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RealRides of WNY #2457 ......................... 1963 Chevy II Nova SS

BUFFALO, N.Y.– Although these days many refer to the entire large compact lineup (larger, that is, than the compact Corvair) sold by Chevrolet as Nova, in reality, from its inception for MY 1962 on through to 1967, these cars were called the Chevy II, with the Nova nameplate being the top series of the lineup. For 1968 they all morphed into the Chevy II Nova, and the following year it was ju

RealRides of WNY - 1950 Chevy

The roofline on this 1950 Chevrolet Styline Special Sport Coupe is one of four different profiles offered that year on Chevy’s two door models (five if you count the convertible). Also available were the sedan (notchbacked Styline and fastback Fleetline), and the two-door hardtop in the Bel Air series. (See the four closed versions below.)The roofline on these sport coupes is the most close-

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Chevrolet Impala

This 1972 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe is an example of one of the two different 2-door hardtop rooflines available in the full-sized Chevy line 45 years ago. Yes, sales were so brisk back in the day that they offered more choices than you could shake a stick at. The Custom Coupe was the more formal-looking version of the Impala two-door hardtop; it was also used on the upper-crust Caprice Coupe.