Dual-band wireless connectivity provides complete security and encryption to ensure that patient data remains uncompromised. Also, the optional Strato bucket seats available on coupes switched from the previous low-back design with adjustable headrests to the high back units with built-in headrests introduced the previous year on Camaros and Vegas. Extra battery slot included for recharging and storage of spare battery. Novas continued to share their basic design with the Corolla, and this engine had previously been used in the Toyota FX-16, a performance version of the Corolla. They also offered the ’75 as the «Nova Pro Stock,» featuring a large hood scoop and custom wheels. Nova production moved to Norwood, Ohio, where it would be assembled alongside the Camaro. At mid-year a sunroof option became available on two-door models.
This was the same powertrain as offered in the Corolla. Upholstery choices included all-vinyl or Edinburgh woven sport cloth/vinyl. StatStrip and StatStrip Xpress2 are not cleared for capillary specimens on patients receiving intensive medical intervention/therapy because capillary samples from these patients, particularly those with decreased peripheral blood flow, may not truly reflect a patient’s physiological state. Some new colors were offered (as with the rest of the divisions) and some small trim added. A separate brochure was printed for the Concours while the «1977 Nova» brochure detailed only base and Custom versions. The lineup again started with Chevy II 100 and Chevy II Nova 400 models. Рукоятка взведения затвора в самозарядном способе стрельбы находится справа на затворной раме.
Ultimately the Nova badge would replace Chevy II, but that wouldn’t happen until 1969. In almost every way, the creators of the Chevy II used Falcon as a benchmark. The Acadian was introduced to give the unhappy Canadian Pontiac — Buick dealer a car he could sell in the growing compact market. Patents 6,287,451 / 6,837,976 / EP 1 212 609 / CA 2,375,092 / EP 1497 449 / JP 405 0078Specifications subject to change without notice. Midyear also brought a more potent 283 with dual exhausts and 220 horsepower. The Acadian was produced between the years 1962 and 1971. It was a stand-alone make based upon the Chevy II, which was produced in both the US and Canada and sold through Pontiac — Buick — GMC dealerships.