@WilliamsSW Yeah, later Colonnades get worse as the years go on but the 73 looks different from those stodgy things. If it wasn't for the 72 strike it would have been a 72 Chevelle so I give that one a pass. Mom drove a Nova for school and absolutely hated it (68-72 with a 152 in it) but then she got a '77 Camaro new which made up for it.
I like the 68-72s but people ask WAY too much money for the Camry of their day, especially shells or 307/3spd cars. I would totally whip a sedan though, wagons and elcos as well. Colonnades are cool because they're not old man cars (my friend is the only person I know under 40 with a 2 door 68-72), the bumpers can actually take a bump (friend's 68 couldn't) and they have the far better rear axle as well as the Corporate suspension which is basically 2nd gen Camaro, shared with the 75+ Nova, 76+ Seville etc. Computer designed! Or something like that. Parts are dead easy and it's the only way to stand out with an A body. Also, swivel seats.