The Impala broke the all-time industry yearly sales record in 1965 with more than one million units going out the showroom doors. The ‘65 sales record remains unbeaten to this day. The fourth generation is revised bottom to top featuring a full coil spring suspension to support the new full width perimeter chassis. The green
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The second generation Chevelle in 1968 was completely redone and on a three inch shorter 112 inch wheel base for the coupe and sedan models. The wagons and sedans are on a one inch longer 116 inch wheel base. The ’68 has a long hood with tapered fenders while the trunk lid is shorter with
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The first Chevrolet Chevy II was available in showrooms in September 1961 for the 1962 model year. The unconventional Chevrolet Corvair could not compete with the Ford Falcon. To meet Ford head on a full complement of Chevy II models are on the table with five body styles plus four trim options; the 100, the
Many changes occur in’66 for the Chevy II with the car being more angular, the grill bolder, slightly humped rear fenders, a slight angle to the rear end, with a semi-fastback roof line. The car also has vertically lined up tail lights with a set of single headlights in front now mounted in the grill.
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The interior of the 1966 SS features a newly designed pair of thin shelled high backed bucket seats with a center console or the strato bench seat with a fold down armrest is also a choice but the gauge package is optional equipment. The full sized SS sales dropped by 50% in ’66-the very fickle