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02-25-2019 06:47 PM
josephs44 I have 62 and 64 Bel Air parts cars and a 63 Impala. Located in central Kansas.
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11-02-2018 05:50 PM
[email protected] I can help with the a/c parts underhood. I got a 64 parts car and it happens to have factory aur. 62-64 are all basically the same cars as far as parts like that are concerned. Plus many others. If you are interested in an entire parts car I got a budy who had to mechanic lean a car cause guy would not pay his bill. It's a solid car only problem is the soldier who had it had hydraulics installed. And door panels I've got a 64 that I put mechanic lean on cause for some crazy reason after paying for me to paint the car, install new interior and rebuild motor trans brakes the customer just stopped paying when I installed an aftermarket a/C unit. The door panels are two tone blue made in the factory sewing pattern. He thought $600 was to expensive for door panels. They look nice they are just not factory correct. I think they're interchangeable but check first it also has new carpet as well. Seat covers are new factory style as well they are a little faded from setting outside a couple years. If you want I could send picks.just let me know
08-01-2018 03:24 PM
Originally Posted by drop-tines View Post
need a 'parts' sedan to help with restoring one in my garage.
I have one in anchorage, Alaska. I am second owner, yet have not touched it.. Original car, first owner took out engine and trans. [email protected] (907)980-9404
06-30-2016 11:45 AM
62BillT Not real sure which Manual would be best for a good Wiring Diagram, but check into an Assembly Manual.

I'll send you a PM on the parts.

06-30-2016 05:12 AM
1962 Impala 4 door Sedan parts

What I believe would be very helpful, in the near future, would be a wiring diagram. The person I bought it from has run what appears to be all new wiring...but I am a little concerned about what was done...and would like to make sure it was done properly.

as I move forward on the project, I will be needing these items and others:

* gas pedal
* door panels
* carpeting
* any chrome/trim for outside (including impala emblems)-as mine are not 'shiny'
* dome light
* items for air conditioning (under the hood stuff)
* tail lights (etc.)

if you could send any lists of what you have, and any pics, that would be helpful.
06-29-2016 01:51 PM
62BillT No website, sorry. Not yet anyway.

Although I'm a '62 man myself and not everything is for sale, I am parting out 9 of them, most of which are 4-Door Sedan cars. I don't mind selling 4-Door parts, Sedan parts, Bel-Air and Biscayne parts and Wagon parts, for a '62.

06-29-2016 11:22 AM
1962 Chevy Impala

Originally Posted by 62BillT View Post
If you can't find a whole car, I have many 4-Door Sedan parts available.

do you have a website that I can look at what you have?
06-29-2016 09:40 AM
62BillT If you can't find a whole car, I have many 4-Door Sedan parts available.

06-29-2016 07:36 AM
Wanted - 1962 Impala 4 door sedan

need a 'parts' sedan to help with restoring one in my garage.

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