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The original Chevy Impala, introduced in 1958, was intended to be a luxury car for the masses. There have been 3 generations of the car, with short periods off production in between.
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The first generation of this car lasted from 1958 until 1985, although it went through many changes during that period that would normally be considered a generational change. This car was credited with starting the muscle car era, which saw the combination of big engines and sporty cars. The Impala SS of the 60's could be ordered with a powerful 427 cubic inch engine. They got smaller during the 70's with the oil embargo, and were cancelled in 1985. There was a short comeback in 1994 that lasted until 1996 of Impala SS, which was kind of like a sporty upgrade of the Caprice. It was based on the B-body and had a LT1 engine similar to the engines found in Corvettes and Camaros. The new generation started in 2000 and are considerably smaller, although the SS is quite sport and many police cars in the United States are this model. The Impala has been a favorite of car customizers, especially those in the lowrider community who like to mod their early 1960's Impala with custom wheels and hydraulics. The 1994 - 1995 - 1996 Impalas are also quite popular with the car modding world. The 1st and 2nd generation are very popular in the collecting world, and the best way to save money on a used one is by using eBay, where original and custom parts can also be found.

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