What Makes a 1974 Nova a Custom?

Answer The 1974 Chevrolet Nova belonged to the original 1961 to 1979 series Novas. These compact sporty cars are ripe for customization because of the ability to swap engines and transmissions with relati... Read More »

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What Engines Will Fit a 1974 Chevy Nova?

While Chevrolet manufactured the popular Nova from 1962 (when it was initially called the "Chevy II" or "Duece") to 1979, 1974 was the last year for the third-generation body style. From 1968 to 19... Read More »

Body Specifications of a 1974 Chevy Nova?

The Nova was introduced by Chevrolet in 1968; the 1974 was the last of the model's seven years of production. With a V-shaped, eight-cylinder engine, automatic transmission, and minimal frills, the... Read More »

1974 Chevy Nova Front End Specifications?

The 1974 Chevy Nova is part of the third generation of Novas that went through several major changes because of the new federal emission laws that became stricter during the early years of the 1970... Read More »

How do I Torque Down Heads for Inline 6 on a 1974 Chevy Nova?

The 1974 Chevrolet Nova was available with one of two inline six-cylinder engines: the 230 cubic inch and the 250 cubic inch. Unlike a V-6 engine design, which features two cylinder heads, the inli... Read More »