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1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe [1837]

1959 Chevrolet Impala [1837] in Olsenbanden og Dynamitt-Harry på sporet, Kinofilm, 1977 IMDB

Typ: Pkw, Coupé — Herkunftsland: US

1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe [1837]

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vilero ES

2009-07-06 12:27

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This car must be classified as Bel Air Impala (if '59 Impala were inside Bel Air series) or just '59 Impala 2 Door Hard Top Sport Coupe?

rjluna2 US

2009-07-14 21:08

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Both hardtop coupe was available for Bel Air and Impala at 1958/62 model years.

At the moment, I don't see the rear windows roof that indicates Impala series yet.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-18 23:01:24

DynaMike NL

2009-07-14 21:13

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And the Impala would have had vertical chrome dividing strips on the taillights, which don't seem to be hare.

cl82 DE

2009-07-14 22:12

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Isn't it exactly that kind of car that is wrecked by the bad guys in "MAD MAX" part one?

rjluna2 US

2009-07-15 02:38

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Ja, as described at /vehicle_3109-Chevrolet-Bel-Air-1959.html .

electra225 IT

2009-11-21 20:11

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Impala sport coupé (or 2 door hardtops) didn't exist in the U.S.A. for '59, but they were probably made in Canada. In '58, '60 and '61 they did exist in U.S.A., too.

rjluna2 US

2010-01-07 21:36

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electra225 wrote Impala sport coupé (or 2 door hardtops) didn't exist in the U.S.A. for '59, but they were probably made in Canada. In '58, '60 and '61 they did exist in U.S.A., too.

Oh, the 2 door hardtop do exist at 1959 model years on both Impala and Bel Air.

As this example, it is still 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air...

kazimann IE

2010-01-07 21:43

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It amazes me how popular big American cars are in the Scandinavian countries. Even in more modern films from those countries, there is a large amount of Yank cars around. Is fuel cheap up there or something?

rjluna2 US

2010-01-07 21:49

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It must be something with status symbol for the Yank Tank in Europe :lol:

ingo DE

2010-01-07 22:30

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@kazimann: no, fuel is not cheap in Scandinavia. At least nothing is cheap in Scandinavia (except Diesel on the Faroe-Islands ;) ).

The Swedish love for American cars is still based in the WWII-times. Sweden and Switzerland weren't involved and could hold their economy-standard, so during the 40ies there was still an import of US-cars to these countries. And there was money to buy them, and no restrictions of the government. In many European countries it was impossible for private persons to buy cars along ca.10 years, from 1939 to 1948/49. And no imported cars at all. They were
a) unpatriotic
b) definetely unavailable

So in Sweden there was even a Hod Rod-scene in the early 50ies, when millions of other Europeans never have thought, that they ever could efford any kind of car.


@rljuna2: not really. Maybe in other countries it was different, but in Germany there was always a quite strong conceit: an US-car is nothing for distinguished persons, who are looking on their reputation.
US-cars are something for splurging "half-silks" like show-stars, night-club-owners, selfmade millionairs with low-class social background, etc.
No kidding, this opinion was alive for many decades over here, and it's still alive.

And there was/still is a strong German arrogance about US cars. They are big and powerful, but have stone-aged cast-iron-truck technology inside. This prejudice is alive since roundabout 60 years (in Western Germany).
I have read comments with this opinion about new released US-cars in motor magazines - of the mid-50ies!

cl82 DE

2010-01-07 23:36

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@ingo: Absolutely true. I knew someone who was an engineer at Audi (in Neckarsulm). Approximately in 1980, he bought a brand new white Camaro just for fun because he always wanted to own one of those for a long time. Wherever he went with that car, people looked at him with a mixture of fear and disdain since they considered him to be a pimp. Besides, I really do not want to support that obsolete stereotype but there was a bar in my hometown in the mid-80s that was reputed to be a meeting-place for people with more or less criminal backgrounds. Guess what the owner drove( before he was sentenced to prison for a couple of years, no joke): A ca. 1979 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

kazimann IE

2010-01-08 01:45

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Here in Ireland, there is a few American cars, not too many though. Importing cars privately from America is quite expensive (unless you can prove you lived there for a while, but that's another mater). Nevertheless, alot of the imported American cars here are either classic 60's muscle cars (used for classic cars shows only), or I do sometimes see the occasional Ford Taurus or Chevrolet Celebrity or something like that around, nothing fancy at all!

Lateef NO

2012-08-04 23:41

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[Image: imp1.3.jpg] [Image: imp3.2.jpg] [Image: imp4.1.jpg] [Image: imp5.1.jpg]
Merke og modell: CHEVROLET IMPALA
Registreringsnummer: RE 20846
Understellsnummer: F59B100191
Registreringsår: 1959
Sist godkjent: (Ikke kontrollert)
Frist for kontroll: Avregistrert siden 28.10.1982

rjluna2 US

2013-01-13 21:34

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For some reason I don't know whey they think this is Impala in the registration, I still believe this is 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air due to absence rear roof trim and vertical chrome trim at the taillights.

Here is what the 1959 Chevrolet Impala looks like: /vehicle_267308-Chevrolet-Impala-1959.html
Here is what the 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air looks like: /vehicle_45819-Chevrolet-Bel-Air-1959.html

However, you are very much welcome to comment here :)

Lateef NO

2013-01-13 21:38

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Please bear in mind that this car was a complete junker and therefore lacks several small details like those.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-13 21:39:18

tore-40 NO

2015-12-28 19:12

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Decoding the chassis # gives you a 1959 Bel Air, made in Baltimore

tore-40 NO

2015-12-28 20:32

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My bad. Checking again, 1958 it meant Bel Air, 1959 Impala. This is 1959 so still an Impala.

rjluna2 US

2015-12-28 20:39

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tore-40's last comment is correct: http://www.xframechevy.com/vin-tag-decoding-1958-and-1959-chevrolet/

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