Racing Champions did a '60. Do you have a '66 that is stock? Haven't located one....Hands down a favorite casting from JL for me top up and down! The wheel swap looks great on this one Harry!!! Between JL HW and GL plus a few others here and there. I think I have examples from 54-73 except 60, 70, and 72. Then it jumps to 76,77, 89, 92, 94. Love my full size Chevies!
Correct on all counts, Jim! Good knowlage.The Impala Sport Coupe you pictured took the place of the fastback for 1969 and '70. Actually, Chevy kept a similar roofline available when they went to the 1971 bodystyle, and kept it through 1973, as I recall. What you call the "Formal" roofline was also available on the Impala, as the Impala Custom. It was actually a lot more common than the Sport Coupe roofline. That same basic roofline was also carried over on the Caprice and Impala Custom coupes, the Caprice through 1973 and the Impala Custom through '74.
Well, actually, what I meant to say was that the "CUSTOM" formal roofline was used on both the Impala and Caprice, while the "SPORT COUPE" semi-fastback roofline was exclusive to the Impala. I guess that I wasn't clear enough in the way I said it. The Impala Sport Sedan (4-door Hardtop) you showed was one of two 4-door Impalas from that era - There was also a pillared 4-door sedan. That body was shared with the Biscayne and Bel Air, which didn't offer the Sport Sedan hardtop. However if you wanted a 4-door Caprice in that time frame, it was the Sport Sedan or nothing. You wanted B-pillars, you had to settle for a lesser model - not that the Impala was much of a step down!Correct on all counts, Jim! Good knowlage.
'Cept I had no idea the Sport Coupe roofline was available on the Caprices.
I learned sumptin, thanks!