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Username Post: ChevyTalk Members rides (58-60)        (Topic#290446)
Iceburgh 
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Posts: 5

Reg: 10-22-16
10-22-16 05:32 PM - Post#2657822    
    In response to bartman

New here....been building old trucks and Suburbans for a while. Always wanted a 60 impala. Finally tracked one down
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Rance 
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Posts: 30
Rance
Loc: Alaska
Reg: 07-02-13
10-22-16 11:03 PM - Post#2657894    
    In response to Iceburgh

Very nice Iceburgh! I just bought a sport coupe a week ago myself! Was wondering what brand and size your rims are. Would like to get a set just like those. I really like that look.



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Iceburgh 
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Posts: 5

Reg: 10-22-16
10-23-16 12:12 PM - Post#2657961    
    In response to Rance

18x8 and 20x8 Riddler, inexpensive wheel but have them on other cars and seamless to get decent. Also check out Coys wheels



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Rance 
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Rance
Loc: Alaska
Reg: 07-02-13
10-23-16 09:49 PM - Post#2658010    
    In response to Iceburgh

Much appreciated thank you!



 
60ozbelair 
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Posts: 10

Reg: 02-20-16
12-04-16 02:54 PM - Post#2664582    
    In response to Rance

Work in progress...

It's a bit old school. 1960 Australian assembled RHD four door Bel Air. Even these are extremely hard to find here.

Small block 350 running on lp gas (propane), 9" diff, turbo 400, four wheel discs. Originally a three-speed blue flame car, had no original running gear when found....

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60ozbelair 
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Posts: 10

Reg: 02-20-16
12-10-16 01:16 PM - Post#2665444    
    In response to Dicey58

Thanks! I like it!

Although I am badly stuck for a lower rear quarter panel external molding/trim. Would anyone have a lead on one?

Regards RobK



 
Rance 
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Posts: 30
Rance
Loc: Alaska
Reg: 07-02-13
02-06-17 10:55 PM - Post#2675563    
    In response to Tony

The newest member of my Impala family. Found in Boulder City, Nevada. Going in for paint this month before sending it home to Alaska. That orange red paint gives me a headache every time I look at it!







 
Tony 
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Tony
Age: 62
Loc: Orange County CA.
Reg: 03-15-99
02-08-17 11:35 AM - Post#2675776    
    In response to Rance

Sweeeeet !!!

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Rivullac 
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Posts: 8

Reg: 04-11-16
04-12-17 07:21 AM - Post#2686186    
    In response to Tony

My in progress Biscayne [image][/image] [image][/image] [image][/image] [image][/image]



 
Keith_Knox 
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Keith_Knox
Age: 78
Loc: Napa, Ca USA
Reg: 04-02-00
04-12-17 08:37 AM - Post#2686202    
    In response to Rivullac

Looking good. I purchased a 59 Biscayne new. It was a 283 3 speed on the column. Long gone.

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1948 Chevy Fleetmaster Coupe Purchased 6/2010. Stock with rebuilt 52 216 installed May 1966.
1946 Chevy 1/2 ton pickup, stock. Purchased 11/18/17.
2019 Ford Ranger Lariat Super Crew


 
Cooter Jr. 
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Posts: 20

Reg: 01-31-15
04-18-17 09:11 AM - Post#2687136    
    In response to MikeUSNRet

Mike I a wondering what wheels and tires you are running here ? Thanks Ed



 
Socaldave 
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Posts: 6

Age: 39
Loc: So Cal
Reg: 06-11-17
06-11-17 06:33 AM - Post#2695459    
    In response to Cooter Jr.

New member...
This has been my dream car for over 25 years. Finally landed one last month. It needed a good amount of work, but it's getting there. I'm not an "restore to showroom condition" guy, but also not a lowrider, or even necessarily a resto-mod guy. I do what I want and how I want.

All of that said... here she is as of now. Tubular a-arms, ride-tech suspension, intro 19" wheels, wilwood 14" brakes and all...



'58 impala Casmere Blue: ridetech suspension, wilwood 14" brakes, tubular a-arms
Soon: custom autosound radio, Phoenix gold amplifiers, Boston acoustics speakers/subwoofers, singer 240a alternator


 
alexm900 
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Posts: 57
alexm900
Reg: 03-15-12
10-03-17 05:19 AM - Post#2709603    
    In response to Tony







my Australian assembled CKD RHD 1958 Biscayne (sold)



 
alexm900 
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alexm900
Reg: 03-15-12
10-03-17 05:24 AM - Post#2709604    
    In response to Tony



my Van Nuys assembled 1959 El Camino ACC EZI BD FR (bought)



 
Lawyercalif 
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Posts: 32
Lawyercalif
Reg: 01-19-13
10-08-17 10:55 AM - Post#2710143    
    In response to Socaldave



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raycow 
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raycow
Loc: San Francisco, CA
Reg: 11-26-02
10-08-17 12:31 PM - Post#2710154    
    In response to Lawyercalif

Lawyer, please share info about your tail lights. Thank you.

Ray

Those who choose an automatic transmission want transportation. Those who choose a manual transmission want to drive.


 
Lawyercalif 
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Posts: 32
Lawyercalif
Reg: 01-19-13
10-08-17 11:07 PM - Post#2710230    
    In response to raycow

They are Maxxima 6" LED Hybrid turn backup stop lights
M85615R

I made the custom opening for them by welding two u bolts of the proper size together, then welded them to the car and molded them in with bondo.






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raycow 
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raycow
Loc: San Francisco, CA
Reg: 11-26-02
10-10-17 08:25 AM - Post#2710395    
    In response to Lawyercalif

Thank you for the info. I had not seen those before and I very much like the way they look.

Ray

Those who choose an automatic transmission want transportation. Those who choose a manual transmission want to drive.


 
EL1959 
Member
Posts: 189
EL1959
Loc: Chester Virginia
Reg: 08-25-04
06-05-18 08:17 AM - Post#2736017    
    In response to raycow

beautiful rides, I need get my 1959 running.

1959 BelAir Red/White gray interior,
283, 3 on the tree, 55,700 miles
2nd owner, never been painted.
Need a 2bl Carb? Rochester


Edited by EL1959 on 06-05-18 08:21 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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