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|04-30-2019 06:35 AM|
Thanks yes it caught my eye it was either a 65 or 68 for me and I got lucky
Previous was a 1960 NZ new Canadian Belair (not enough tail lights) which was cool but needing more love than I had time for. It ended up in Auckland got flipped a couple of times in quick succession going up in price each time, one of the flippers painted the bottom out cream/white ......
Your 64 looks like a nice straight original ride nice CA plates......
|04-28-2019 04:01 PM|
Another Kiwi here, that was exactly what i was looking for before i found my 64 in California
Beautiful looking car
|04-26-2019 06:03 PM|
Thanks guys been having a look about wonderful site! with lots of features and not to hard to navigate .........
Very happy I found it as my 68 is a keeper so I'll be around for a while as I have a little work to do and
knowledge to gain to enable the work to happen.
|04-26-2019 09:23 AM|
|68WASAGOODYEAR||Fellow 68 owner. Nice ride and welcome!|
|04-26-2019 08:35 AM|
|BA.||Welcome to the site Andy. Nice looking car there, and the stance looks good too!|
|04-26-2019 01:54 AM|
Hi from New Zealand
From New Zealand, had mixed results importing cars from the US so gave up, it was starting to get a little expensive as well.
Found my current ride here in New Zealand a 1968 Impala Sports Coup on around 130,000 miles and original it was imported
in 1991 so its been here for 28 years.
Shes well worn but nice so thanks in advance for the questions and information I'll bee seeking to keep her running well.
The only departure from original is the power-glide trans has been swapped out now has a Turbo 350 attached to the 327
Apart from cars I collect a few license plates, enamel signs and other garage stuff
Cheers bigears (Andy)