I got a 62 impala it's candy blue and a 4 door anybody else really like the look of a 4 now a 66 that got be a 2 door for me. But 64 and back I like the 4 door look anybody with me post pictures see if I'm alone on this one.
I am biased, but I like 4 doors. The windows seal better, the doors dont sag, it is easier to get out in a parking lot. Besides, the way I figure it, in the long run, 4 doors are going to be more valuable than 2 doors. Everybody is restoring 2 doors, hardly anyone is doing 4 doors, so as time goes on, the 4 doors will become very rare and valuable...
4 doors were always considered the family of 4 or more cars. my dad wanted a pontiac in 62. he wanted a 4dr sedan, my two older brothers and I talked him into the 4 door hardtop (no post) so when he went to the pontiac dealer there was a 4 door catilina hardtop in the showroom, firethorn red. We drove it home next day..I got it in 1970 2 doors are hot-rods...4 doors were ol fart cars
I think the money will always be on 2-doors, given the choice: but a 4-door "sport sedan" in ANY year always won my heart over. Alas, I don't have one - but my old granny 4-door is still a sweet old girl!
Personal preference I guess Some people refer to 4 doors as taxis for obvious reasons. Generally the 2 doors are seen as sportier models. But like any model, with the right touch, itll look great! I personally prefer 2 doors , but I have seen some good looking 4 doors
Heres my bros no post sport sedan all dolled up. Ive seen people stare at it trying to figure out whats different until they notice it has an extra pair of doors. Ive also seen people blow it off saying its only a four door. One day ill follow one of those guys back to see what hes driving and talk about him the same way.
nothing wrong with four doors! build what you like, drive what you love
Some years only came in four doors as the last two door rolled off the assembly line in 1987, just like 1971 was the last year for the rag top, and 1985 was the last time a rear wheel drive Impala was made (the Impala SS has been resurrected but not the Impala name plate).