Panning for gold in the Angeles National Forest, California.
Now you can get a Nova with a big back door and a rear seat that folds down to become a six-foot load floor. So you can use it sort of like a wagon.
But, deep down, it’s the same trustworthy, durable and thrifty Chevy Nova you’ve known for years.
Motor Service and Service Station Management magazines’ survey of mechanics (July 1972) found Nova: easiest to service, had the least mechanical problems, and was best overall among all compact cars.
Now, we’ve increased Nova’s appeal — without endangering her reputation.
The new Nova 3-door
The Nova Hatchback Coupe doesn’t have a trunk. Which is good.
Because a lot of people think what it has in its place is better — a big back door and a six-foot floor. With the rear seat folded down you can use it sort of like a station wagon. For bicycles, bixes and yes, even luggage. The new nova 3-door holds a lot more than its value. As if value weren’t enough.