1967 Chevrolet Chevy II 100
8-cyl. 283cid/195hp 2bbl L32
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Chevrolet’s big news for 1967 was of course the sporty Camaro. Meanwhile, the 1967 Chevy II and Nova changed little, with updates mostly limited to a new grille and more brightwork. There were still no Chevy II or Nova convertibles.
Overall Chevrolet model year sales dropped 300,000 units to 1,900,049 cars and trucks and the Chevy II and Chevy Nova were hard-hit, losing 33 percent. Again, the Chevy II was sold in the base 100 model with two- and four-door sedans and a station wagon. The majority had the 120 bhp 187 cid six engine, but the 195 bhp 283 V-8 was also popular. The 90 bhp four was still available, but few buyers chose it. The ’67 Chevrolet Nova was available as a two-door hardtop, four-door sedan and station wagon. Base price was $2,296.
The Nova Super Sport two-door hardtop had a new black grille with SS emblem, body side stripes, bright wheel moldings, Super Sport wheel covers, Super Sport rear fender script and a checkered rear trim panel with emblem and Nova SS lettering. The interior was all-vinyl with front Strato bucket seats. Optional engines this year included a 155 bhp six and a 275 bhp 327 V-8. The powerful 350 bhp 327 L79 was not listed for the Nova this year.
Options included air conditioning, Nova SS front headrests, tinted glass, power brakes, power steering, pushbutton radio, tachometer, Positraction rear axle, Mag style wheel covers, wire wheel covers, two-tone paint, color-keyed floor mats, front and rear seat belts, and front shoulder belts.
Chevrolet offered 15 exterior colors for the 1967 Chevy II and Nova lineup, including Tuxedo Black, Ermine White, Nantucket Blue, Deepwater Blue, Marina Blue, Granada Gold, Mountain Green, Emerald Turquoise, Tahoe Turquoise, Royal Plum, Madeira Maroon, Bolero Red, Sierra Fawn, Capri Cream Tan, and Butternut Yellow.
Interior colors were Black, White, Blue, Green, Red, Fawn, Aqua, and Gold. Color-keyed interiors were a mix of cloth and vinyl, or vinyl in the case of Super Sport or Nova Hardtops or Station Wagons. Vinyl roofs were typically Black, White, Green, Blue or Tan.