1966 Chevrolet Caprice
1963 Chevrolet Impala wagon
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I purchased the car 20 years ago from original owner, for $250 It was originally purchased in Cumberland MD, in October 1966 from McIntyre Chevrolet for $2700.00 I have painted it about every shade of blue, now its Black with Silver flames. It was crushed about 4 years ago in a ice storm, On February 6, 2004 and took approximately 6 months to rebuild, By AL's Auto Body in Martinsburg WV.
Next on the agenda will be a Cowl Induction Hood, New Paint, New Exhaust.
Total restoration. Frame, steering, suspension, as clean underneath as it is outside. Paint is 2004 Jag midnight mica. Engine is a 396 punched to 410 Built Big block. This isn't your grandmas wagon, But it did start the restoration as a 90% rust free example of one.
Specs for “chevzilla”
327/300 horse small block with powerglide, 373 gears
Specs for “1bad63wagon”
396 Big Block, 400 turbo with about 425hp
Factory Options for “chevzilla”
No factory options listed.
Factory Options for “1bad63wagon”
AM radio, deluxe interior, was a Factory 327 auto car.
Mods for “chevzilla”
Tuck n Roll Interior done by myself, Engine has been bored out 20 over with Edelbrock Performer Intake Crane Cam Kit and Edelbrock Carb, Eagle Alloy Wheels, Black Paint with Silver Flames.
Mods for “1bad63wagon”
Built 40 over 396 Big Block with tons of aftermarket parts
Hooker ceramikoat headers
2004 Jaguar Midnight Mica base clear Urethane
polished booster and cyl
New 15x8 Cragar SS rims for the nostalgia look
Lots of chrome and aluminum, etc, etc, etc
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