In 1969 the SS badge on a Chevy Nova meant something more than just a trim package. It meant a hearty 6.5 liter, V8 pumping out 375 horsepower. At a glance, the SS still wouldn’t turn many heads, but it would snap your neck back when you press the pedal on the right. The phrase “All Go and No Show” comes to mind. Granted, you can dress the Nova up and ride in style, but the SS’s intent was to leave the competition eating its exhaust, plain and simple. Dressed up or bone stock, you will enjoy its heavy-hitting power and relatively light chassis down the strip or around the track.