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1966 Chevy Impala 327 V8 four-speed Convertible

Main 1966 Chevy Impala 327 V8 four-speed Convertible

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    1966 Chevy Impala convertible, from Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL. Powered by the 327 V8, backed by a four-speed. Thanks for taking a look, we …


    You think that kind of car would fetch higher value.

    Michael Sylvester

    That sure is a nice looking classic.

    Jeremy Pruneau

    Nice!! Fair price for a clean 4 speed convertible. I see that G-body Monte Carlo there too.


    Gto update????


    Nice example Jeff and that's a pretty rare one with the factory 4 speed, factory tach and the dash mounted clock. I wonder if the miles are original, could be.

    Rodder Files

    Great car, i luv full size verts

    Red 13

    I like the mag-style wheel covers.


    Ah, my all time favorite car! A good 66 has always eluded me. We built a couple of 65s in the late 80s ad they were cool. Oh well. Thanks for showing this one!


    Nice ride for a Bow Tie โ€ข Convertibles are a fun ride. 8 Tracks system, mark it sold. They were popular back in the day. ๐Ÿ˜Ž Cool
    โ€ข Cheers from The Detroit & Mackinac Railway ๐Ÿš‚

    Lol Br

    I really appreciate the realistic prices & the fact you show the info. As far as I know, you are one of two that gives out this info. This is the up front way most people like to do business. Thank you…


    If they ever get any 67's in please do a video

    Johnny Yum

    My first car was a 63' Impala white with red interior 327 engine. Wish I had it today.

    Dale Pritchard

    Nice car.

    david graszak

    Is there a site with all the cars on it so we can check them out

    Goth Mog

    Another great car from Country Classics. Can you go through the warehouse and show all the cars? Thanks for the video. Your prices are spot on. Hope to find one that srtikes me.


    Nice low mileage vehicle!! Fun little Cruiser for the summer!!โ˜บ

    Catfish Jenkem

    I love those cars . The 65 with the round tail lights is my favorite . My buddy had the 65 just like this . My dad had a 65 and 66 . The ball joints on those were always wore out ,and they had the usual GM rust below the fenders and around the back window . Damn that engine compartment reminds me of the good old days . I remember when they sold used for a grand lol . I bought one for 125 dollars just to get the engine out and rebuild it and put it in my chevelle . The good old days of timing lights,dwell meter , and points . Insane winds today and Thursday > I hope they leave these buildings alone . Enough is enough .

    Doug Huddleston

    That is a nice Impala for sure ..thanks for the look

    GewoonJelleMann !

    The notification bell worked ๐Ÿ˜‰ keep up the good work m8!

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