Hi Nova Nation,
In the past week we just received our first shipment of 62 Nova grills& the 66 SS rear deck lid panel. These two parts have been long awaited and much needed for your Nova restoration. Get your order in soon, after these are gone, they may never be made again!
We are leaving soon for fun in the sun! The Old Town Mini Nats convention will be in Kissimmee, Florida on February 23rd and 24th. We plan to bring some samples of the 62 grill and 66 rear deck lid panel. We hope to see you there!
The Stones River Swap meet in Nashville was packed as usual! It was good to see all of our friends and customers. We were able to connect with lots of Nova owners at the show and delivered parts orders to save our customers shipping!
The next big show for you to attend in the winter months is the Kyana show in Louisville, Ky. This is a two day show and will take place March 10th & 11th. Place your orders for free delivery to the show!
the GM Classics crew!
Scott & Brian Hughes' 1967 Nova
“Would you like to have a 1967 Nova as your first car?”
Scott & Brian Hughes’ beautifully simple 1967 went through many phases over several life changes. Scott wanted to take the Nova to the National Muscle Car Association drag racing route, but Brian had a different opinion…
GRILL WITH BRACKETS
NOVA NOTE: Reproduction of the original 1962 Chevy II / Nova standard grill. Each grill features the correct contours conforming to the headlamp bezels offering a clean fit and appearance. Grill also includes correctly mounted and installed original style reproduction steel brackets allowing for an easier installation. Manufactured in stamped aluminum featuring the correct design […]
Make Chevrolet Model Nova Year 1962
Stolen & Recovered in 24 Hours
This week one of our customer’s Nova was stolen right out of his garage! With the help of fellow classic car loves through social media, it was found and returned within 24 hours.
This well-done Chevy II was stolen during broad daylight and many sightings occurred and were posted online. It wasn’t until that evening a guy was walking his dog and found the car out of fuel and abandon in an alley. The owner was lucky that it was found in such good shape, the outcome could have been much worse.
We asked the owner if he had any advice, he replied: “make sure the keys are well hidden and be sure to put your phone number in the social media post!”