1962 Chevy Impala Wagon


Rebuild Status: Active.

This is going to be an awe-inspiring car when it is done. Currently we’re waiting on a chassis, and when it arrives we’ll follow and share the rebuild progress with you.

If you have any questions about what we’re planning on doing with the car, feel free to email us at info@midwesthotrods.com or write a comment below.

Chevrolet Impala

The 1962 Chevy Impala was Chevrolet’s top of the line model offering. Its standard features were included the same as the other models with the addition of bright aluminum front seat end panels, bright metal backed rearview mirror, extra-long front and rear armrests, built-in door safety panel reflectors, rear seat radio grille, and sport-type steering wheel with the Impala emblem. The ’62 wagon came in 6-passenger and 9-passenger versions.

For their practicality, style, and ability to evoke childhood nostalgia, ’60s wagons make great collectibles and fetch good prices according to Collector Car Price Tracker.

Read more about the Production Information of the 1962 Chevy Impala Wagon.

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