WelcomeHello, I am in need of a little help with some images. I would like to get some hi-res images of all the emblems for the 1967 Acadian Canso SD. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Just a heads up that the gold Acadian in Steve Statham's book is a Canso Sport Coupe not a Canso Sport Deluxe. There were numerous trim and badge differences between the two. Beautiful looking car!Sean,
:yes:Check out this book "Nova SS" @1997 by Steve Statham, pages 59-61, shows several HD pic views of a very nice gold 1967 Acadian Canso SD.
Yup, I do and numerous others. Do you have Doug Marion's book 'Chevy II Nova'? It has many glaring errors, but also tons of info on production, options, engines, plus some great pictures. Worth getting.Bob,
Like I said in the other post today, you've got a sharp eye for details!:yes:
Oh, by the way, you have that book don't you?
Bill's car is a 1966 L79 Sport Coupe....like rare! Quite a few trim differences between it and a 1967 Sport Deluxe. Might be difficult to determine what generic trim/emblems from the 66 were carrried over to 67, plus the items that were specific to the 67 SD.: I didn't mean to hijack this thread by Sean72 fro M2Machines.com and his request for some image pics of emblems for the 1967 Canso SD. Would AcadianBill's car pics posted today fill the bill?:turn:
Hope this helps.To Bob and others still concerned on this subject,
Are the 1966 Canso SD interior seat covers same as 1966 Nova SS?
Ans: Yes, but the door panels are different on the '66 Canso.
Are the 1966 Canso SD interior seat covers same as 1967 Nova SS?
The 1966 Canso SD has 8 die cast louvers at top front of the front fender.
Ans: Actually, they have 9 louvers per side....
The 1967 Canso Sd has 4 die cast louvers at the back of the front fender.
Only 1966 Canso SD has SD badge on glove box door, not the 1967?
1967 Canso SD had rocker moulding on each side and a chrome die cast aluminum moulding on the 1/4 panel at the bottom behind the wheels.
Ans: Yes, but I believe the rear moulding was chromed potmetal.
Both 66 & 67 have 3 name plates on the car exterior that say "Sport Deluxe", 1 on each qtr. panel at the rear and 1 on the trunk lid on right side
Ans: Yes, but the '67 Canso has the Canso script on the front fender. The '66 Canso has the "Canso" script on the rear quarter with the "Sport Deluxe" emblem under it.
both have a small "Canso" emblem near the top of the interior door panels on the white stripe.
Ans: "67 Canso was the only year to have this and the '67 SD may be the only door panel in '67 that had the white stripe.
Both SDs body wise the same with backup lights in back bumper.
Both SDs headlight bezels are same for both years, different on Novas.
Ans: Yes.... both are the same as the '66 Nova.
Parking lights in front grille for 67 SD, in front bumper for 66 SD.
Ans: Yes, the '66 Canso has clear lenses.
Both 66 & 67 SD had distinctive trim and identification, all vinyl bucket seat interior in red, black, gold or bright blue; center console with automatic or 4-speed transmission, electric clock, simulated louvers on front fenders, wheel discs (from the Canso SD brochure).
Ans: Yes, disc brakes were an option though, not standard on the SD.
There was a lengthy discussion on StevesNovaSite 2007 forum about 66-67 Canso SD emblem differences, mostly by 66 Canso SD Girl & Glen's67sd, see link below:
:yes:The Canadian Poncho forum also had a lengthy discussion with Sean on this same subject 9 days ago! See the links below:
Canadian Poncho Forum:
rear quarter emblems and trunk emblem:
More nice pics of a Red 283ci/PG !966 Canso SD below:
What else does Sean want?