Quick view Details Ken Harrison | sku: 236 KHE-300 Radio for 1962-1965 Nova Dash with bluetooth MSRP: Now: $279.00 Choose Options Compare Quick view Ken Harrison | sku: 236 KHE-300 Radio for 1962-1965 Nova Dash with bluetooth KHE-300 Radio for 1962-1965 Nova Dash Features 1965 was the year that the Chevy Nova beefed up with a 327ci V8 engine and became a man’s man muscle car. When you took the Nova out with its smooth front-end and integrated headlights,... MSRP: Now: $279.00 Choose Options Compare Compare Selected The Chevrolet Nova is one of the muscle car era's greatest treasures. It started off as an economical commuter car but eventually the Chevrolet Nova got an adrenaline rush of small and big block Chevy engines. When you combined it with its easy to work with rear leaf spring suspension and lightweight construction you had a potent package. Many a Chevrolet Nova was seen all over the dragstrips of the nation in all of the possible different classes. From the slower stock classes' all the way up to big boys in Super Stock. A lot of the racing technology trickled down to the street where the average guy or gal could build up their Nova to take on any comers. The great thing about a Chevrolet muscle car was that parts for the engines, especially the small block, could be found anywhere and could be found really cheap. So it was quite simple to build some big horsepower and to go fast cheap. Long live the Nova. Going fast is fun but so is cruising and cruising can only be done with a great radio and the stock Chevrolet Nova radio is not a great radio. Lets be honest, it really is quite horrible. You had bad reception and the sound made you want hit your head against the wheel. So lets say you own a classic Nova but want to be able to take it out on the street and listen to some tunes but your ready to throw your stock radio out the window, so can you do? You head on over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at the great selection of Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios are world renowned for their spectacular sound and ease of installation. So get yourself a Ken Harrison radio today.