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1966 Chevrolet Impala Review
vs1966 Pontiac Bonneville
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Handling Ranked 1966 Pontiac Bonneville better.
"Wider wheelbase Wide Track Pontiac"
1966 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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Everybody Should Own One At Least Once Once — Really Great Car!!! Lots Of Power Fun To Drive. Parts cost alot to restore it. I found it on a farm in VA in a old barn. Tried to buy it for years and the farmer finally sold it to me.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It's a SS

Cons: Needs To Be Restored

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Miss This Car A Lot — This car was a head turner. Sleek and sexy, Plenty of power, rides nice and smooth, and never let me down. With a 2 spped powerglyde transmission, and a 327 Turbo Jet, this car was hard to keep your foot out of it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Sleek and Sexy!

Cons: gas mileage

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It Is A Awesome Majestic Car That When You Match Up The Nubers And When You Put A 302 Big Block In. — This is a american muscle car that some people would pay tremendous amounts of money for but what really gets me is the performance even when my dad and I first bought it it was driveable and that saying a lot considering nobody had drove it in 25 years.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It is a 66' classic and if you didn't like it you would be crazy.

Cons: Don't avoid this car in any way.

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!966 Impala Super Sport Convertible — My 1966 Impala convertible is also an SS model. The factory 327-275 hp engine has been rebuilt to 1966 Corvette engine specifications. The powerplant includes the addition of new 10.25:1 pistons etc, Comp cam, bee hive valve springs and roller tip rocker arms, a 625cfm Holley carb, headers and dual exhaust bring this beast to cruising speed nicely. It has a black bucket seat interior with only a tachometer added tastefully to the stock interior. It is a blast to drive and we get the thumbs up from many admirers at cruise nights or just cruisin to the local burger or icecream place. I luv it!

Pros: It's all positive..........it is a work of art....on wheels......and it's more fun that a barrel of monkees!

Cons: Not many young people today have any knowledge, interest or appreciation for automotive history.

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A Real Head Turner!!! — Second owner, and had this car for over 35 years. Wins lots of trophies at the shows here in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Has been choosen as the front cover of Impala News, USA. I truly look forward to a nice summer day when we cruise with family and friends. Chrome, chrome, chrome will make one stand back when admiring the goods under the hood. This car is a joy to ride and indeed a honour to own. The red body and white boot attract alot of attention, especially, July 1st, Canada Day. Nothing beats a 1966 Chevy Impala Convertible. Top This, licence plate says it all.

Owner for 36 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:1,500

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