a beautiful 1971 Chevrolet Nova in Harvest gold with black interior. It features Power steering, power brakes, and a mild cam with hurst linkage and a tach. The bold 350ci motor roars as you push thru the 4 speed trans.

1971 Novas were similar to the previous year. The 396 cu in (6.49 L) engine was replaced with the 350 cu in (5.7 L) in the SS model. 1971 also saw the introduction of the Rally Nova, a trim level that only lasted two years (until it resurfaced in 1977). The Rally kit included black or white stripes that ran the length of the car and around the back, a Rally Nova sticker on the driver’s side of the hood, Rally wheels, multi-leaf rear springs, and a “sport” body colored driver’s side mirror that was adjustable from the interior. The well-hyped Vega stole sales from the Nova this year, but the compact soon would enjoy a resurgence of popularity that would last deep into the 1970s. A mid year production change was the front door hinges spot welded to the A pillar and the door shell.