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As my sig. states, I am learning, so I decided to post up this question. I have heard and read opinions of both sides, what are your two cents?

I know that today's modern cars, the model differences could be A/C or not, power windows or not, etc. etc. I've learnt that back in the day, the Biscayne was the basic auto, but what are the facts on my question.

Impala and the Impala SS, what are the facts?
 

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The SS package cost only $53.80 in 1961. Imagine that!!! :0


(Yes, I know it was worth a lot more then, but still!)
 

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Originally posted by sixty8imp@Aug 17 2006, 12:01 PM~5987221
http://www.musclecarclub.com/musclecars/ch...history-1.shtml

next time, google it yourself.
Thanks Google8imp, sorry, I meant sixty8imp.

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Very informative website. It's model year time for the toy hauler industry and I am too busy drawing up all kinds of protos/parts/plans. No time to weed through the Google findings, but I do have time for LIL.
 

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Originally posted by 59Impala@Aug 17 2006, 12:53 PM~5987549
Its a trim package, has nothing to do with performance.  You could get a 6cyl SS if you wanted, or a 409 non SS.
That's what I've mostly been hearing.
 

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Originally posted by Badass94Cad@Aug 17 2006, 02:51 PM~5987536
The SS package cost only $53.80 in 1961.  Imagine that!!!  :0
(Yes, I know it was worth a lot more then, but still!)
Today prices with reproduction and NOS parts it can/will cost you around $1500 to $1600.00 for 61 SS trim package. trunk vee repop, quarter flags repop and a NOS grab bar (Thats if you can find one NOS.) :0
 
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