Thats really nice. What engine's in it?
327 with 2 speed powerglide.
That is sweet.
Any plans for a firebreathing engine or massive restoration?
I always liked '68s. My grandparents traded one in for an '80 or '82 Monte Carlo. Too bad i wasn't around to tell them to keep it!
1969 chevy impala
1972 chevy chevelle
not really, might dress up with some chrome. don't get upset, but im not too into HP. just like classics.Originally Posted by SSrevolution
I've always liked that body style. My dad has a '66 Caprice that same body style, it's not in that good of shape (needs restoration). Hopefully I'll end up with it someday.... Anywho - Congrats!
Make it a donk.
"I cannot wait for the new fad to come along, one that doesn't involve making respectable looking cars look as though they were parked nearby when the plastic factory exploded."
Why would I get upset?Originally Posted by IMPALAon20s
Please don't ruin it with huge wheels. I'd hate to see such a beautiful car be tarnished by hideous rims and a lift.
2001 BMW 325i
yada yada yada.. 15's with fat tires are just lame, and for mullet heads.. give it up, im going with 20" and who said i would lift it? theres no need to, 20" with 35 series tires will fit just fine as/is.Originally Posted by rmodys
Nice car! 68 Impalas happen to be one of my favorite cars, especially in the fastback bodystyle. It looks like it has a lot of potential.
Proud driver of a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
5.2 Magnum V8
That is sweet.
What shape is the interior?
If it's been outside in the sun, etc..., you'll likely be spending some quality time bringing that back to sweetness.
On the other hand, if it's as nice as your pictures, you got a screaming deal.
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