I have been after this farmer to let loose of this 1965 Impala 4 door for a couple of years. I stoped again yesterday and he agreed to sell it . He dragged it out of the wet horse field with his tractor and I loaded it up on my waiting trailer. Its a original 283 powerglide car with no PS and no PB and no Air. The engine ,trans and rad are gone. The farmer bought it out of Georgia about 5 years ago for the engine and trans . Then parked it in the field. Most of the chrome was removed but its in the trunk.
Finally a parts car for my wagon that has little rust.
See, it pays to keep checking back.
My question is what the heck did he want to keep it for after he pulled out what he wanted, who wants to keep a car this size on a farm???
1966 Impala SS
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I completely striped the car and hauled off the remains to the recycling center to become a new Toyota. The car was not worth saving. The windshield and dash were rusted out as were the back glass ,trunk, and floors. I saved every thing that was reusable. The frame is in great shape and has no rust damage at all. I have the parts off it I wanted for my cars ,so the frame and all the other parts will be sold. The dash cluster is on its way to California to help restore another 65 Impala.
Awww, that's a shame. Oh well, at least you got the parts from it. That's how my '68 Chevelle was. The cowl was rotted back in to the dash. I decided to fab a firewall and cowl area. I also have to re-skin just about the entire car. Hopefully the next one you find won't be so bad. Good luck in the search.
Don't listen to me, what do I know? I've only been doing this for 30 years.