thought since we had an intro page, might as wll have a photo one too :biggrin:
Angel, if my Impala gets bent up any where near like that can you guys do that type of work on it?
I am glad the guy whom had driven it did not get any broken bones from that wreck. Great job on your car.
Here is a pic of mine that was taken in January 2003, I wish it still looked that good, the poor thing needs a paint job but right now I am just keeping the metal from rusting. The car was repainted about 7 years ago (before I bought it) but that was only a scuff and shoot. Now the old primer is flakeing off of the metal. I am using a product by One Step called Mar-Hyde. It tansforms rust to black primer. My poor car looks like it has black achne all over it. At least it is not a rust heap.
you got to get the IMG code not the direct link. it's at the bottom next to the picsOK, here's mine....hope this works!
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Thanks I want to change the rims but don't know what I want to go with.beautiful 71, not a big fan of the rims though
No I have plenty of room all the way up to 23" without lifting the suspension or clearance issues just depends on how deep the rims are can't go too deep.shouldnt have to raise it to put 22's on. maybe some cutting and/or rolling, but then again, i dont know much about that generation of impala.