Put on display by GM alongside the new 2013 Impala (yawn) at the New York Auto Show. The fullsize pics (go to the link below the pic, click on the pic to go to gallery, select "large") nearly had me in tears. So perfect. http://www.autoblog.com/2012/04/06/1966-chevrolet-impala-ss-427-convertible-reminds-us-of-days-long/ I'm amazed at the condition of this car, but then again since GM's putting it out there on display I guess I shouldn't be too surprised. My dad had a plain jane 4 door '69 Impala for a couple years when I was a kid - a far cry from this eye-popper, but in some ways the same. The dashboard pics bring back more memories for me than anything ... my dad let me steer the car around an empty parking lot once while he worked the pedals ... I was 5, maybe 6. I still remember looking down to see that speedometer, imagining it indicating 100mph. The reality was more like 5mph. Other than that, my memories of that car mostly involve sitting in the backseat, flipping the ashtray doors open and closed. Today's cars are better, but they've got no soul whatsoever compared to something like this. .