The Chevrolet Nova For 1968 Underwent A Styling Change From The
Previous Year. The Body Was Longer And Wider And Featured A
Chevelle Inspired Semi-Fastback Roofline With Wide, Flaring Sail
Panels. Chevrolet Boasted Of Its "Clean Sweep In Styling,
Performance And Economy" With The 1968 Nova.
The Third Generation Of This Car Continued To Appeal To Buyers And Does So To This Day!
Features On This Vehicle Include:
350 ci V8 Engine
Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift
B & M Shifter
HEI Ignition System
Dual Chrome Side Mirrors
Column Mounted Tachometer
Under Dash Engine Monitoring Gauges
Fuel Cell Mounted In Trunk
Exterior Paint In Ermine White With Black Side Stripes
LT1 Fiberglass Hood With Hood Pins And Black Sport Stripe Accent
Black Bucket Seat Interior
Coker Classic Red/White Line Radial Tires
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