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Re: would you trade????

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While I personally don't like the body style of the Impala after 1964, as the feller says, They ain't making them any more. So, since it is a SS and if it runs and is drivable, YES, I think I would go for it! That 327 was one tough engine! I bought a new 64 Impala and that thing would run like a scalded dog, and was capable of 20 mpg. (Not both at the same time, lol) But by using a lot of self control, I actually did get 20mpg on a tank of gas. The rest of the time I couldn't keep my foot out of the four barrel.

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06-18-2013 23:04:07

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 Re: would you trade???? in reply to ShadetreeRet, 06-18-2013 20:21:56  
I too like the earlier SS Impalas, especially the 64.

I had two 64 SS Impalas, a yellow/black convertible with 327/250 and powerglide and a Palomar Red (burgundy) hardtop with 327/300 and Muncie four speed.

The 66 is probably my least favorite aside from the 69 but still a nice looking classic car.


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06-18-2013 21:38:42

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 Re: would you trade???? in reply to ShadetreeRet, 06-18-2013 20:21:56  
I'll vouch for the mileage. I had a 63 Impala with a 327 automatic. Watch your foot and it would easily go over 20 mpg. plus had the extra power if you needed it. They always say run them like your gonna run em when new. I checked it out on the 1/4 when I brought it home. No problems except for the rust termites that finally got it.

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