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The 1977 Nova Concours was the top of the line, luxury Nova. A 4 speed was almost unheard of in a car like this. This one sold new in Lethbridge, Alberta. Has GM Canada distribution documentation. Equipped with the 350 4bbl V/8, F41 suspension and even an in dash tach. Very rare car, but not likely to get the asking price of $29K.

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That is a cool car. I love the oddball stuff like that. Likely never find another one like that again. Would be a fun around town car :)
 

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First 4-door sedan Nova I have ever seen with a factory 4-speed. Anybody ever seen another (non-wagon) factory 4-speed Nova Mordor of ANY year?

I was on the fence about purchasing a '78 Malibu Wagon that was a factory 305/4-speed combination. The owner, who lived in Lompoc,CA was very knowledgeable about Chevrolets, as he not only owned the very first Z-28 Camaro ever produced, but he wrote the book on Z-28's. At the time, he told me that these late '70's 4-speed cars were more common than I would think, especially in rural areas where people still drove manual trans cars, there wasn't much traffic, and they were cheaper. Assuming the trans is a Saginaw.
 
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