Authorities in California are seeking help locating three vintage Chevrolets stolen from auction sites during the annual Monterey classic car week. Stolen were a white 1961 Impala convertible and a 1957 cream-colored Bel Air from the Mecum Auctions site, and a red 1961 Chevrolet Impala convertible from Russo and Steele.
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AUBURN, Ind. – The old saying that “when the top goes down, the price goes up” was once again proven during Auctions America by RM’s June 1-3 Auburn Spring sale at the historic Auburn Auction Park in Auburn, Ind. Open-air classics took eight of the top 10 slots of the weekend, which saw 409...
Owner John Broucher would love to know how many of 1960 Impala sedans were equipped with a 348-cid V-8 and a four-speed manual transmission like his central Ohio sleeper ordered new by a farmer.
In the 1960s, the Impala was a versatile fixture of the Chevrolet lineup and the country’s top-selling automobile. With so many body styles, trim levels and engine options, there was an Impala for just about every new car buyer.
An Impala squad car that first served duty for a prairie town in Kansas now stands guard at Reagan Library.