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1975 Chevrolet Nova

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The 1975 Chevrolet Nova is powered by a Normal I6 engine that displaces 4096.77 cc. It produces 105.00 HP at 1800.00 RPM. There is a 3 speed Manual transmission. In December 1959, Chevrolet began creating a vehicle codenamed H-35. Design falls between the Chevrolets compact and full size vehicles. Also known as the Chevy II, the vehicle is economical vehicle with power coming from four or six cylinder engine. When the Nova was introduced on 29 September in 1961, the vehicle can be purchased with a 153 cubic-inch four-cylinder or 194 cubic-inch six-cylinder engine. Production has started in August and offered to model year 1962.

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In 1965, performance continued to focus on the Chevrolet Nova. Cubic-inch V8 engine 327 is available now offers up to 300 horsepower. 327 250 cubic-inch V8 produced horsepower variant was option L30 while the 300 horsepower L74 option. Nova is the year 1965 can only be purchased with the Powerglide transmission matted to the engine cubic-inch high-performance 327. Turn signals removed from the front bumper grill.

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For 1969, Chevrolet Nova remains unchanged. Power base engine is 350 cubic-inch V8 producing 295 horses. 427 cubic-inch eight-cylinder can be ordered offering up to 425 horsepower and 460 foot-pounds of torque. Yenko Nova 427 engine is not factory installed option. With 450 horsepower in the range, Nova is a power house. Yenko Nova is offered with a close-ratio Muncie four-speed gearbox complete with Hurst relationship or the Turbo Hydra-matic with a double gate Hurst shifter. Yenko Nova is offered in 1968 and 1969. During this time, they are produced in limited numbers with only 37 were created in 1969. This, too, are highly sought after by collectors.

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1975 brought changes to the aesthetics and mechanics. Brakes, suspension, frame, and body material were modified. A catalytic converter reduces exhaust emissions, unleaded fuel is required for all engines, disc brakes standard on the front, and Steel-Belted Radial tires standard safety features now found in the Nova.

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1975 Chevrolet Nova Specifications

  • Engine Location : Front
  • Drive Type : Rear Wheel
  • Production Years for Series : 1975 – 1979
  • Price : $3,095-$3,793
  • Weight : 3305 lbs | 1499.123 kg
  • MPG City : 16
  • MPG Highway : 23

Engine   [Optional Engines]

  • Engine Configuration : I, L-Head
  • Cylinders : 6, Hydraulic valve lifters
  • Aspiration/Induction : Normal
  • Displacement : 4097 cc | 250.0 cu in. | 4.1 L.
  • Horsepower : 105 HP (77.28 KW) @ 1800 RPM
  • HP to Weight Ratio : 31.5 LB / HP
  • HP / Liter : 25.6 BHP / Liter
  • Compression Ratio : 8.2:1
  • Main Bearings : 7
  • Fuel Type : Gasoline – Petrol
  • Fuel Feed : Carburetor, 1 barrel carburetor
  • Block : Cast-iron

Standard Transmission

  • Gears : 3
  • Transmission : Manual

Optional Transmission

  • Gears : 3
  • Transmission : Automatic, Turbo-Hydramatic

Production Figures

  • Total Chevrolet Production for 1975 : 1,600,878
  • Total production of Nova for 1975 : 272,982
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