If you thought you could row your own pretty well in your BMW or Subaru or whatever, prepare to have your mind blown.
In 1965 popular television was full of secret agents, guys wearing cowboy hats and friendly witches—so it makes sense that is who Chevrolet chose to introduce their new cars that year.
Welcome to Down On The Mile High Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the City That Rust Sorta Ignored: Denver, Colorado. You want to know what really killed the Corvair? This car!
The thing that we can sometimes forget when we go to car shows full of 60s Detroit iron is that the Chevy II/Nova was sold as a cheap economy car. A starter car. At the car shows, you'll see obsessively restored examples, usually loaded with every possible option... but there was a time when beat-to-hell Novas were as…