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Not a Chevelle but... up Nord' in Grand Rapids, and man that looks like a solid start for an LS swap or a big block.  I'm guessing $1500 would take it.

I have a first gen Camaro buddy in Nebraska, and I think he paid $500 or so just for the front frame clip off of a Nova for his '68 Camaro that he needed to swap out for a bent one.

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The 73-74 roofline just doesn't do much for me... love the 68-72s though.

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Don't the 73's have the fugly front and rear bumper car looking bumpers? Could be a nice project if everything is there but little stuff would add up fast.

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dashboard wrote:

Don't the 73's have the fugly front and rear bumper car looking bumpers? Could be a nice project if everything is there but little stuff would add up fast.


 You talkin' bout this ???

 

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In high school I came within inches of trading my '71 Malibu for a '76 Spirit of America edition.  There was a survivor one for sale a couple of years ago in Hastings with 50K miles on it for $14K or so, and I looked at it but just couldn't justify it.  They are close enough to the 'muscular' Chevelle look that I like them other than the rear wheel well openings being lower than the front (harder to stuff a wide tire under it).

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Lost in the 60s wrote:
dashboard wrote:

Don't the 73's have the fugly front and rear bumper car looking bumpers? Could be a nice project if everything is there but little stuff would add up fast.


 You talkin' bout this ???

 

1973_chevrolet_nova-pic-362369543670373504.jpeg

1973_chevrolet_nova-pic-4742894617202133689.jpeg


Yep, that's them. I think GM installed the 5 mph crash bumper before the design guys had a chance to work it in.    



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Better looking than the later 'disco' Novas, but not as mean as the '68-'71s either. Just my opinion...!

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