Classic Chevy Novas for Sale

When people think of classic cars from Chevrolet, the mind usually goes to the Corvette or Camaro. However, during the 1960s, collectors remember the exclusive and short-lived model known as the Chevy Nova. In a time where manufacturers were obsessed with speed and power, Chevrolet produced an affordable compact option with a sporty trim for the sports car enthusiast. The Chevy Nova was the ideal muscle car for those in search of sleek styling on a budget. Fast-forward into the 21st Century, and this Camaro-inspired vehicle is a fan-favorite for its unique size and production history. With the help of Volo Museum Auto Sales, you can get behind the wheel of a vintage Chevy Nova for your collection or driving applications. Whether you are looking for model years in the 1960s, 1970s or 1980s, no one has a selection of vintage sports cars quite like Volo Auto Museum.

Chevy Nova Background

The Chevy Nova design was an attempt to create a compact car for the masses. Chevrolet initially launched this model as an extension of the Chevy II, but consumer sales led to the official nameplate release for 1968-1979 vehicles.

In early production years, the Chevy Nova was equipped with 195-300 horsepower ranges depending on the configuration. Nova releases into the 1970s were largely based on the mechanical and aesthetic features of the Chevrolet Camaro. Collectors are drawn to these models in part because factory setups are capable of handling upwards of 400 horsepower. As production runs continued, Nova designs grew heavier in weight to comply with emissions and safety regulations.

Old-School Nova for Sale

You can own a crucial piece of American automotive history by viewing our Chevy Nova listings online. We bring customers pristine classic cars in a number of builds, styles, packages and production years. With rare selections, some of our collector cars cannot be found anywhere else in the world!

Select the perfect addition for your collection with a Chevy Nova vehicle from one of five different generations. Nova models are identified based on the following production criteria:

  • First Generation: 1962-1965
  • Second Generation: 1966-1967
  • Third Generation: 1968-1974
  • Fourth Generation: 1975-1979
  • Fifth Generation: 1985-1988

Chevy Nova SS for Sale

SS editions of the Chevy Nova date as far back as 1968. As some of the smallest muscle cars of all time, Super Sport and Rally Style packages are available at Volo Museum Auto Sales. The key to finding limited production runs of your favorite sports cars is to frequently check back to our online auto listings.

Volo Auto Museum makes finding classic Chevy Nova models simple with listings organized by make, model and year. By clicking on a vehicle's profile, you can instantly find more information about a Nova with details such as:

  • Body style
  • Engine size and type
  • Transmission configuration
  • Interior and exterior colors
  • Horsepower outputs
  • Torque levels
  • General descriptions
  • Photos and informational videos

Contact Volo Auto Museum for Classic Chevy Novas

Volo Auto Museum caters to sports car enthusiasts and collectors. We bring you an assortment of vintage muscle cars from top manufacturers such as Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford and beyond. Unlike an auto auction, we allow our customers to test-drive our listings prior to purchase for your absolute ownership satisfaction.

Visit our facility or contact Volo Museum Auto Sales for more information about how to purchase one of our vehicles.

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