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  1. Starting my 1963 Restoration

    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...
  2. Starting my 1963 Restoration

    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...
  3. No Clue what I am doing...

    Welcome Forum
    Good Evening Team, C.j here out of ATLANTA. I am here with my 69 Impala out of Texas. A project for my son and I and an opportunity to create a family heirloom to pass down through the years. I have begun to tear apart the car, will keep you all posted and I also will lean on you guys for...
  4. Modernizing 1969 Impala

    Engine
    I am rather new when it comes to restoring classic cars but, I am buying a 1969 Impala with a 400 small block. And in order not to guzzle down my gas money I had the thought of taking out the original engine and replacing it with a more modern engine, say from the 2000's up. How practical would...
  5. 1970 Caprice Drivers Door Glass

    Body Shop
    I have a 1970 2 door hardtop Caprice with a busted drivers door glass. The passenger door has the white lettering in the corner that says: Soft -Ray Safety Flo-Lite Solid Tempered Dot 15 M74 LOF AS - 2 LT I have checked ebay and walked a junk yard or two. I have found glass but none that...
  6. Suggestions for a Resto-mod

    Engine
    I am highly considering doing a resto mod for a 66-69 impala. I have found a few of these cars without the engine and transmission so I thought it would be perfect for restoring the body and interior but doing a modern V8 and manual tranny. I wanted to build the engine before I jumped into the...
  7. 1967 SS 427 Impala Restored

    Restoration Corner
    This 1967 Impala SS 427 was restored using 95% of its NOS original parts. Numbers matching with complete original drive line, Capri-cream with Ivory interior. Showing over 30 factory options resdtored by Route 66 Motorsports
  8. Not so typical rust spot for '65-'70 Imps

    Restoration Corner
    On my '68 there is rust holes in the base of the door jambs eating through to where the kick panels would go, shown in the pic. I was wondering if this was a 'B-body thing. Also, I wanted to share my thoughts on this fix. I'm planning on taking apart my A-pillar. I cant stomach the idea of...
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