about their vehicles.

We have personally reviewed each page and its content in an effort to make sure there is valuable information, and not just a site full of ads and useless dribble. Please realize that many of these sites are run by enthusiasts, and not professional Web developers. Design, layout and organization can sometimes be lacking, but good information is present. Also, we ARE NOT responsible for the content on these external sites. We will not be held responsible for incorrect information or malicious content. If you encounter serious problems with any of the sites listed, please let us know so we can investigate!

Got a site you think should be listed here? Send us a link and we will check it out! If the content fits, we will add it. That simple!

This page lists online resources for the 62 - 79 Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova. These resources are meant to help identify vehicles and their options, aid in restorations and help educate new enthusiasts about their vehicles.

We have personally reviewed each page and its content in an effort to make sure there is valuable information, and not just a site full of ads and useless dribble. Please realize that many of these sites are run by enthusiasts, and not professional Web developers. Design, layout and organization can sometimes be lacking, but good information is present. Also, we ARE NOT responsible for the content on these external sites. We will not be held responsible for incorrect information or malicious content. If you encounter serious problems with any of the sites listed, please let us know so we can investigate!

Got a site you think should be listed here? Send us a link and we will check it out! If the content fits, we will add it. That simple!

According to credible sources within the Yenko Supercar network, there are only nine 1969 Yenko 427 SC Novas known to exist, so it stands to reason that with such an incredibly low production number, it's no surprise that a Yenko enthusiast like Don Colbert of Decatur, Illinois, built himself a 427 SC clone.

These cars started out life as a 375hp, 396-cid COPO Nova converted to 427 SC specs with the installation of a 450hp, 427-cid L-72 Yenko Chevrolet-prepared big-block. They were about as plain Jane as could be, and were delivered to participating Yenko dealers with rubber floor mats, a bench seat, a Delco-manufactured AM radio, and steel 14-inch wheels with pie pan hubcaps. Even Don Yenko admitted this car pushed the limits of liability.

We were standing on the starting line at Gateway International Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri, during the 2006 edition of the Yenko Supercar Reunion, when up rolled this Garnet Red and white-striped '69 Yenko 427 Nova SC. In short order, owner/builder Colbert did a small burnout, knocking the nobbies off a brand-new set of Coker Tire-Goodyear reproduction F70 x 14-inch Polyglas bias-ply tires, staged the car, and was gone.

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Want to find out just how unique your Chevrolet or GMC truck actually is? Use the information below to find out how many trucks General Motors produced in the same year as your truck with the same trim level, paint, interior color, and optional extras.

Want to find out just how unique your classic Chevrolet actually is? Use the information below to find out how many Tri-Five models General Motors produced in the same year as your vehicle with the same trim level, paint, interior color, and optional extras.

THIS LIST IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN FRIENDS LET FRIENDS WRITE SHIT. WE DO APOLOGIZE. THE OFFENDER HAS BEEN SACKED. IT HAS BEEN MERCIFULLY UPDATED AND EXPANDED BY ONE OF OUR CRACK CAR WRITERS. CHECK OUT THE TOP 50 LIST HERE !

As soon as the combustion engine was invented, men started playing with automobiles to see how fast they could make them run. It is in our blood, if you will.

Over the past decades, hundreds of sports cars were produced by dozens of car manufacturers around the world. Which are the best sports cars of all time is a question we wanted to tackle head-on. Below you will find a list the top 20 sports cars of all time. Some featured innovative designs, others had incredible power, but one factor unified them all: they were all made to drive pretty darn fast!

This page lists online resources for the 62 - 79 Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova. These resources are meant to help identify vehicles and their options, aid in restorations and help educate new enthusiasts about their vehicles.

We have personally reviewed each page and its content in an effort to make sure there is valuable information, and not just a site full of ads and useless dribble. Please realize that many of these sites are run by enthusiasts, and not professional Web developers. Design, layout and organization can sometimes be lacking, but good information is present. Also, we ARE NOT responsible for the content on these external sites. We will not be held responsible for incorrect information or malicious content. If you encounter serious problems with any of the sites listed, please let us know so we can investigate!

Got a site you think should be listed here? Send us a link and we will check it out! If the content fits, we will add it. That simple!

According to credible sources within the Yenko Supercar network, there are only nine 1969 Yenko 427 SC Novas known to exist, so it stands to reason that with such an incredibly low production number, it's no surprise that a Yenko enthusiast like Don Colbert of Decatur, Illinois, built himself a 427 SC clone.

These cars started out life as a 375hp, 396-cid COPO Nova converted to 427 SC specs with the installation of a 450hp, 427-cid L-72 Yenko Chevrolet-prepared big-block. They were about as plain Jane as could be, and were delivered to participating Yenko dealers with rubber floor mats, a bench seat, a Delco-manufactured AM radio, and steel 14-inch wheels with pie pan hubcaps. Even Don Yenko admitted this car pushed the limits of liability.

We were standing on the starting line at Gateway International Raceway in St. Louis, Missouri, during the 2006 edition of the Yenko Supercar Reunion, when up rolled this Garnet Red and white-striped '69 Yenko 427 Nova SC. In short order, owner/builder Colbert did a small burnout, knocking the nobbies off a brand-new set of Coker Tire-Goodyear reproduction F70 x 14-inch Polyglas bias-ply tires, staged the car, and was gone.


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