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New 1964 Chevrolet Impala from Goldvarg Collection

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Goldvarg
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Dear friends, 

The very first prototype of the 1964 Chevrolet Impala from Goldvarg Collection has just arrived.

I want to share the first photos with you.

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Mike DeTorrice
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What a beautiful car ! Sixties Impalas are particularly attractive cars


   
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Bob Jackman
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The prototypes look great Sergio. Thanks for sharing.


   
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John Merritt
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They look fantastic, my favorite Impala and those are both excellent color choices.

John Merritt
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Moe Parr
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Beautiful models and excellent color choices but I am so NOT a Chevy guy...

Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


   
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Mark Sweeney
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Wow, superb model, Sergio.


   
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Ben Lampson
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Posted by: @moe-parr

Beautiful models and excellent color choices but I am so NOT a Chevy guy...

Are you sure Moe?

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Moe Parr
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@ben-lampson 

Very sure, Ben. I'm old enough to remember before the makes of cars overlapped each other. Your neighbor drove a Chevy, the neighbor on the other side had a Ford, and you had a Chrysler. They were driving cars from the "low-priced three", and you were driving a higher class of car, period!

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Jack Dodds
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Great choice Sergio.....and a nice surprise.  I would like to put my 2 cents worth in and lobby for a solid color Palomar Red Poly with fawn interior (my personal favorite).

I would LOVE to see a '63 Impala 2drht. done in the future as well.


   
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Ken Spear
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How about some convertible Impalas in the future.


   
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Jack Dodds
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Posted by: @kenspear

How about some convertible Impalas in the future.

Ken.....I second that!!!


   
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Ben Lampson
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Posted by: @kenspear

How about some convertible Impalas in the future.

They are already in the pipeline Ken....do you check out the Goldvarg website? these 2 have been on the site for more than a year now.

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Jack Dodds
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I'm really looking forward to these '61 convertibles!  I would bet there will be '62 Impala converts in the future as well!


   
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Curtis Parisi
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@jack-dodds Another vote for a '63 Impala 2 door Hardtop!


   
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Curtis Parisi
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Sergio, I especially like the Azure Poly single color. Looks terrific! One thing I do notice is the exhaust on a stock car did not exit and show pencil tips the way you have your prototype. I don't know the the license plate is suppose to be California as I can't read a state. If it is then in '64 the plate would not have started with the letter "W" as black plates came out in '63 and ran thru '69. W is to far up the alphabet. They would start with something around "G". They also would have a year sticker only on the back plate.

 

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