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1966 Chevy Impala Restomod

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - We’ve always held that the essence of hot rodding eclipses the gnashing of the mechanicals and the pride associated with a clean, spectacular rendition. A lot of the time it’s a family enterprise and is especially vibrant when the car has been simmering in the stew since it came out of the dealer’s nest and was passed on from father to brother to son.

Is This Smashed and Rusty 1961 Chevy B-top Impala a Real 409 SS?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - All that rusts isn’t gold, but Super Chevy might have to make an exception for this Ermine White 1961 Chevy Impala bubble top if it turns out Junkyard Gold’s highly knowledgeable host Steve Magnante discovers enough intact DNA to verify it’s a real Super Sport. And even better yet what if Steve finds a 409 under its slightly crumpled hood?

No Reserve 1967 Chevy SS Convert LOT T34 at Mecum Indy Auction

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you’re looking for the deal of the Century here’s a dead sharp 1967 Chevy Impala SS convert that’s crossing the block at No Reserve on Thursday, May 17 at the 2018 Mecum auction in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Impala Super Sport convertible is LOT T34 and we’re calling it a "Super Chevy pick to steal."

Could the Chevy Impala be the next American sedan to go?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ford's announcement that it will stop investing in its lineup of sedans in North America and instead fill out its portfolio with more trucks, SUVs and commercial vehicles raises the question of what crosstown rival GM will do with its own fleet of cars.

What General Motors Is Really Doing With Its Small (and Big) Cars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Earlier this month, The Wall Street Journal reported  will soon discontinue production of the small Chevrolet Sonic hatchback, and that it's considering ending production of its big Chevrolet Impala sedan as well. That had investors and analysts buzzing: Is GM getting rid of its car models? As if to answer, GM announced two days later that all of its other mainstream Chevrolet sedan models will get updated styling for 2019.

Tiny Engines Have a Home in Chevrolet Vehicles, Regardless of What the EPA Decides

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As it stands, the only Chevrolet vehicles not offered with available four-cylinder power are the Suburban, Tahoe, and Silverado lines of full-size trucks. Everywhere else, from the diminutive Spark hatch to the Camaro sports coupe and the full-size Impala sedan, and from the Equinox and Traverse crossovers to the Colorado pickup, you’ll find at least the option of a gasoline four-banger displacing no more than 2.5 liters.

Flogging a Rare Beast: Vintage Driving Impression of a 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At Chevrolet’s preview of its new-for-1966 models held in July 1965, Petersen Publishing’s photo chief Bob D’Olivo captured a boat of an Impala convertible lapping a GM proving ground. It’s hard to make out in the photo, but there are crossed flags on the Imp’s front fenders, a tip-off that this was no everyday boulevard cruiser.

Will These Cars See the Ax? Fiesta, Taurus, and Sonic Reportedly Up on Chopping Block

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - In the midst of exploding demand for crossovers, SUVs, and trucks, GM and Ford are reportedly planning to drop smaller, less popular models. American manufacturers are shifting their priorities away from traditional cars toward SUVs and trucks. As demand continues to boom, ordinary sedans and hatchbacks have been lift withering in their wake.

Detroit automakers say they’re not nixing sedans yet

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors likely won’t be axing its car nameplates any time soon despite reports to the contrary, though it admits the vehicles may “evolve,” says The Detroit News. A report from the Wall Street Journal earlier this week quoted insiders who said the company’s Chevrolet Sonic could be discontinued as early as this year, and that the long-running Impala was also being scrutinized for elimination.