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I believe this is the same car (although with a slightly different grille treatment) at the GM Heritage center. The prototype was called the "SS" and was a SHARP looking ride!


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That SS was the nicest looking 4 door hardtop I've ever seen. Would have been one heck of a production car.
 

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Yup what they said. A prototype of a new SS But it never turned out that way I love my Impala SS I would have jumped on that if thy built it and kept the price realistic

 

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Looked really nice but the back seat looks useless. My $.02.
 

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I don't see a B pillar. What is the back door hanging on? Somehow I don't think that would pass side impact crash test!
 

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Saw the proto type red Pu at Okc fair!! It caught our eye Love our 04 yellow R Getting ready to take it to house in Okc for good..One less thing to move. Don,t lack much other than clothes and few pic,s House is kinda bare here in Dodge City,Ks.
 

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I don't see a B pillar. What is the back door hanging on? Somehow I don't think that would pass side impact crash test!
All the doors on 4 dr hardtops in the early to mid 60s were hung from a mid height center pillar. Can't tell you if new impact laws could be met or not, but they sure looked good.

A 1960 Chev Impala 4 dr hardtop with the extended roofline was one cool car.
 

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