To the point, Nova translates in Spanish "does not go".
Yes, they are.
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If it is the same bodystyle, yes
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i have a 1970 Chevy nova with a 307 that is in running condition.
Not really. There is a difference between the headlight rings.
Chevy venture is a mini van, made up until a few years ago. Buick made a ventura in the late 70's, which was their version of the Nova. It is a rumor that the Nova name is an acronym for Nova Omega Ventura Appollo. Which was the Chevy, Olds, Buick, and Pontiac, respectivley, versions of the Nova.
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Nova in spanish means "no go." The camaro also had the same problem because it almost sounds spanish for "shrimp." Actually No va means no go but nova means new such as Que es nova? meaning What's new? Anyone who would mistake those two would also be likely to go to a carpet store to buy a pet for their car. It just doesn't make sense. Mexico has a leading gas station named "NOVA" that does very well. Why would people go to a place that wouldn't make their car go? When I was in Monterrey there were numerous Novas still operating. A check of sales records going back to 1962 shows that Novas sold just fine in Mexico and in fact exceeded projections in many Spanish speaking countries such as Venezuela. So I guess the question is What makes you think the Chevy Nova was not a hit in Mexico?
the most popular car was the VW beetle closely followed by the Ford Mustang and then the chevy nova. The best selling car in the U.S. in 1971 was the Chevrolet Impala/Caprice, not the VW, Mustang, or Nova as the answer above suggests.
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