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Username Post: LETS SEE YOUR 67-70 FULLSIZE CHEVY'S !!!        (Topic#227698)
Double Aught 
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Loc: SW America
Reg: 09-28-11
09-17-19 11:13 AM - Post#2775727    
    In response to sz0k30

I like the dash customization. Got anymore pics of the interior?



 


sz0k30 
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sz0k30
Loc: Oakland Co., Michigan
Reg: 10-12-08
09-18-19 09:33 AM - Post#2775808    
    In response to Double Aught

The front seats are out of a 2006 Chevy SSR pickup. I had the rear seat done to match. I built the console & made the gauge panel.

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Double Aught 
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09-18-19 12:40 PM - Post#2775821    
    In response to sz0k30

  • sz0k30 Said:
The front seats are out of a 2006 Chevy SSR pickup. I had the rear seat done to match. I built the console & made the gauge panel.


I love the dash. Reminds me of a 67 Impala dash, one year only with round gauges. And I like the SS emblem sewn into the rear seats. Great job.



 
sz0k30 
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sz0k30
Loc: Oakland Co., Michigan
Reg: 10-12-08
09-18-19 05:29 PM - Post#2775847    
    In response to Double Aught

Thanks!



 
W3ab1ak91 
Newbie
Posts: 10

Reg: 03-21-16
10-04-20 08:37 AM - Post#2804808    
    In response to jamtlandsgrabben

1968 Chevy Impala/Caprice 4 Door Sport Sedan.

383 Blueprint Stroker 431HP/483ft-lbs
Th400

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Veryclere 
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Veryclere
Loc: N East Ohio
Reg: 12-13-20
01-06-21 09:42 AM - Post#2811500    
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Veryclere 
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Veryclere
Loc: N East Ohio
Reg: 12-13-20
01-07-21 07:08 AM - Post#2811570    
    In response to Smokey

My first car was a '68 Impala 2DR Coup with black vinyl top and 327. Didn't appreciate what I had in HS for just $1200. Have carried the original keys for the past 30 years.

My wife found and bought me "my car" for my 50th much to my surprise! A fair amount more that $1200. This one is a fastback "converted" to a SuperSport with most trim and a 454. Summer cannot arrive soon enough.

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Tony 
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01-07-21 01:20 PM - Post#2811586    
    In response to Veryclere

Very very nice!

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9Teen67Biscayne 
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Loc: OK
Reg: 07-29-16
01-08-21 08:41 AM - Post#2811636    
    In response to Tony



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the day I brought it home - 55k original mile, one owner 250 6, 3 on the tree.


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showin it off after I got her done - the 1st go round.


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where it's at today...


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"He must be the stupidest sonofabitch alive - but he sure is fast." - F. Gump


 
S10mk 
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Reg: 01-03-19
05-04-21 04:56 AM - Post#2819245    
    In response to 9Teen67Biscayne

I just realized that I've never shared a picture of my car here. It's my first paint job and I did all of the normal rust repair. Quarter panels, fenders, windshield and back glass frames and I repaired my trunk lid. It's coming together slowly but surely.




 
Yankeededandy 
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Yankeededandy
Loc: Switzerland
Reg: 05-10-21
06-02-21 10:55 AM - Post#2821027    
    In response to S10mk

Just scrolled thorough this thread as a Impala newbie. I enjoy the pics and stories that go with them. I can't contribute much yet, but here goes, what I got:
A 67 with a 327 and TH350, bucket seats, otherwise pretty basic. I'm a sucker for the look of the 67 rear end. These pics are from our first trip over the just opened St. Gotthard pass in Switzerland where me, my wife Kate and our dog Ginny live. I'm really happy, how effortless the car floated up and down those mountain roads.
Cheers and please keep the pictures coming.

Martin




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The road had just been opened after almost 8 months.


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snow walls were up to 15 feet high. I think the blue of the Impala pops nicely against the snowy background.


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Bird view.




 
Yankeededandy 
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Yankeededandy
Loc: Switzerland
Reg: 05-10-21
06-02-21 11:17 AM - Post#2821029    
    In response to Yankeededandy

And the last pics:


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No pic of Swiss mountains is complete without the mandatory Bratwurst, eaten while never letting the Chevy out of sight.




 
55Redneck 
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Age: 60
Loc: Hedley B.C. Canada eh!
Reg: 06-24-00
06-04-21 05:26 PM - Post#2821140    
    In response to Yankeededandy



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They only caught me because I let em. ;)


In memory of Mike McVeigh, the Mad Springwhacker.


 


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