1971 Chevrolet Nova

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Overview


The 1971 Nova remained mostly the same with the exception of the loss of simulated fender vents.


The 1971 Nova remained mostly the same with the exception of the loss of simulated fender vents. The 396 was now gone as top engine choice leaving only the 350ci for the performance seekers.

The Rally Nova was introduced which featured full race stripes that ran the length of the car, Rally Nova sticker, and Rally wheels.

All engines reflected lower compression due to having to run unleaded fuel.

Production Numbers


Coupe 143,235
4-Dr Sedan 51,643
Total Production 194,878

Performance Specs


Engine Size Carb. HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
Turbo-Fire 307 307ci 1x2bbl 200hp - - -
Turbo-Thrift 250 250ci 1x1bbl 140hp - - -
Turbo-Fire 350 350ci 1x2bbl/1x4bbl 245/270hp - 8.5 sec 15.92 sec @ 87.36 mph

Transmission


  • Powerglide
  • 4-Speed Manual (fully synch)
  • 3-Speed (fully synch)
  • Torque-Drive
  • Turbo Hydra-Matic

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Tuxedo Black
Antique White
Nevada Silver
Ascot Blue
Mulsanne Blue
Cottonwood Green
Lime Green
Antique Green
Sunflower Yellow
Placer Gold
Sandalwood
Burnt Orange
Classic Copper
Cranberry Red
Rosewood Metallic

Interior

Black
Dark Blue
Dark Sandalwood
Dark Jade
Light Sandalwood

OEM Brochures


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