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Chevy II Cornering Cure

Making your classic 1962-67 Chevy II achieve handling perfection with an Aldan American Coilover upgrade By Cam BentyPhotos by Cam Benty and Gary Nelson The 1962 Chevy II was a car ahead of its time. A small but efficient package with plenty of interior room for the family, the 1962-67 Chevy II was a great choice for buyers on a budget and sold extremely well. In just six model years…

1968-1974 Chevy Nova the Everyman Muscle Car

In 1960, the Chevrolet Motor Division was concerned that the groundbreaking Corvair would not catch on with compact car buyers as the division had first expected. And with Ford launching the simple, utilitarian Falcon, Chevy needed a competitor. In just 18 months, Chevy designed, developed and manufactured an entirely new model, every bit as practical as the Ford compact.  1962-1967 Chevrolet Chevy II For the Chevy II, GM developed an…

Birth of a Nova: A Chevy Star Is Born

It was 1960, and Chevrolet realized they needed something new—a new car to challenge the Ford Falcon, which had outsold the compact, rear-engine Chevrolet Corvair. The Falcon, introduced in 1960, sold extremely well, a half-million units in its rollout year. The market didn’t see the Corvair as a Falcon alternative, so Chevy needed a new challenger, and fast. So, Chevy engineers jumped right on it. Chevrolet cranked out the new…