In the 1960s and 1970s, American automotive manufacturers rushed to manufacture faster, more powerful, and better-looking muscle cars at an affordable price. Since then, these iconic muscle cars have become wildly popular among automotive enthusiasts and collectors alike. If you’re on the market for a classic car, you don’t want to miss this week’s featured car: a 1967 Chevy II Nova.
GM introduced the Chevy II Nova in the early 1960s in an effort to compete with other American models like the Ford Falcon. It was designed to give Chevy buyers a simple, back to basics compact sedan at a more affordable price. The “Chevy II” nameplate was dropped for the third generation in favor of the simple Chevy Nova.
The 1967 model we’re offering is in the second generation and features sharper restyling from the previous version, including a bold grille and semi-fastback roofline. The vehicle we’re featured is a 4-door sedan, with a V6 engine and standard seating for five.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of being behind the wheel of a true American muscle car. And with just 21,592 miles on its odometer since it rolled out of the manufacturing plant in Willow Run, Michigan, this Chevy II is ready to cruise!
If you’re ready to experience the feeling of driving this 1967 Chevy II Nova, don’t miss this opportunity to bid on it at this week’s Goodwill Auto Auction on Saturday, September 16th!
Our weekly auto auction is held every Saturday and is always open to the public. The auction is located at 10600 Springfield Pike in Woodlawn, Ohio. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and the auction begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Come early to register and place your bid on this classic car. Good luck!