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1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible in Gonks Go Beat, Movie, 1965 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US — Built in: CA

1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

Position 00:23:52 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Alessandro58 CH

2014-09-01 11:06

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atom SE

2014-09-01 11:08

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'65. Was the RHD-version built in Canada?

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robi DE

2014-09-01 13:27

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Yes, American cars for the Commonwealth market were built in Canada.

dsl SX

2014-09-01 13:34

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Agree likely to be a CDN car, but unsure if they were factory made with RHD or converted in UK. If factory-made, it's likely that these were part of batches for eg Aus, ZA which slipped the occasional example into UK. There were some specialist converters in UK who made RHD with official blessing.

Buc84 US

2014-09-06 18:48

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I've personally seen a '66 Bel Air 4dr that was RHD/English plated,it was parked two spaces from our car in the parking lot of a castle in Bavaria we were sightseeing at in 1974? My Dad and myself both noticed it when we walked by it! ("Look? A Chevy with it's steering wheel on the 'wrong side'!!")Wish now I'd somehow gotten a pic of it? :(

rockstarnorth225 PH

2014-09-06 18:54

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Reminds me of JDM Import.

ingo DE

2014-09-06 18:59

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rockstarnorth225 wrote Reminds me of JDM Import.

Why? Because of the RHD?

rockstarnorth225 PH

2014-09-06 19:00

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ingo wrote
Why? Because of the RHD?

Well then,where's that? :D

rjluna2 US

2014-09-06 21:03

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Buc84 wrote I've personally seen a '66 Bel Air 4dr that was RHD/English plated,it was parked two spaces from our car in the parking lot of a castle in Bavaria we were sightseeing at in 1974? My Dad and myself both noticed it when we walked by it! ("Look? A Chevy with it's steering wheel on the 'wrong side'!!")Wish now I'd somehow gotten a pic of it? :(

Did you remember if it still had the old 1965 Chevrolet instrument panel?

Buc84 US

2014-09-06 21:41

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I seem to recall it looked like the one in a 'normal' 65/66 big Chevy,just reversed? (Mirror Image)

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rjluna2 US

2014-09-06 22:08

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Thanks, Buc84 :)

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