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Old 12-27-2004, 12:54 PM
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1963 Impala Convert
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NOT a SS
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Old 12-27-2004, 04:47 PM
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Just got my impala for my first car and project. Been working on the motor lately. The guy I bought it from sheered one of the bolts holding the carb on and I cant drill in the bolt to get the bolt out. So today I've been trying to take the intake manifold off. Solid car, everything was undercoated so the underside of the car is in great shape. Interior is fairly good, with new carpet and seats. The body is good, it has a few rust spots but there isn't a hint of bondo anywhere. Retired from the roads last year so I dont have to much to do to get it roadworthy. Bought it for $1600. Check my gallery for a few pics.

62 Impala 4dr sedan
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Old 12-27-2004, 06:00 PM
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well whatta ya know...two impalas in one day. they both look great i always loved the dual whips on the rear quarters



gotta love the b-body.
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...1958 Impala Sport Coupe, stock 348 tripower, pg, ps, pb , a/c, red /white top, cragar SS, owned since 1975, mild custom, a dream on the road @17mpg, 18 second 1/4 @80mph 4300lbs.
...1958 Impala Convertible, 348 tripower, ps,pb, p seat buckets, console, 45rpm record player,3.36 posi, original continental kit , tissue dispenser, auto eye, litter bag, courtesy lights, shaved door handles/trunk lid, power doors/trunk,. twin tunnelled aerials, lake pipes, six 59 cadillac tail lights, custom interior/trunk, lots of chroming, 53 chev grill 9 bullets, red/ white top, 14x7 cragar SS, four 54 buick ports holes , full custom , finished in '87, has never been driven except on/off trailer ( sad ! )
...1968 Impala 9 pass wagon, 327 4bbl 275hp, turbo 400, posi , ps,pb, one owner family car, 100% original except for 14x6 chrome gm SS magnum 500 wheels.
...had for 17 years but sold it now, 1967 Impala SS 396 convertible, 4 spd, ps, pb, pw. I built the original 396 with trw .030 12.5/1 , hyd cam 308/328 duration 500/505 lift, holley 800 mech spreadbore. Had other 58 Impala's but sold them over the years.
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Old 11-16-2007, 01:10 PM
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Not to beat a dead horse

I currently have a 67 imp ss . It nothing special just my project. I had a 96 imp ss But it got stolen back in February .
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I've had several Impalas and Caprices... currently a '94 Impala SS.
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Old 11-17-2007, 01:06 AM
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id love to see a few pics of that 58 custom!!!! sounds sweet
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Working on a �61 Bubble with 502/TH400/Olds 12 bolt diffy.Far away in Rio de Janeiro!
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This post was before my time here. I better post for the record.

1965 SS 327 4 speed.

Used to have from that family: 59 Biscayne, 69 Caprice, 77 Caprice.

Would like: 68 SS
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Old 11-18-2007, 12:18 AM
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66 impala ss, still technically my dads car, but the title is already in my name. Has a bone stock 454 out of a pace arrow motor home complete with scored pistons, put in a little over 20 years ago, still going strong with an m-21 muncie and we just put a posi 12 bolt in it. Just need a series 3 carrier and we can put the 4.56 gears in it that are sitting in the garage.
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Old 11-18-2007, 12:46 AM
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wow that car must screeeam!! sounds nice i'll bet it sucks to go to the gas station with it though
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Old 11-19-2007, 01:15 PM
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not the prettiest, but its fun to drive, so far the best I got was an 8.98@75 mph in the 1/8 mile. Not too bad for an old worn out 454, even has the truck manifolds on it yet.
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I have 68 ss coupe 60 over 454 turb0 400 just putting c3 vett front brakes on air ride front rear old school cragar ss rims
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Parents have a 2007 Impala SS. 303 HP, but goes like ****. under 6 sec 0-60...for a full size family sedan.
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Old 11-20-2007, 12:02 AM
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not the prettiest, but its fun to drive, so far the best I got was an 8.98@75 mph in the 1/8 mile. Not too bad for an old worn out 454, even has the truck manifolds on it yet.


that is awsome i love the missing headlight!!!! thats not to far away from what mine looked like when i started. good luck and enjoy
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