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  1. Convertibles
    I know my 63 convertible has a different frame than a 63 hardtop or coupe, but I was wondering if due to the frame differences any special hardware beyond a normal 63 is needed to convert from a power glide to a manual transmission? Or would I be worlds ahead to just bite the bullet and go...
  2. Restoration Corner
    Hello all, I´m 17 years old and recently I have inherited my Grandpa´s 1963 V8 Impala 2 Door. Last summer me and him rolled it out of the garage for the first time since the early 90s and did an oil change. This restoration was supposed to be our summer project. He bought this car brand new...
  3. Welcome Forum
    Hello all, I´m 17 years old and recently I have inherited my Grandpa´s 1963 V8 Impala 2 Door. Last summer me and him rolled it out of the garage for the first time since the early 90s and did an oil change. This restoration was supposed to be our summer project. He bought this car brand new...
  4. Wheels & Tires
    I have a broken rim that needs to be replaced, and can't find one anywhere! Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  5. Restoration Corner
    Hello guys! I'm currently restaurating a '63 Impala Convertible. It's got the 230 cubic inch inline six engine. Unfortunately I've got a wrong oil dipstick, at least I think so. I filled it up with 5 liters (5.8 quarts) and there's still no oil on the dipstick. So i would like to know the...
  6. Tag Team
    Hello Everyone! I've just inherited the family's 1963 Convertible. I've loved this car my whole life, i just wish that it was given to me under better circumstances. Since it was given to me in death, i don't know the engine size! I've read the stamp on the engine as F06I8D, can any help...
  7. Interiors
    I have a 1963 2 door hardtop sports coupe. A previous owner removed the split bench front seat and inserted bucket seats. I would like to remove the buckets and return back to the split bench. Can one offer advice onto 1) what are compatible makes/models of seats and 2) will I need to be...
  8. American Auto Wire
    The 1962-67 Chevy Nova kit (part# 510140) retails for $569 and is the most complete system of it’s type in the industry boasting 14 features including: new fully closed ATO fusebox, compatible with most aftermarket accessories, cluster harness disconnect system, dimmer, headlight and ignition...
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