Well, it’s been sitting in the woods for a long time and has suffered greatly as a result of its age.

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The rarest Impala is the Chevy Impala Z11. 02 m (79 in) wide, 1.

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427/430 HP, 1 of 2 Built in Black.

Pretty much every body panel has been rusted to the point that it almost seems impossible to save. Just prior to the GM announcing its ban on factory racing in early 1963, the Z11 program was destined to become an option of legendary status. Base.

Impala Z11, and the Ford Galaxie 500 Lightweight.

The RPO Z-11 Impala cars were built to race. . Unlike the ’63 Mark II 427 “Mystery Motor” of NASCAR fame, the Z-11 427 shared the combustion-chamber-in-block design of the 348 and the 409.

This delectably restored 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 is an exactingly detailed example of the coolest racing tech of the mid-20th century, and it’s in good hands. PRICE.

May 19, 2023 · To keep the Impala true to its roots, he’s even got a second, genuine, lightweight aluminum Z11 hood that’s been painted in the signature Chitwood Chargin’ Cherokee livery.

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. The 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 is often regarded as the "meanest and rarest Impala ever manufactured.

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The Max Wedge Lightweight could be ordered through Dodge with an aluminum front end similar to the Impala Z11.
Impala Z11, and the Ford Galaxie 500 Lightweight.

In 1962, the SS option could be ordered on any two-door coupe or convertible, and with any engine in the GM lineup.

427cid/430hp 2x4bbl.

. 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 Lightweight Gallery. .

. The Lifelong Collection of Don Fezell See past 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 auction results. . Production of the 409 engine was increased and it became available in. All extra insulation was deleted to cut total weight by about 112 pounds. .

Sporting a new, lightweight valvetrain and dual Carter AFB four-barrel carburetors,.

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Pretty much every body panel has been rusted to the point that it almost seems impossible to save.

Impala (RPO Z11) specs.

Some might say that the Impala SS had been mongrelized, but that was more than offset by a new version of the 409 V8.