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Hello All,

I'm in the market for a 1962 thru 1964 Impala 2door.
I'm looking for a rust free body with no, or VERY little
bodyfiller. It doesn't matter to me whether it's an SS
or not. It also doesn't matter if the car needs to be painted
or if the interior is rough. I plan on painting it myself and adding
white gutts. This is going to be a frame-off restoration. I'm looking
to spend around $6,000.00. If you guys have anything like this
or know where one can be found, please let me know.
The main thing that I'm concerned about, is that it have a solid body.
Thanks Guys, Mike De La Torre 630.788.8507
 

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Originally posted by Michael Anthony@Jul 25 2005, 06:46 PM
Hello All,

I'm in the market for a 1962 thru 1964 Impala 2door.
I'm looking for a rust free body with no, or VERY little
bodyfiller. It doesn't matter to me whether it's an SS
or not. It also doesn't matter if the car needs to be painted
or if the interior is rough. I plan on painting it myself and adding
white gutts. This is going to be a frame-off restoration. I'm looking
to spend around $6,000.00. If you guys have anything like this
or know where one can be found, please let me know.
The main thing that I'm concerned about, is that it have a solid body.
Thanks Guys, Mike De La Torre  630.788.8507
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I can see by your area code (630) you're in the Chicago suburbs. Pick up 'Old Car Trader' or 'Hemmings Motor News'.

Contact a couple of my homies on here ('Chevybubble', 'Emo', 'Nimster' or 'Cruize 1'). They may know of something in the area. Just don't enquire about the one geting the moonroof installed at Switch Happy. That's mine! :biggrin:

Good luck homie!
 

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I have been looking at the old car traders with no luck. It seems that everything is already restored. I want something that I can do myself, you take more pride in your ride when you restore it yourself. ;)
 
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