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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by P. Aaron, Apr 7, 2012.
1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible reminds us of days long gone
YES! This is a great car - my friend had one in highschool convertable and same color. Man we had some fun (and a few stops from the police) in that thing!
Here's a thought for the day....
If we know what an "IMpala" looks like, what does a "Pala" look like??
What an ugly car...it needs more fins!
I was drooling over that today when I was at the auto show. The cars they're putting out today are nice but not quite the art that was out there up to the 70's
Oh I thought this thread was gonna be about:
Sweeeeeeeeeeeet! I love vintage cars, especially old American iron with muscle.
Nothing quite like a full size car with a fat iron and a handshaker.
Meh. I prefer Mopars.
Growing up in the 60s, I remember cars like this being no big deal, they were everywhere. My Dad had a 1965 Plymouth Fury II station wagon, with a 383 engine and room for a small platoon of kids. The ultimate family chariot. Lucky to get 12 mpg, but back when gas was .15/gal, he didn't care. He'd stop at an Esso station and ask for $2.00 of gas! Those were the days!