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The Chevrolet Impala has served the Chevrolet brand for may years in many different roles. It has been everything from an crown jewel show car to the basic bare bones fleet vehicle. First appearing in 1956, the Impala would be … Continue reading
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General Motors and Chevrolet took a gamble in 1977. That year all full-sized B and C body cars were downsized. For Chevrolet, this meant downsizing its B-body bread-and-butter Impala and Caprice sedans. But the gamble paid off for both Chevrolet … Continue reading
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In 1959 and 1960 the Chevrolet Impala was Chevrolet’s top end full-size model. The Impala was made a separate model in 1959 instead of a subseries of the Bel-Air. It still used the same platform as the lower end Chevrolet Biscayne … Continue reading
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Chevrolet redesigned its, bread-and-butter sedan, the Impala, in 1965. This proved to be a good idea for Chevrolet as the Impala set an annual sales record of more than 1 million units. This record would not be beaten by the … Continue reading
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The Impala was the top of the line Chevrolet since its introduction in 1958. It was also one of Chevrolet’s beset sellers. For 1961, GM restyled its full-sized B-Platform cars, which included the Chevrolet Impala, Buick Invicta, Pontiac Bonneville and … Continue reading