Sports and Recreation
Here are a couple of nice 1969 Chevrolets. How about a Frost Green 1969 Nova SS sport coupe with a black vinyl top. Check out the wheels! The text for the Nova says, "If other low priced cars look more modest than the '69 Nova, remember they have more to look modest about. You'll like Nova's ability to adapt itself to your personality. For example, choose low cost clutchless Torque-Drive transmission if it's all-out economy you want, you can enjoy incredible thrift with a 140-hp Six (and very respectable performance, too). If you lean toward more zest, you can specify engines all the way up to a 300-hp V* in Nova SS. The same is true of interiors. They range from handsome to downright elegant - with bucket seats and the works, depending upon your choice. There actually are only two Nova models - sedan and coupe. But go ahead. You can tailor them to your choice." The one below is a Garnet Red 1969 Corvair Monza Sport Coupe. It's show tearing up a dirt road. The text says, "Putting the engine behind is what puts Corvair well ahead of its counterparts. The benefits, to name just a few, are substantially improved rear wheel traction, delightfully responsive handling and superb roadability (aided and abetted by Corvair's four-wheel independent suspension). What's more, Corvair's flat-opposed air-cooled Sixes (up to 140 hp) are generous with performance even as they nurse nickels at the gas pump. For 1969, sportster aficionados will find Corvair in three versions - Monza Coupe and Convertible and 500 Coupe."
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