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Was the Nova, the last rear wheel drive car to wear the SS badges?
 

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I guess I should say that never stopped and restarted.

Nova 62-3 to 76
Chevelle 64-5 to 72
Camaro 67 to 70?
Impala 63 to 67? not sure on some of the exact dates.:no:

So the Nova would be the longest continuous running SS model!:D
 

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You guys are forgetting the 1994-96 Impala SS.



Also don't forget the trucks: 1994-96 S-10 SS, the 2006-up Trailblazer SS, the 2003 Silverado SS, and the 2003-06 SSR.

S-10 SS:


Trailblazer SS:


Silverado SS


SSR:



If you mean continuous:

Impala = 1961-69, 1994-96 (9 years + 3 years = 12 years total)

Nova = 1963-76 (replaced in 1977 with the Rally) (14 years)

Chevelle = 1965-73 (yes, there was a 1973 SS Chevelle, replaced in 1974 with the S3) (9 years)

Camaro = 1967-72 (replaced in 1973 with the LT), 1996-2002 (6 years + 7 years = 13 years total)

El Camino = 1968-87 (20 years)

Monte Carlo = 1970-71, 1983-88 (2 years + 6 years = 8 years total)

So the El Camino is the longest continuous (20 years) with the Nova second (14 years).
 
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