From its inception, the Chevrolet Nova was an economy car. The original version, the Chevy II, was a stripped-down compact built for basic transportation that later became a fire-breathing monster with the liberal application of both Small Block and Big Block horsepower.
Built for the penultimate year of the Chevrolet Nova’s fifth generation, the 1978 Nova utilized the same grille used in the 1976-1977 Novas, with a gold Chevy Bow Tie emblem at the hood’s leading edge. Sadly, the following year would mark the Nova’s last until it was revived in 1985 as a re-badged version of the Toyota Corolla.
Our feature 1978 Chevy Nova is a bare-bones economy version. Stored for thirty-five years, it has covered just 5,310 miles from new. This number is even more surprising considering these base models were intended to be basic transportation and would have little to spur collector interest…. Read Full Article | https://gmauthority.com/blog/2021/09/5300-mile-1978-chevrolet-nova-sedan-headed-to-auction/