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__________________ 3 69's, 2 L78's, 51 Fathom & 71 Lemans #'s match both w/4spds & 69, 53 glacier blue 4 door To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.
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Here was my first Nova - a '72 4-door. I ran around in it for several years. Then I sold it to a family friend and his mom used it for a while and then sister used it for college, and finally the weather in Michigan ate it completely up.
I got ahead of it again for a day, and it rested in pieces. Lots of them. And went on to help other Novas.
here a couple more.4 doors are great because the kids always want to sit by the door window the blue one is mine,the yellow is my mom & dads, and the orange one is my buddys.and we still have 2 more 70 4 doors and just found a 73 and a 79 4 door i should be getting them soon.
ch3vynova72, your '72 looks just like my '69, even in better condition. Mine was a Texas car.
Mine was built in CA, then shipped to Fletcher Jones Chevrolet in Las Vegas. It has been in Vegas/Henderson it's whole life. When I bought the car from a lady who passed away, it was in awesome condition because it was garage kept but driven. I didn't have a garage, when I bought it, so the sun has done it's damage to the dash, etc. Now I have it in the garage, just need to save the funds to get stuff done to it to make her pretty.
This might sound stupid, but why does yours have an antenna? Should be in the windshield, right?
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