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1971 Chevrolet Nova

1971 Chevrolet Nova in Death Proof, Movie, 2007 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1971 Chevrolet Nova

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Alexander DE

2007-07-20 11:02

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-- Last edit: 2007-07-20 11:13:05

Star Wars Fanatic EN

2007-09-04 15:49

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A very good, yet very graphic, crash :D Those who have seen the film will know what I mean.

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kittman AU

2007-09-05 11:34

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Have you guys noticed the \\\"Convoy\\\" chrome rubber duck on the bonnet of this car? Very cool detail. Stuntman Mike\\\'s \\\'69 Dodge Charger has the duck as well.

booster EU

2007-09-10 00:36

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Remember Bullitt's Ford Mustang plate?

JJZ-109

Same as the Chevy Nova in this movie; another reference to Bullitt :D

-- Last edit: 2007-09-10 00:38:53

Knoxzilla CA

2007-09-19 06:13

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That Nova isn't an SS. It has neither the SS badges or trim. Heck, there's not even a displacement badge like 307 or 350. So it's just a regular Nova. It's also a 1971-72, not a 1970. The 1970's had clear turn signal lenses. The 1968-69's (which were similar) had different sized/shaped turn signal lenses altogether.

-- Last edit: 2007-09-20 01:39:12

wickey SK

2007-10-03 02:07

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4 stars IMHO

incog CA

2008-01-06 01:56

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Knoxzilla, sadly the problem with that is turn signal lenses can be easily replaced.

Skid US

2008-01-11 22:11

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While that's certainly possible (or indeed, it could be a '68 or '69 with a '71 or '72 bumper), we have to go where the evidence is. Since 1968-1972 all looked nearly identical except for the bumper and front signal lights, and this was has '71-'72 signal lights, the strongest evidence is that the car is a '71 or '72.

It would just be silly to say "Well, it has '71-'72 signal lights, so it must be a '70!"

antp BE

2008-02-25 00:10

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Belvyzep US

2008-03-17 06:01

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It's very possible to customize any Nova in that age range with each others' signal lights and bumpers. Also, it could, indeed, be an SS or any other kind of Nova, with the all trim removed to make it look evil, or to preserve said trim, because the filmmakers knew what was eventually going to happen to the car.

detroitbomber NZ

2008-06-15 01:50

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This is a 1971 chevrolet nova custom coupe, not an ss just a standard base model car hotted up

deebo US

2008-08-12 01:43

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i bought a nova because of this movie. thought it looked bad ass. problem with my nova is it was in a different movie bad boys 2 so it has bullet holes everywhere. i put it up on here so you can see the progress check it out in bad boys 2 page 68 -69 nova orange

mr.hollwoodcar AU

2008-09-06 04:16

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while their drinking :beer: "Buterfly" goes outside and looks at the car on the rain SCARY SCENE

Choocv US

2009-06-29 20:09

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So he drives over the Civic, somehow makes it blow up, and he's in the hotspital afterward? Thats plastic versus ALOT of steel, he shouldn't have been hurt that bad.

jage750 US

2010-09-08 04:35

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Here's a diorama I made using 1:64 scale die-cast cars from Johnny Lightning:

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- JJ

Jimmy MuscleCar US

2012-04-14 06:02

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This Nova is a beauty!! That skull on the hood is badass. Kinda sucks how it doesn't have a trim, would be awesome if it were SS

yuki US

2012-09-19 06:09

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why did they had to trash it,just why???

chris-driver DE

2013-04-02 11:48

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what for a engine is in this Beast?

ingo DE

2013-04-02 12:20

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The usual 5,4 liter block?

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