The Chevrolet Suburban was first produced in 1934, but it was made for the 1935 model year. Surprisingly, the name has been in continuous use since that time.
I believe it was the 64 Chevy Nova
The first Chevelle was produced in 1964.
The first Chevrolet Malibu was produced in 1964 as a subseries of the Chevrolet Chevelle. In 1978 the Chevrolet Malibu became a model on its own, replacing the Chevelle.
The year that Chevrolet produced their first trucks was in 1918. This company has been in operation for a long time and continues to make fine trucks.
Chevy never made an aluminum block 427..at least not one widely available to the public.. i think you are confusing aluminum block for the aluminum HEAD 427 most commonly known as "yenko" motors for chevelles novas and camaros.. and actually the yenkos were not production models of general motors at all but built by yenko after they left assembly plant.
194 Cubic Inches
Year One in Tucker, Georgia is probably the best place. They are at yearone.com or you can call at 1-800-year-one. you can also go to your local library and get a chiltons repair manual for your nova.
In 1956, Chevrolet built a factory in Detroit. The next year the factory produced the famous Chevrolet 1957 Bel-Air
The first year Chevrolet produced the Cavalier automobile was 1982 and it ended production in 2004 (model year 2005) of this model before going through several generations nad models.
The 350 was first installed in the 1967 Camaro as a performance option. The rest of the car lines in Chevrolet received the engine over the next couple of years. Nova got it in 1968.