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Some cars seen in the 1962 film ‘Gangu’ starring Sheikh Mukhtar. A 1956 Dodge Kingsway wagon (Suburban?) Especially for Stanher – an early Herald (in sebring white and conifer green?) And some other familiar cars as well- any idea what that white station wagon is in one of the parking lot pics?
And some other familiar cars as well- any idea what that white station wagon is in one of the parking lot pics?
The car in the 12th pic, Shyam, that one can see the back of, beside Jeetendra?
Car seems to be a Fiat 124 special, which ‘inspired’ our 118NE. Can’t identify the actors though they look familiar. AFAIR the car radios were not easily available and were expensive.

I am afraid that’s not a Jap car. Superb rally pedigree, this model had established for Ford.
Here’s a bit of nostalgia for all you car fans out there.

Some cars are integral parts of song sequences. It was powered by a 2. 2 litre, four-cylinder “Hurricane” petrol engine that put out 75 bhp of power. Chevrolet had a very early presence in India and its cars were used in many Bollywood movies. Impala’s were a hot favorite among imported cars in India and continued to be imported well into the 1970’s (remember the rocket-fin shaped rear?) The same car (unless twas only the number that was the same.

Don’t know what model is this Rolls Royce.

It inspired to me check more movies of the era (for cars.) Besides others, a 47/48 Buick is seen in a song sequence.
I’ve been an Impala lover ever since I can remember. I have included several Chevrolet Impala pictures for your viewing pleasure.

My reputation has been built around my total honesty and details in the descriptions of the vehicles I offer. You can have a look at some of the beautiful pieces we are offering at any time.

My Ebay Motors auctions run high quality classic cars and trucks almost continuously. Check out all the wiring and make sure everything works. Ask for all parts and labor receipts. Have the engine and transmission been rebuilt?
Is the mileage on the odometer original?
Are the engine and transmission original, numbers matching?
If it does not, the value drops way down. Check for rust and bondo, run a soft magnet over the car to check for bondo. Check for frame damage and alignment issues. If so,are they in good standing and have recent activity. Make a list of questions for the seller before you contact them. Ask for plenty of pictures. Ask for a copy of the registration. Never buy a car without seeing it first, if possible.

Use a classic car inspection service.

For more valuable classic cars, always use an escrow service.

This is also a form of insurance, if the old car is not as stated by the seller, you may be able get your money back. If it has flood damage.

This is the year the Chevy Impala began to lose it’s staight lines and develop curves. Because of all the chrome and leather, the Impala became the most expensive Chevy model. The 1958 Impala was available with engines from a 235. 5 145 hp to the 348 315 hp. The 58 Chevy Impala sported three taillights on each side.

I just started a transaction, on line for a impala thats in a diffrent state.

The car has some rust on the body,no holes that i can see, or that the current owner cares to disclose.

My 1st ride I ebuilt a 61 bubble top impala. Have missed it every since.

It is white with red interior , engine is immaculate,runs and drives like a dream. That’s a common problem with the LT1 Optispark. I own a 96 impala ss. I’ve replaced it twice already and need to replace it again. My immaculate ’65 Impala SS was one of the favorite possessions of my 60 year life, being raised in a mechanic shop allowed me to do the mechanical work myself. I miss my 64 Impala. Man, the Impala is such an awesome car. Hello Girly, I also love the old cars in their original state, however, there are multitudes of car lovers who like to customize their cars to better fit their personality and vision. I love looking at old Chevy Impala’s. They ruin the looks of any car and they look extremely TACKY. It’s not the wat they looked back then and they are not original. I would not pay 1. 00 for a car like that. Fellow Ohioan here, yep, good pics. That is an incredible automobile.

I hope the information I gave you over the phone was helpful. Especially the 67 impalas with the Z24 option package.

Hello issues, thanks for visiting my Chevy Hub. Thanks for visiting my Hub Madison. He had lots of money but not much car knowledge.

One of my biggest regrets was passing up on a ’67 SS coupe in solid form around three years back. The 63 Chevrolet Impala is a fine car. With a 327 250 horse power engine, she was a jet for sure.

Sell my car at USV8. The first Ford Mustang busted out of the factory gate on April 17, 1964. Muscle cars and classic old cars for sale.

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From 1958 until 1965, the Impala was Chevrolet’s most expensive full-size car. Unique to the model were its six taillights, which set it apart from lower trim levels with only two lights on a side.

The Impala became a separate model in 1959 in both two- and four-door versions and became the best-selling car in the Chevrolet lineup. The new body styling was more trim and boxy than the 1958-60 models. This style proved extremely popular, and contributed to the desirability of the ’62-’64 Impalas as collectibles. The Beach Boys produced a hit single, “409,” referring to the Chevy, which became an iconic song for these cars. Super Sport (SS) models featured that panel in a special engine-turned aluminum, which was also used to fill the side moldings, making the SS more distinctive in appearance.

Among collectors, the 1963 Impala is the most popular for its body style, even though it was almost mechanically identical to the 1962 Impala. The Sport Sedan featured a new, creased roofline that proved popular. An optional factory tachometer was built into the dash, just above the steering wheel. For 1964, the Impala was slightly restyled, reverting to a more rounded, softer look. Rooflines were carried over from ’63 unchanged.
Redesigned again in 1965, the Impala set an all-time industry annual sales record of more than 1 million units in the U. S., All new full-size Chevys eschewed the “X” frame for a full-width perimeter frame, a totally new body which featured curved, frameless side glass (for pillarless models), sharper angled windshield with newly-reshaped vent windows, and redesigned full-coil suspension. The Impala however, remained Chevrolet’s top-selling model until the late 1970s. They used a version of the 1965 Impala dash panel until 1969. The SS badge was to become Chevrolet’s signature of performance on many models, though it has often been an appearance package only. From 1962-on, Super Sports were limited to the hardtop coupe and convertible coupe exclusively. As mentioned above, ’62-64 Super Sports got engine-turned aluminum trim, which was replaced by a “blackout” trim strip in ’65 which ran under the taillights. Starting in 1967 through 1969, buyers of Impala Z24s got cars badged as “SS427″ models. The Impala SS could be identified by “SS” emblems on the rear fenders and trunk lid.
In 1968, the Impala SS once again became an option package.

In 1971, the redesigned full-size B-body would be the largest full-size car ever offered by GM. The Impala’s sales dropped to 176,376 units in 1975, the weakest since its introduction in 1958. This body style was actually introduced for the 1974 model year, a precursor to Detroit’s complete abandonment of pillarless body styles before the end of the Seventies. Several new options were offered for the first time in 1975. A “Spirit of America” package.

The interior trim also included color-keyed seat belts and floormats. A “Landau” model, for 1975-1976 models (and carried over into the late 1970s and 1980s). Inside there were color-keyed seat belts and floormats. The changes in the automobile marketplace resulted in Chevrolet redesigning the Impala once again in 1977 to meet changing demands. Impalas were shorter, taller and narrower. The Impala was typical of smaller, lighter (even more so than the 1977 Chevelle), and more fuel efficient full-size American cars. Production of the downsized model increased substantially versus 1976, and the Impala regained the number one US sales position. No convertible models were offered.
The relatively rare 1977-1979 coupes did have a double bent tempered rear window much like the Monte Carlo Aerocoupe.

This included a sport-tuned suspension with reinforced shocks and struts, a high-capacity upgraded reverse flow cooling system, larger and more powerful four-wheel disc brakes, transmission cooler, dual exhaust, a higher-output electrical system, and other minor mechanical alterations. The Impala SS was uniquely fitted with a standard 3. 08 gear. Inside, the car came with a central console with cup holders (1994 and 1995 models) and a storage compartment, leather seats embroidered with the Impala SS logo, and a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel. For the 1994 model year, it was available only in black with a grey interior. It saw minor interior alterations, with the digital speedometer being replaced by an analog one, along with a tachometer. V6 was brought out for the 2004 model year. The Impala was available in two trim levels from 2000 to 2002. All options found or available on the LS were available on the base model. The 9C1 was basically a base model with a stronger suspension and the 3. 8 liter (231 cu in) V6 engine.

The new Impala features new taillights, different from the four-circle style of the previous generation. Also, the heavy-duty steel wheels were not redesigned, and as such, the Police Sedan uses the original center caps or the older style wheel covers. The interior has been completely redesigned.
The dashboard featured a chrome Impala logo embedded in the wood grain trim that runs across the front of the vehicle and onto the doors. Another interior revision is the location of the cupholders, which are now concealed beneath the mid-section of the vehicle’s center console.

The 9C1 and 9C3 models receive an aluminized interior trim instead of the standard wood grain. Also, the 9C1 and 9C3 begin coming equipped with an external trunk lock tumbler. This page has been accessed 42,976 times.
I’ve been an Impala lover ever since I can remember. I have included several Chevrolet Impala pictures for your viewing pleasure.

My reputation has been built around my total honesty and details in the descriptions of the vehicles I offer. You can have a look at some of the beautiful pieces we are offering at any time.

My Ebay Motors auctions run high quality classic cars and trucks almost continuously. Check out all the wiring and make sure everything works. Ask for all parts and labor receipts. Have the engine and transmission been rebuilt?
Is the mileage on the odometer original?
Are the engine and transmission original, numbers matching?
If it does not, the value drops way down. Check for rust and bondo, run a soft magnet over the car to check for bondo. Check for frame damage and alignment issues. If so,are they in good standing and have recent activity. Make a list of questions for the seller before you contact them. Ask for plenty of pictures. Ask for a copy of the registration. Never buy a car without seeing it first, if possible.

Use a classic car inspection service.

For more valuable classic cars, always use an escrow service.

This is also a form of insurance, if the old car is not as stated by the seller, you may be able get your money back. If it has flood damage.

This is the year the Chevy Impala began to lose it’s staight lines and develop curves. Because of all the chrome and leather, the Impala became the most expensive Chevy model. The 1958 Impala was available with engines from a 235. 5 145 hp to the 348 315 hp. The 58 Chevy Impala sported three taillights on each side.

I just started a transaction, on line for a impala thats in a diffrent state.

The car has some rust on the body,no holes that i can see, or that the current owner cares to disclose.

My 1st ride I ebuilt a 61 bubble top impala. Have missed it every since.

It is white with red interior , engine is immaculate,runs and drives like a dream. That’s a common problem with the LT1 Optispark. I own a 96 impala ss. I’ve replaced it twice already and need to replace it again. My immaculate ’65 Impala SS was one of the favorite possessions of my 60 year life, being raised in a mechanic shop allowed me to do the mechanical work myself. I miss my 64 Impala. Man, the Impala is such an awesome car. Hello Girly, I also love the old cars in their original state, however, there are multitudes of car lovers who like to customize their cars to better fit their personality and vision. I love looking at old Chevy Impala’s. They ruin the looks of any car and they look extremely TACKY. It’s not the wat they looked back then and they are not original. I would not pay 1. 00 for a car like that. Fellow Ohioan here, yep, good pics. That is an incredible automobile.

I hope the information I gave you over the phone was helpful. Especially the 67 impalas with the Z24 option package.

Hello issues, thanks for visiting my Chevy Hub. Thanks for visiting my Hub Madison. He had lots of money but not much car knowledge.

One of my biggest regrets was passing up on a ’67 SS coupe in solid form around three years back. The 63 Chevrolet Impala is a fine car. With a 327 250 horse power engine, she was a jet for sure.

Sell my car at USV8. The first Ford Mustang busted out of the factory gate on April 17, 1964. Muscle cars and classic old cars for sale.

One of the best muscle cars and classic car sites.
From 1958 until 1965, the Impala was Chevrolet’s most expensive full-size car. Unique to the model were its six taillights, which set it apart from lower trim levels with only two lights on a side.

The Impala became a separate model in 1959 in both two- and four-door versions and became the best-selling car in the Chevrolet lineup. The new body styling was more trim and boxy than the 1958-60 models. This style proved extremely popular, and contributed to the desirability of the ’62-’64 Impalas as collectibles. The Beach Boys produced a hit single, “409,” referring to the Chevy, which became an iconic song for these cars. Super Sport (SS) models featured that panel in a special engine-turned aluminum, which was also used to fill the side moldings, making the SS more distinctive in appearance.

Among collectors, the 1963 Impala is the most popular for its body style, even though it was almost mechanically identical to the 1962 Impala. The Sport Sedan featured a new, creased roofline that proved popular. An optional factory tachometer was built into the dash, just above the steering wheel. For 1964, the Impala was slightly restyled, reverting to a more rounded, softer look. Rooflines were carried over from ’63 unchanged.
Redesigned again in 1965, the Impala set an all-time industry annual sales record of more than 1 million units in the U. S., All new full-size Chevys eschewed the “X” frame for a full-width perimeter frame, a totally new body which featured curved, frameless side glass (for pillarless models), sharper angled windshield with newly-reshaped vent windows, and redesigned full-coil suspension. The Impala however, remained Chevrolet’s top-selling model until the late 1970s. They used a version of the 1965 Impala dash panel until 1969. The SS badge was to become Chevrolet’s signature of performance on many models, though it has often been an appearance package only. From 1962-on, Super Sports were limited to the hardtop coupe and convertible coupe exclusively. As mentioned above, ’62-64 Super Sports got engine-turned aluminum trim, which was replaced by a “blackout” trim strip in ’65 which ran under the taillights. Starting in 1967 through 1969, buyers of Impala Z24s got cars badged as “SS427″ models. The Impala SS could be identified by “SS” emblems on the rear fenders and trunk lid.
In 1968, the Impala SS once again became an option package.

In 1971, the redesigned full-size B-body would be the largest full-size car ever offered by GM. The Impala’s sales dropped to 176,376 units in 1975, the weakest since its introduction in 1958. This body style was actually introduced for the 1974 model year, a precursor to Detroit’s complete abandonment of pillarless body styles before the end of the Seventies. Several new options were offered for the first time in 1975. A “Spirit of America” package.

The interior trim also included color-keyed seat belts and floormats. A “Landau” model, for 1975-1976 models (and carried over into the late 1970s and 1980s). Inside there were color-keyed seat belts and floormats. The changes in the automobile marketplace resulted in Chevrolet redesigning the Impala once again in 1977 to meet changing demands. Impalas were shorter, taller and narrower. The Impala was typical of smaller, lighter (even more so than the 1977 Chevelle), and more fuel efficient full-size American cars. Production of the downsized model increased substantially versus 1976, and the Impala regained the number one US sales position. No convertible models were offered.
The relatively rare 1977-1979 coupes did have a double bent tempered rear window much like the Monte Carlo Aerocoupe.

This included a sport-tuned suspension with reinforced shocks and struts, a high-capacity upgraded reverse flow cooling system, larger and more powerful four-wheel disc brakes, transmission cooler, dual exhaust, a higher-output electrical system, and other minor mechanical alterations. The Impala SS was uniquely fitted with a standard 3. 08 gear. Inside, the car came with a central console with cup holders (1994 and 1995 models) and a storage compartment, leather seats embroidered with the Impala SS logo, and a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel. For the 1994 model year, it was available only in black with a grey interior. It saw minor interior alterations, with the digital speedometer being replaced by an analog one, along with a tachometer. V6 was brought out for the 2004 model year. The Impala was available in two trim levels from 2000 to 2002. All options found or available on the LS were available on the base model. The 9C1 was basically a base model with a stronger suspension and the 3. 8 liter (231 cu in) V6 engine.

The new Impala features new taillights, different from the four-circle style of the previous generation. Also, the heavy-duty steel wheels were not redesigned, and as such, the Police Sedan uses the original center caps or the older style wheel covers. The interior has been completely redesigned.
The dashboard featured a chrome Impala logo embedded in the wood grain trim that runs across the front of the vehicle and onto the doors. Another interior revision is the location of the cupholders, which are now concealed beneath the mid-section of the vehicle’s center console.

The 9C1 and 9C3 models receive an aluminized interior trim instead of the standard wood grain. Also, the 9C1 and 9C3 begin coming equipped with an external trunk lock tumbler. This page has been accessed 43,004 times.