This is another instance of a low production number not necessarily translating into a high demand car with a big price tag. With the exception of a few cosmetics, the Canadian '67 Nova SS was no different than the U.S. model. The Canadian documentation is certainly worth something. However, with this car it also proves a lot of changes have been made from the day it was born. A realistic 'sight unseen' pricing range I would give this car is 35K to 45K.Realistically what is this car worth ??
As far as I know, it would have had a Rochester Q-jet. There are numerous changes made to this car, so it's not a good example to use for originality.Bob, is that a stock configuration for a 327/275 from Canada? I can't tell the carb, and of course, no smog there.
And bottom of the car was blue as well? The Oshawa process seems to have been significantly different in a bunch of smaller ways.