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Is a 1973 Chevy nova good for a first car?

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Answer #1 | 13/09 2016 13:21
It would have been in 1985. Now it'll break your heart and cost you the price of a good newish car. 73 nova wouldn't even be that cheap anymore anyway.
Answer #2 | 14/09 2016 23:47
It's 40 years old man...
Answer #3 | 15/09 2016 00:43
yes you first car should be a piece of junk
Answer #4 | 15/09 2016 10:51
cool nice car to have as a 1st car
Answer #5 | 15/09 2016 17:47
yy
Answer #6 | 14/09 2016 19:02
yes
Answer #7 | 14/09 2016 18:00
Actually its too good to be a first car Car is worth more money than you think
Answer #8 | 14/09 2016 02:39
no
Answer #9 | 14/09 2016 07:09
Noo
Answer #10 | 14/09 2016 09:22
Yes.
Answer #11 | 14/09 2016 15:41
No.
Answer #12 | 15/09 2016 19:34
ya ya
Answer #13 | 15/09 2016 23:26
Yes
Answer #14 | 13/09 2016 13:14
its way past its days. You can't hoon in a Nova it'll cost you heaps of cash to fix it when it breaks down every 2nd day its an old persons car never going to win a race. They would of been a good first car in 1978 there day is gone. Get something from the 2000's at least as a first car
Answer #15 | 13/09 2016 13:28
Idk but I like the sound of it. I'd put a chastity beltnon you☺
Answer #16 | 13/09 2016 14:56
Not especially in 2016. First-time drivers are far more likely to be involved in a collision than more experienced drivers. Trust me, you don't want to crash a '73 Nova into a modern car at any significant speed because you'll come out on the losing end of it injury-wise. It's a myth that old cars are safe in crashes because they are "big" or "heavy". The fact is old cars provided very little crash protection for the occupants because crash safety wasn't especially "a thing" in 1973. Forget about crumple zones absorbing the impact - the cabin of the car and essentially those sitting in it absorb a lot more force from impact than you would in a more modern car designed to absorb and deflect impact energy away from the cabin and the occupants. If it's all you can get though, it beats walking... drive defensively and avoid risks that could cause a crash if that's what you end up driving because you really don't want to crash in one. Good luck
Answer #17 | 13/09 2016 13:13
Its easier to think of it in this term: You reverse into a brick wall and smash the back of the car in. a) How gutted would you feel at losing $200? b) How gutted would you feel at losing $2,0000+? If you answered a), its a good choice for a first car. If you answered b), you probably have more money than sense.
Answer #18 | 13/09 2016 14:13
Absolutely. They're hard to kill!
Answer #19 | 02/10 2016 16:39
too much upkeep for a car that age btw, this was the 1st ugly year that nova made
Answer #20 | 16/09 2016 00:27
same
Answer #21 | 16/09 2016 01:23
Yes
Answer #22 | 17/09 2016 22:28
yeah...
Answer #23 | 22/09 2016 21:53
Yea because parts are more plentiful an you Can basically build the motor an transmission of your choice the way YOU want it an the parts are avaible almost at any parts store or online. Chevrolet didn't change a lot Ford changed designs much more an aren't as interchanble like gm is. Good choice by the way an hold on to it there getting harder an harder to find an are becoming more scarce each day for novas
Answer #24 | 21/09 2016 22:09
no, a 40 year old Chevy is never a good first car.
Answer #25 | 14/09 2016 01:13
If it was your first car, It's a pretty good one
Answer #26 | 13/09 2016 22:33
Yes that's a cool muscle car
Answer #27 | 15/09 2016 12:34
ya ya
Answer #28 | 15/09 2016 16:26
Yes
Answer #29 | 15/09 2016 17:27
same
Answer #30 | 15/09 2016 18:23
Yes
Answer #31 | 15/09 2016 10:47
yy
Answer #32 | 15/09 2016 03:51
cool nice car to have as a 1st car
Answer #33 | 14/09 2016 08:41
No.
Answer #34 | 14/09 2016 11:00
Actually its too good to be a first car Car is worth more money than you think
Answer #35 | 14/09 2016 12:02
yes
Answer #36 | 14/09 2016 17:43
yes you first car should be a piece of junk
Answer #37 | 14/09 2016 16:47
It's 40 years old man...
Answer #38 | 17/09 2016 15:28
yeah...
Answer #39 | 21/09 2016 15:09
no, a 40 year old Chevy is never a good first car.
Answer #40 | 15/09 2016 05:38
Why would you want that? it's so ugly
Answer #41 | 15/09 2016 08:44
Of course not
Answer #42 | 13/09 2016 21:18
Dot think so
Answer #43 | 13/09 2016 22:33
No
Answer #44 | 15/09 2016 00:22
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Answer #45 | 14/09 2016 13:51
It is older than me. it is 43 years old, maybe it is valuable.
Answer #46 | 22/09 2016 14:53
Yea because parts are more plentiful an you Can basically build the motor an transmission of your choice the way YOU want it an the parts are avaible almost at any parts store or online. Chevrolet didn't change a lot Ford changed designs much more an aren't as interchanble like gm is. Good choice by the way an hold on to it there getting harder an harder to find an are becoming more scarce each day for novas
Answer #47 | 02/10 2016 09:39
too much upkeep for a car that age btw, this was the 1st ugly year that nova made
Answer #48 | 04/11 2016 19:57
yeah that's a cool muscle car
Answer #49 | 05/11 2016 02:57
yeah that's a cool muscle car
Answer #50 | 13/09 2016 06:13
Its easier to think of it in this term: You reverse into a brick wall and smash the back of the car in. a) How gutted would you feel at losing $200? b) How gutted would you feel at losing $2,0000+? If you answered a), its a good choice for a first car. If you answered b), you probably have more money than sense.

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