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

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1965 IMPALA SS RARE! FOR SALE!
TRUE SS NO CLONE HERE! THIS OL'GIRL CRANKS RIGHT UP AND ROLLS. I HAVE AT LEAST 95% OF THE ORIGINAL PARTS FOR THIS HERE DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH! LIGHT BEZELS - WINDOW TRIM - EMBLEMS - CONSOLE - SEATS - BUMPERS ARE IN GREAT CONDITION - GRILL IS NICE! HAS ALL THE DOOR PANELS AND ALL THE LIGHTS WORK! 350 CI AND THE ORIGINAL 2 SPEED POWERGLIDE TRANS. THIS SS WAS AN ORIGINALLY A 327! IT NEEDS THE DRIVER FLOOR REPLACED AND THE TRUNK FLOOR BOARDS REPLACED! MAKE ME AN OFFER! CALL 330-322-3373 ASK FOR MAJOR! THIS IS A RARE FIND READY FOR RESTO!





1967 Chevrolet Chevy Impala SS in Elkhart Blue & 427 Engine Sound on My Car Story with Lou Costabile
On "My Car Story" we're at Collectors’ Car Garage in Chicago IL at the Cars & Cops Car Show on 5-21-17. We're looking at a 1967 Chevrolet Chevy Impala SS Super Sport in Elkhart Blue Paint with a factory 427 CI engine. We’re talking with the Owner David Fritzsche. David’s had this car since 2007. David shares the wonderful details on his not often seen “427 Car” and the sound is AMAZING. What an outstanding example of Chevrolet history this car is. If you’re interested in storing your car in Chicago at 2500 W Bradley Place, Chicago, IL 60618, call the office # 1-773-902-1200. Or go to www.collectorscargarage.com ENJOY!





65 Chevy Impala SS open headers irritates my neighbor
Here's my original high school car, numbers matching (327 c.u.i.) bought in 1972. Decided to open the headers and cruise around my subdivision a little, but end up ticking off my neighbor. I didn't even drive by his house - he lives up the block the opposite direction. When he heads to the back of my car to take a pic of my license plate, I realize this could turn against me. Funny thing is, he doesn't actually recognize me until I get out of the car - then we "share the love".




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