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I was going to post one photo from each lot, but Mecum has added yet another level of photo protection to their site - so, I can't find a way to save or copy the photos...

In any case, the following Novas will be available at this coming weekend's auction:

1962 convertible 194/PG https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-360520/1962-chevrolet-chevy-ii-convertible/

1966 Nova 350/4-speed https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-334390/1966-chevrolet-nova/

1967 Nova SS blown 355/automatic https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-363171/1967-chevrolet-nova-ss/

1967 Nova LS3/Automatic https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-334696/1967-chevrolet-nova/

1967 2-door post 283/4-speed https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-334990/1967-chevrolet-nova/

1970 Nova 350/T400 https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-334398/1970-chevrolet-nova/

1971 SS 327/275 4-speed https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-363364/1971-chevrolet-nova-ss/

1972 Nova 350/4-speed https://www.mecum.com/lots/LN1118-334268/1972-chevrolet-nova/
 

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The '62 convertible looks really nice, and really stock. Someone took some extra time to make that as '62 as possible, keeping the trim and a pretty darned nice engine compartment. If the body isn't rusty, I wonder what that one will fetch.

The '67 sedan is just gorgeous. Really great box check car that's pretty fun to drive just the way it is, and it looks like someone ordered it to yank the 283 for a hotter small block and go racing. True heater delete cars are rare, and the 4-speed and V-8 must have earmarked it for the drags. Wonder what the history is on that car. Few post cars get that level of restoration work, and I'll be interested to know the hammer price on that one.
 

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Just my $.02 on the gen 2 clusters from these builds, but I’ve learned to like the straight accross style vs. any aftermarket or improvised round gauge design. I think that it goes with the 66-67 model.
 

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Will be interested to see what the 66 does. I watched a very nice true SS car go to 32,500 at Vicari at Cruising the Coast. Seems the car market isn't as strong as it has been and a lot of guys who watch reality car programs are out of line on their cars. I'm in the market now for a 66.
 

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g2072 - If you live in Missouri, I followed a very nice red 63(?) wagon for sale in your area, but don't see it advertised any more.

Must have sold.
 
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