Video i made to sale my car on craigslist part 2
This video shows the motor and the trunk floor.
The carpet in the trunk had battery acid on it but clean it up, nothings wrong with the trunk floor, its new and solid but that carpet left color on it.
66 impala juiced frame
Chicago lowrider next ride a 66 impala built here's a link to the complete
build hope it works
1966 Chevrolet Impala SS Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage reviews horsepower ripoff complaints video
Talk about great looks, real correct coded Super Sport, 1 of less than 10%
built! Matching #s 327/275hp, automatic trans, posi traction rear, great
looking Marina blue paint, matching blue bucket interior, console and
gauges, white power convertible top w/ matching boot, factory tach and
gauges, rally wheels w/ radials, correct date coded manifolds and great
sounding dual Exhaust, power steering
., nicely restored, all correct Super Sport, a great driving collectible.
Impala SS junkyard 65 66 Chevys junk yard
Hard to believe there was a junkyard like this one. Almost all of the cars
are 2 door hardtops. There is also a lot of convertibles. I know i will
never ever see anything like this again, Im glad i did
"Big Daddy's" 1966 Chevy Impala SS Convertible with Caprice Package- Hot Rod!
Here's some video of my father's classic car, a 1966 Chevy Impala Super
Sport Convertible with Caprice Package (rare), 427 engine, 390 hp, 4 speed.
The color is blood red. It has a nice purr and rides like a boat. It's
one of the only hot rods he's owned that I could actually drive and shift
without having to be a bodybuilder! Overall, I think it's a very cool
classic car in great shape!
Recorded on October 9, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
1966 Chevrolet Caprice 427
backyard wrenchHEADS TV presents: Leigh's '66 Chevrolet Caprice 427. A
flawless nut & bolt restoration of a rare classic.
Visit our web site for the full episode, now online!
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1960 Impala Restoration
This is the 1960 Impala that me and my brother restored about a year ago,
before we did the "67 Mustang. It was kind of a barnfind
and we feel like the luckiest guys on earth to have found her before it was
to late. All parts of this car were wrapped in newspaper of the 70's.
That's how long she was sitting in the garage. The parts were polished
before they were wrapped and looked like new. And let me tell you, it has
no rust. A real dream come true.