The 1963 Nova featured a new grille insert and additional trim.Engines and power output remained identical to the previous year.
The 1963 Nova featured a new grille insert and additional trim.
The Nova 400 Convertible and Sports Coupe now offered an SS package sporting SS emblems, a silvery taillight panel, and bright side molding. Standard engine for the SS was still a 6-cylinder, although many ended up with V8s under the hood as it proved a mighty combination of power and light-weight for many drag racers.
Engines and power output remained identical to the previous year.
|Sport Hardtop Coupe||87,415|
|Convertible Coupe||24,823||Total Production||171,100|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|Super-Thrift 153 1-4||153ci||1x1bbl||90hp||-||-||-|
|Hi-Thrift 194||194ci||1x1bbl||120hp||-||14.7 sec||19.7 sec|
- 3-Speed Manual
Paint & Colors
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