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Username Post: Let's see your rides ???        (Topic#290447)
stingray caretaker 
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Posts: 431

Loc: Midwest
Reg: 11-19-12
10-08-16 11:02 AM - Post#2655527    
    In response to Andy4639

Andy;
The color is one of my favorites , although I can't think of a shade I don't admire in these early 60s models. Beautiful car. The SS interiors are truly fantastic.
Little wonder these cars are so popular. Todays look alikes run the same outer skin for almost a decade. Bland interiors in your choice of tan and grey simulate a public transportation ride in a commercial vehicle.
Just when I had to have a stripped post car, ........... now I need a 63 SS.
Magnificent cars in this post !



 


Andy4639 
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Posts: 1386

Age: 59
Loc: Liberty, SC
Reg: 08-06-16
10-08-16 06:02 PM - Post#2655572    
    In response to scott la rock

New wheels installed. So new pictures.8" wide wheels have plenty of room to run exhaust over the rear end and out the back.

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18" Rev's wheel with 225 R 45 18" tires.


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1956 Bel Air - LT-1/4l60
1964 SS Impala -350 crate/powerglide
1967 Ramp truck - 350/ 4 speed
1971 C 10 - 6.0 LS / 4l80e 4:10 gears 30 years owner
94 Elderado
2000 S-10
2008 LTZ Tahoe
2011 Treverse


 
Alse 
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Alse
Reg: 05-07-10
11-17-16 09:32 PM - Post#2662118    
    In response to Tony

Back in Dec of 2012 we posted some "in progress" pictures. A total rotisserie build. Well after a total of six years, we finally got ole girl on the road this past July. Meadow Green/Ermine White with a subtle pearl on the white. Pretty well just stock with a few upgrades. Nothing special.Just wanted to share some pictures of the final product. Thanks!

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Alse
64 Impala 2DHT
70 Nova SS


 
DJ63 
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DJ63
Loc: Albuquerque, NM
Reg: 04-23-02
11-25-16 07:51 PM - Post#2663144    
    In response to Tony

After 15 years or so, she's finally done. She's built the way I wanted her to be. Factory AC/PS/PB, added a lot of extras as well. Sitting on airbags













1963 Impala Convertible:
Power Brakes, Factory A/C, Power Windows, Power Vent Windows, Power Bench Seat, Tilt, AM/FM, Cruise control and a whole lot of money and time.


Edited by DJ63 on 11-25-16 07:53 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Rivullac 
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Reg: 04-11-16
04-15-17 11:33 AM - Post#2686751    
    In response to DJ63

My 62 9 passenger Impala wagon, 350 /700R4, power windows and 6 way power bench seat [image][/image] [image][/image] [image][/image]



 
frankthetank 
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Loc: Lodi California
Reg: 02-22-11
04-29-17 09:36 AM - Post#2688844    
    In response to sal7

Damn that bel air is clean! I hope to have mine painted that same color eventually. Azure aqua was the factory color of my car. Wish I knew about reading trim tags back in '02 when I had it painted. Might of just went that route then.

1963 Chevrolet impala sport coupe
2006 Chevrolet silverado crew cab 2wd


 
wrt62biscuit 
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Posts: 1

Reg: 05-11-17
05-11-17 02:26 PM - Post#2690778    
    In response to del.impala

do they get in the way of the Z bar?



 
del.impala 
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Loc: delaware
Reg: 04-13-11
05-12-17 02:58 PM - Post#2690949    
    In response to wrt62biscuit

No they did not.



 
faverde 
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faverde
Reg: 09-15-15
10-13-17 11:19 AM - Post#2710750    
    In response to Tony



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All cleaned up and presentable after 47 years of ownership.




 
Lunar 
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Posts: 62
Lunar
Loc: Western Australia
Reg: 06-19-16
12-07-17 03:17 PM - Post#2717219    
    In response to J0nesy

Epic

63 Chev Bel Air


 
Todd M 
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Todd M
Loc: PA
Reg: 08-21-03
12-08-17 11:35 AM - Post#2717323    
    In response to J0nesy

Sweet


1957 2-dr BA HT currently 283 PP http://www.picturetrail.com/tbmax57


 
Double Aught 
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Posts: 336

Loc: SW America
Reg: 09-28-11
06-06-18 06:14 PM - Post#2736197    
    In response to 64ss409

  • 64ss409 Said:

I was going to post this on May 3rd and forgot.

The first photo was taken on our wedding day, a rainy May 3rd, 1964. The car was decorated with white shoe polish. 52 years ago. Two keepers, the bride and the car, still have both.

Second photo taken about 5 years ago in front of the defunct dealership in Geraldine MT. where I bought it.
Ron







Great pics!



 
Iowa 409 Guy 
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Iowa 409 Guy
Loc: Iowa
Reg: 11-17-09
09-04-18 06:33 PM - Post#2745325    
    In response to Double Aught

Hey, is that you Ron?

Dave

64 Impala 409 4 Speed
47 Knucklehead


 
Tom_Kochtanek 
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Tom_Kochtanek
Loc: Columbia, Missouri, USA
Reg: 11-19-02
10-09-18 06:19 PM - Post#2748287    
    In response to Iowa 409 Guy

Picked this project up a few months ago to give me something to do while I'm working on long term projects. Very solid with 30 year old paint in decent shape. Original panels.

Second pic is of an option for the drive train (minus the boat headers).

Cheers!
Tom Kochtanek


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rstreet 
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Reg: 12-31-14
10-22-18 11:14 AM - Post#2749256    
    In response to Tom_Kochtanek

Ok Tom your ride photo has inspired me to post a ride photo of mine but won't let me do it! Nice exhaust!
Robert



 
raycow 
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Loc: San Francisco, CA
Reg: 11-26-02
10-22-18 11:53 AM - Post#2749259    
    In response to Tom_Kochtanek

  • Tom_Kochtanek Said:
.....Second pic is of an option for the drive train (minus the boat headers).


I couldn't agree more. X-frames and W engines belong together!

Ray

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


 
rstreet 
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Reg: 12-31-14
10-23-18 11:38 AM - Post#2749344    
    In response to Tom_Kochtanek

Tom finally got photos going
robert

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MR Merke 
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Loc: Surrey B.C. Canada
Reg: 11-21-16
07-24-19 08:24 PM - Post#2771497    
    In response to rstreet

nice SS




 
DOTracer 
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Posts: 37
DOTracer
Reg: 09-19-04
07-27-19 03:52 PM - Post#2771745    
    In response to MR Merke

My dad's '63 Impala SS after being pulled from the garage after being stored for 35 years.



Now belongs to me after his passing in February of this year. Here is the car after I spent a couple months making the car mechanically sound again so I could chauffeur my niece at her wedding.









93k miles, daily driven from 1963 through 1976. Still had bias ply snow tires on it when I got it out of storage. Car is very much a survivor still wearing the original paint, all original interior, etc.



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Double Aught 
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Loc: SW America
Reg: 09-28-11
09-12-19 10:08 PM - Post#2775438    
    In response to DOTracer

Those ralley's look good on that car.




 
MysticJade 
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Reg: 11-25-19
11-26-19 09:06 PM - Post#2781035    
    In response to Double Aught





 


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