The 1963 Chevrolet Impala was a full-size car that was produced by Chevrolet in the 1960s. It was available in a range of body styles including a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, and convertible. The 1963 Impala featured a number of design updates, including a more streamlined body and new taillights. It was powered by a range of V8 engines, and it was known for its strong performance and reliability.
The 1966 Chevrolet Malibu was a mid-sized car that was produced by Chevrolet in the 1960s. It was available in a range of body styles including a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, and convertible. The 1966 Malibu featured a number of updates, including a revised grille and taillights, as well as a range of new engine options. It was powered by a range of inline-six and V8 engines.
Being a part of barn find is quite the exciting experience as you’re able to uncover all of that history as it has simply been left to sit and rot. It’s a shame that all of that had to happen, but being able to unearth it is a truly exhilarating experience to say the least!
This time, we check in as a barn find is unveiled that uncovers not one, but two Chevys from the 60s, a time period where they really made cars to last! This 63 Chevrolet Impala and 66 Chevrolet Malibu, though, look like they’ve seen better days as they’ve been left to rot in a field.
It’s unclear if these machines would ever meet their former glory through a restoration but they certainly look like a couple of cars that we wouldn’t mind seeing on the road once again. With a good amount of elbow grease, there might be something there to uncover.
Check out the video from freakineagle below that will walk you through this pair that we think you’re going to want to save as soon as you see them!