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Well as I get into my 69 project I decided to decode the vin and I must say wow the old owner told me it had a six in it but after decoding I found out it originally had a four banger gosh must have really been a grocery getter :yes:
 

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i have a 4 cyl too. the more i drive it, the more i like it. i'm gonna keep it until it breaks. it's a 2.5 liter and hauls great for what it is.
 

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My first Nova was a 4 cylinder. A Red 1968 Coupe, with a 3-speed on the column. Manual everything, bench seat, AM radio and rubber floormats. I swapped the 4 for a 307 and 4-speed. I drove it for a few years and sold it for seed money to get married. That was in upstate NY in 1974. I sort of wonder sometimes if it still exists somewhere...
 

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It's cool you guys still have them, they're were far and few beaten back in the day and even more so now, so knowing there are still survivors is sweet!:yes:
 

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It's great that not all cars have to be high horsepower to be 'special interest.' I love these 4 cylinders. Here's a bit of trivia. There were no 4 cylinder Chevy IIs or Acadians built in Canada after 1965. Even when production went to the U.S. in 1968, there were no 4 cylinders built for export to Canada. At the other end of the scale, there were 4 cylinder Nova and Acadian convertibles built in Canada in 1962.

Bob
 
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