Posted by Carlos on 12/30/2013 to Newsletters
The Chevrolet Impala was close to becoming a different car altogether. The 1956 auto show featured a Corvette Impala dream car. The Thunderbird was going to switch from being a two seat sport car to a four seat design and Corvette was thinking about doing the same. The Impala could have had a complete different history than it does now. No one knows which direction this Impala could have gone.
Posted by James on 12/20/2013 to Chevy Forums
The Chevrolet Impala made its big debut for the 1958 model year. A full-sized automobile, it’s name was derived from the south African antelope. Through 1965, it was the most expensive passenger model that Chevrolet put out, and even though it was expensive, it became the best-selling automobile in the US, a time when full sized models were the rage. A distinctive feature for many years was that it had symmetrical triple taillights.
Posted by James Howell on 12/18/2013 to New Arrivals & For Sale
NEW ARRIVALS 1956 Bel Air 4-Door Sedan 1960 Impala 2-Door Hardtop 1964 Bel Air 4-Door Sedan 1965 Impala SS 2-Door Hardtop
Posted by Bill Spach on 12/10/2013 to Tech Articles
Editor s Note: I would like to thank Bill for this excellent technical article. It shows a tremendous amount of work and effort and is really appreciated. I am always looking for quality “how-to” articles for our publication. They do not have to be major articles like this one, but maybe a page with 3 or 4 photos. I know that we have a lot of talent out there. Why don’t some of you ace mechanics submit something for our great publication? Denny Williams