We've all heard that Chevy's Nova didn't go over so well in Spanish speaking countries because Nova means "No go", even though it's not true
, so why not leave it parked and let it be a camper? This retro ad features the Nova 6 Hatchback with the "tent-like Hutch", an "available feature" I'm not so sure people took Chevrolet up on.
Nova ad found in the July, 1974, issue of Psychology Today
-- that issue's been passed around quite a bit, at least in scanned form. I shared an article on political activism from the issue here
, sent scans of pages on nuclear families to Shawnee
, and posted an ad with doggies here
Labels: 1970s, retro, the automobile, vintage advertising, vintage magazines