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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-25-2010, 01:32 AM Thread Starter
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Searching for a black 1964 impala ss

Hello. I'm new to this site. I realize this is a long shot, but I'm Searching for the 1964 Impala SS my Dad used to own from about 1967-1970. He sold it when he married my mother to help fund their first home around 1969-70. He lived in the Everett, PA area when he owned it and I believe he sold it in the Bedford, PA or surrounding areas. Here is what I know about the car:

1964 Impala SS
327/300 hp
4 speed
Black/Black Bucket seat w/console car
VIN: 41447T242434
Body Style: 2-dr Sport coupe (hardtop)
Assembly Plant: Tarrytown, NY
Serial Number: 242434

I would love to find this car. I've never seen it as I came along in 1972 and all I have are Dads memories of it. My dad is still around in his 70s now, and it would be great to see him reunited if for nothing else but a few pictures with the Impala SS he gave up to start a family 40+ years ago.

Here's hoping it's still out there. I know he said it was real nice when he sold it.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-25-2010, 11:39 PM
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Welcome to the Team Ed!

Lot of couples retired from PA and moved to the sunshine state to enjoy their golden years. Might want to see if FL DMV has anything in their computer registry on the VIN. I would imagine it has changed hands a few times by now if still around. Florida is prone to high humidity but there is very little acid rain as our storms blow in off the Gulf most of the time so any rust is generally surface rust without the cancerous rot found on a lot of cars that get a steady diet of salt on their roads. It is a long way from an Arizona car but most old cars here last a long time. (pulled a lot of nine-teen and twenties era cars out of junk yards when I was a kid wanting to build a hot rod but it was the rotten termite infested wooden frame work in the interior that held the body together that stymied me not the body rust).

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