I hate to be the guy who is always criticizing random folks on the internet and their ability to create good car advertisements…but I’m afraid today I have to be. First, the reason I’m featuring this car is because Mr Mark commented that we’ve featured two Nova clones, first the Buick Apollo and then a Pontiac Ventura…so the logical thing to do is to post an Olds Omega…but they are hard to find and this next one has one of the saddest listings I’ve seen on eBay in a while. At least the price isn’t bonkers, but it is difficult to understand the condition of the Omega, so maybe the price IS bonkers. Find this 1976 Oldsmobile Omega SX offered for $5,750 buy-it-now in Gettysburg, PA via eBay.
The third generation (1968-1974) Chevrolet Nova was categorized in GM’s fleet as a compact but with a 111 inch wheelbase and a 189 inch overall length was anything but compact. GM’s eye on the market was also anything but compact and they released corporate cousins in the Buick Apollo, Oldsmobile Omega, and Pontiac Ventura…and those cousins are much cheaper on the used market today compared to the more well known Nova. Find this 1973 Buick Apollo offered for $6,800 in Knoxville, TN via craigslist.
If there is one thing that young car buyers must understand, it is this; they are only original once. If this next car is purchased by a well meaning 21 year old version of myself…it could well end up with a decent new paint job and a fire breathing 350 v8 build connected to a […]
I don’t often travel to the wild open desert, but when I do, I enjoy staring at the starry night sky and pondering the existential questions of the universe. Such as; Why are we here? What color should my next car be? What would a Chevy Nova Pickup look like? Yeah. The basic stuff that […]
The original Oldsmobile Omega was a badge engineered version of the X-platform Chevrolet Nova and was sold in two generations 1973-1974 and 1975-1979. The Omega was more luxurious than the Nova it was based on, but it still rode on the same basic chassis and is just as wonderful or horrible depending on who you […]
Remember that Star Wars Christmas Special — the one where Bea Arthur sang a song in the Mos Eisley Cantina and then everybody does hallucinogenic mushrooms and watches cartoons…yeah, that was a terrible combination of machines and men but this next thing from 1977 (the year Star Wars hit the big screen) might renew some […]
The third generation Nova was first sold in 1968 — right at the peak of the 60s Muscle car glory days, but the car continued to be built through 1974…which was right at the peak of the infamous Arab oil embargo. Gas prices went through the roof, safety requirements added mass, and emissions limits restricted […]
What does original paint, a big block V8, a functioning horn, and about five large have in common? Nothing, in the normal world, but today we find the world very not normal. Find this 1971 Chevrolet Nova 454 V8 offered for $4,850 in Holbrook, NY via craigslist. Tip from Pat L. The third generation Chevrolet […]
You don’t have to be a country music and moonshine lovin’ redneck to appreciate this next slice of Americana…but it sure helps. The 3rd generation (1968-1974) Chevrolet Nova attracts rednecks like a light-saber attracts imperial attention at a Mos Eisley tavern. Find this 1970 Chevrolet Nova here on eBay bidding for $11,099 reserve-not-met with 4 […]
Find this 1972 Chevrolet Nova bidding for $1,175 with buy-it-now of $14,800 here on eBay located in Northport, NY with 6 days to go. See another SS tribute for cheap? email@example.com