1964 Chevrolet Bel Air And Impala: 2 for $2K

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Titled and ready to go: that’s what’s promised in this listing for a 1964 Chevy Bel Air and Impala parts car for $2,000 here on craigslist. Frankly, if I was into the lowrider scene at all, I’d have these two strapped to a trailer in no time. The Bel Air is said to have an engine and transmission but no mention if they are original to the car; the Impala is for parts-only and it looks like the drivetrain is long-gone. The mention of rust is brief but seemingly justified by the seller once you factor in the low price, but I’d need some further confirmation if it’s limited to the surface or more invasive. If I were a potential buyer, the fact that both cars still have their original titles is a big bonus as it at least removes the hassle of dealing with re-issuing new titles at the DMV. When it comes to projects that need everything, the elimination of those little hassles can make a big difference. What do you think – is this a fair price for a Bel Air project and a parts car? Or would you take the owner up on his offer to separate the pair and just take the Bel Air home for $1,200?

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  1. JW

    When I was 17 a friend of mine had a Impala 4 door 6cyl car it was midnight blue with light blue interior. At the time it was a nice car but like most used cars of the time it used more oil than gas and he wasn’t good at checking fluid levels so yes the motor seized up and off to the cruiser it went. I liked these cars but once they became low riders and bouncing behemoths I’ve lost interest because cars were meant to drive not to see how high I could bounce it. Now if someone was to grab these 2 and make a nice cruiser out of the Bel-Air that’s cool I’m all for that otherwise I hope they just stay where there at and let the earth reclaim them. This is just my opinion and may not represent any one else’s and I mean no disrespect to others idea of fun.

  2. The Walrus

    I’m glad I live in a state that doesn’t require titles for vehicles 10 years or older. Never realized how much consternation it causes folks.

  3. Doug

    Frankly, I’d prefer the 50’s Pontiac in the background.

  4. randy

    The first car I truly remember as a child was our ’64 biscayne station wagon. I’d love to have another.

  5. Woodie Man

    A six cylinder Impala?

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