Posts tagged ‘1965’

It took me six weeks to get around to writing, but Part 20 of the Impala Hell Project saga is done. If you haven’t read Parts 1 through 19, go here.

Impala Hell Project!

July 4th, 2011

The 1965 Chevy Impala sedan I owned from 1990 through 2000 was the most significant motor vehicle I’ve ever owned— more miles driven, more hours of wrenching, more junkyard trips, more everything than any other car or truck. Finally, I’m writing its story. Head over to TTAC to read the first five parts.

How Could This Happen?

November 1st, 2010

Since I’m in the early stages of a Hell Project involving a forward-control mid-60s Detroit van, my jaw dropped when I saw that someone had allowed Little Joe to go to The Crusher. How? Why?

Would you drive a 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia “taxi” balls-to-the-wall from Tuxtla Guiterrez to Zacatecas? That’s what LeMons veterans Martin Lauber and Conrad Stevenson will start doing tomorrow!

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