*** Alabama law does not title vehicles 35+ years old. Therefore, this vehicle will only come with a legal Bill of Sale. You MUST check with your DMV to determine their registration requirements. ***
1966 Impala 2dr Sport Coupe. NOT AN SS. Originally Mist Blue
with a V8 engine, Automatic transmission, PS PB and A/C. Mist Blue
is a light metallic blue, not the dark blue the car was repainted.
Car is rough but restorable. No engine or transmission. Will need
lower quarters, floors, and trunk pan and braces. Has some rust
around the bottom of rear window and in the trunk weatherstrip
channels. Dents in the quarters might could be popped out with some
heat. Missing front fenders and seats but most of the rest is
there. Door glass is there and good. Come look and make a solid
I have included a pic of another 1966 Impala in Mist Blue to show what this car could be when restored.
VIN 164376D117384 = Chevy Impala 2dr Sprt Cpe V8 1966 Doraville, GA Prod #117384
11C = 3rd Week of Nov
ST: 66-16437 = 1966 Impala 2dr Sport Coupe V8
Body: BA 2104 = Doraville, GA
TR: 842 = Blue Cloth
Paint: DD = Mist Blue Top & Bottom
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