Wow, Life has been busy the last 2 years with having 4 kids and work. It appears I lost almost all the pics that were on this thread. Thanks Photobucket!
A little update on the car... We still haven't gotten around to the interior, but will be happening soon. It is still in the 90's here in Georgia and summer is still hanging on in October.
I installed a CPP disk brake conversion on it last week with new booster and new master cylinder. We then realized that the stock 14" drum wheels weren't going to work, so you know what that means! Time for some near shoes!! Here is a little sneak peak on what we decided on----18" Torque thrust II.
Now I've also decided that the car needs to be lowered in the front. It looks good without lowering, but I think it will look even better dropped 2" in the front. It has the original front springs in now, but I also have a brand new replacement springs in the box. Would it be a bad idea to cut the original spirngs to lower it or just go ahead and do drop spindles? If I screw up the original springs its no big deal because I have replacements.
1962 Impala Sport Coupe 327