What does Chevy II mean?

What does Chevy II mean?

The Chevrolet Chevy II/Nova is a small automobile manufactured by Chevrolet, and produced in five generations for the 1962 through 1979, and 1985 through 1988 model years. The Chevy II nameplate was dropped after 1968, with Nova becoming the nameplate for all of the 1969 through 1979 models.

How do I identify my Chevy rear end?

All Chevrolet rear ends can be identified by comparing the gasket shape to an identification chart similar to the one found on Drivetrain’s differential identification page (see References). A visual chart of different GM/Chevrolet rear ends is found on Ring & Pinion’s differential types web page (see References).

How wide is a 70 Nova rear end?


Year Classic Vehicles Width Rear
68-72 Nova 60″
78 & up Monte Carlo, Regal, etc. with 10 bolt axle 58″
68-72 Chevelle with 10 bolt axle
89 Trans AM (Disc brake)

How much does a 1965 Chevy II weigh?


Engine Location : Front
Drive Type : Rear Wheel
Production Years for Series : 1962 – 1965
Price : $2,000-$2,460
Weight : 2525 lbs | 1145.321 kg

What is a GM 8.5 rear end?

The 8.5-inch 10-bolt rearends have ten 3/4-inch hex head bolts with 7/16-20-inch left-hand thread bolts that hold the ring gear to the carrier. The pinion shaft diameter is 1.625 inches and will have either 28 or 30 splines.

Is a Chevy II a Nova?

The Chevy II name was dropped in 1969, and the car was now known simply as the Chevrolet Nova. For the next few years, the changes would be primarily limited to engines. The end of the 327 and (brief) availability of the big-block 396 cid (6.5-liter) in 350- and 375-horsepower versions came in 1969.

What is the difference between a Chevy II and a Nova?

What is the difference between a Chevy II and a Nova? From 1962 through 1967, the car itself was called the Chevy II, and Nova was a trim level. The model lineup consisted of the Chevy II 100, Chevy II 300, and Chevy II Nova 400, with the latter shortened to Chevy II Nova in 1965.

What’s the difference between a 66 and 67 Nova?

Registered. No difference between the bodies. Only trim, upholstery, and front fenders, were changed between the two years.

What is a Chevy Vega?

The Chevrolet Vega is a subcompact automobile that was manufactured and marketed by GM’s Chevrolet subdivision from 1970 to 1977. Subsequently, the car became widely known for a range of problems related to its engineering, reliability, safety, propensity to rust, and engine durability.

Who is Yenko Nova?

Don Yenko and His 1969 Nova. Don Yenko was a winning road racer from Pennsylvania. His family had a small Chevy dealership in Canonsburg, not far from Pittsburgh.

How much is a Chevy II worth?

A: The average price of a Chevy II / Nova is $42,764.

What is the difference between a 66 and 67 Chevelle?

While the ’66 is an original SS, the ’67 is the lower trim level Malibu but has a bit more meaning to Rick. Its slick black paint has been on the car for more than 25 years.