How many L79 Novas were made?

How many L79 Novas were made?


Vehicle: 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS L79
Years Produced: 1966
Number Produced: 3,547
Original List Price: $2,671
SCM Valuation: $55,000

What is the value of a 1967 Chevy Nova?

note: The images shown are representations of the 1967 Chevrolet Nova Series and not necessarily vehicles that have been bought or sold at auction….Chevrolet Models.

Bodystyles Median Sale
Chevy II Nova Series Hardtop Coupe $28,500
Chevy II Nova Series Sedan $25,300
Chevy II Nova Series Station Wagon $36,300

What engines were available in a 1967 Nova?

Second generation (1965–1967)

Chevrolet Chevy II Second generation
Engine 153 cu in (2.51 L) I4 194 cu in (3.18 L) I6 230 cu in (3.8 L) I6 250ci (4.1L) I6 (1967) 283 cu in (4.64 L) V8 327 cu in (5.36 L) V8
Transmission 3/4-speed manual 2-speed Powerglide
Wheelbase 110 in (2,794 mm)

What is the difference between a 1966 and 1967 Nova?

Registered. No difference between the bodies. Only trim, upholstery, and front fenders, were changed between the two years.

How much does a 67 Nova weight?


Engine Location : Front
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Production Years for Series : 1966 – 1967
Price : $2,300-$2,600
Weight : 2700 lbs | 1224.699 kg

How much does a 1967 Nova SS weigh?

What’s the difference between a Chevy II and a Nova?

When the new Chevy II came out in 1968, Chevrolet began to back away from the Chevy II name. The car was officially called the Chevy II Nova, though marketing materials often referred to the car simply as Nova. For 1969, the Chevy II name was dropped and the car became known as the Chevrolet Nova.

When did the Chevy Nova L79 come out?

Supposedly, the six L79 Novas were built very early in the model year, likely in September of ’66, before Chevrolet’s Marketing Dept. got nervous and jerky over the thought that the L79 Nova would rob sales from the brand new Camaro.

Who is the owner of the 1967 Chevy L79?

One is owned by Jack Duer who is a member here at SNS. In the last few years it’s been determined that the 67 L79 cars were built at the end of the years production run, not the beginning. Jack’s car was built the 2nd week of June. The other car was also built in the last six weeks of production.

What kind of engine was in a 1967 Chevy Nova?

Although the 350 horsepower L79 was not listed as an official factory offering in the 1967 Chevy II/Nova—Chevrolet was saving that for the Camaro, rumor has it that a handful did make it into some 1967 Novas. The 327 cubic-inch engine delivered 275 horsepower this year.

How much horsepower does a Chevy Nova have?

In the trim department, all Novas got a crosshatch pattern that filled the decklid trim panel. Officially, the top-tier Nova was still called the Chevy II Nova, and this year, it overtook the entry-level 100-series Chevy II in sales. The available 283 cubic-inch V8 got you either 195 or 220 horsepower.