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  1. #21
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    buy a kia /topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinieMe209 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by FirmeJoe View Post
    buy a kia /topic

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    '64. As far as resale value, if you're cutting either car for hydraulics, then that shouldn't be a concern at all since you kill the value by cutting it. At least that's how it is in the u.s. your circumstance may be different since there are very few around your area.

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    57 Chevy impala has better resale value breh
    If you can find one
    Also gbodys are pretty popular and have great resale value
    I've seen sum basic lukin gbodys go over 35k

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG RED View Post
    He owned a Six foe homie get it right.
    Damn u right!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cashmoneyspeed View Post
    '64. As far as resale value, if you're cutting either cock for hydraulics, then that shouldn't be a concern at all since you kill the value by cutting it. At least that's how it is in the u.s. your circumcision may be different since there are very few around your area.
    I agree with this fellow..... Wait, what?!!

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    Yep, think I've settled on the trey & Now for deciding the colour... Haha, prolly kandy purple or red w/ white interior. I'll post in the project rides section when I find a good project Along with a nice set of hydros...
    Last edited by Northern Rider; 10-08-2013 at 08:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8fifty View Post
    57 Chevy impala has better resale value breh
    If you can find one
    Also gbodys are pretty popular and have great resale value
    I've seen sum basic lukin gbodys go over 35k
    four door conversion rag 57 impala is the hot ticket

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    It's personal taste. I have one of each and I can't say I like one more than the other. They're classic and, at this point, one will not appreciate more than the other. Flip a coin and buy the one it lands on. Or get one of each.
    The Impala collection:
    '58 Impala hardtop: OG patina, coming soon
    '61 Impala rag: restored to OG with a gang of accessories, on the streets
    '62 Impala Wagon: Under construction
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    Chrome n paint, 'draulics, etc, on the streets
    '64 Impala rag "Texas Playboy" : under construction

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    i have a 63 that i bought in 98 from the original owner. My bodywork is almost done. small spots was all it had. rebuilding engine. just because i wanted to. BUT i thought most people were going to say 64. both are great cars I love my car. but i did see a poll on this and 63s were picked way more. wow. cool to know. is it the body lines or what that yall like more.
    Fleetwood Mack

    i have a hardtop 6trey with just 2 switches
    1 for the back, and 1 for the inches.

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    Post pics when she's done bro :P I'm thinking of something like this http://www.lowridermagazine.com/feat...a_convertible/

    57-59 Impalas are hella dope as well but I still kinda prefer 63 & 64... plus I couldn't really afford any of the aforomentioned rides so trey it is
    Last edited by Northern Rider; 10-08-2013 at 01:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabaster View Post
    I've always thought someone should graft the front fenders of a 64 onto a 63.. Rounded front with a pointed rear. I'm actually shocked someone hasn't doens this yet(Or at east I haven't seen it)....

    On the subject of laws changing....... Keep voting democrat and you won't have anything but Prius left... LIbertarians believe in freedom to do whatever you like as long as it doesn't infringe on someone else's life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.... Including owning old/classic cars.
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    The points on the 63 > flat ass 64

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobrakarate View Post
    i have a 63 that i bought in 98 from the original owner. My bodywork is almost done. small spots was all it had. rebuilding engine. just because i wanted to. BUT i thought most people were going to say 64. both are great cars I love my car. but i did see a poll on this and 63s were picked way more. wow. cool to know. is it the body lines or what that yall like more.
    damnn 15 years worth of body work woahhh shit

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    I didn't know impala came out in 57 ...only heard of 57 bel air

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    Quote Originally Posted by PINKY View Post
    Get a 63 and put in a 64 front end
    This has been done, there's pics on here somewhere, some one has to have them, yellow car

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8fifty View Post
    57 Chevy impala has better resale value breh
    If you can find one
    Also gbodys are pretty popular and have great resale value
    I've seen sum basic lukin gbodys go over 35k
    Never herd of a 57 impala
    But the first year impala dropped was 1958

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay1 View Post
    I didn't know impala came out in 57 ...only heard of 57 bel air
    Because they didn't they were introduced in 1958
    1957 was the bel air nomad and del ray
    And a gbody at 35k lol I think he's kidding
    I hope

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