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Kevin Wolf

Damn, I would love to have that Impala.

Uncle Merlin

Very Cool discovery. I saw where some still have the factory plastic over the seating. Now does one take that off or leave it on for future generations?? Its like finding that new in box or NIB 1957 Control Tower washer, do you be-box it and run water through it after so many years in storage or do you keep it dealer original.
I am sure we'll see the end result on these cars, it will be interesting.

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