Pictured above is one awesome late 1960s big Chevrolet and a great way to start off page three of the full size gallery. A 1968 L-72 427 powered Biscayne! Coupled to a M-22 transmission, this beastly Chevy was showing only 501 miles on the odometer at the time of these pictures. The car was liquidated as part of the McGroder Collection of Phoenix, AZ.

This vehicle was featured in the February, 2004 issue of Muscle Car Enthusiast Magazine and its current owner, Kenn Funk, states he has doubled the mileage already! No arguments here; this car was born to run, not be a trailer queen.

I had heard that this car had originally been used to run moonshine by its original owners. Shortly thereafter, the car's owners were arrested and the car was confiscated. An urban legend of sorts that is also touched upon in the aforementioned issue of MCE.

Urban legends not withstanding, this car is a find of legendary proportions! These pictures are quite large and may take bit to download, but I think you'll agree it is worth the wait for such a magnificent car!!

 

The beautiful 1966 SS pictured to the left is a 396/Turbo 400 car and also features a power driver's side bucket seat, power windows, and air conditioning. In the center and to the far right are a pair of awesome yellow convertibles!

 
Grecian Green '68 4 door

Here's two very nice 1968 Impalas. This awesome triple-black convertible to the left and center and the Grecian Green 4-door hardtop were both spotted at the Iola, Wisconsin annual car show and swap meet.

 

To the far left, a beautiful red 1960 convertible I spotted at the Fish Day car show in Port Washington, WI That is followed by a nice1961 Impala..The red 1967 Impala shown to the far right is owned by Erwin Pommer of the Netherlands, a frequent international visitor to this site. The passion people have for these cars is world-wide!

 

I spotted this beauty not but 5 miles from home! A call to the tavern where the car was parked got me in touch with its fortunate owner! Red paint, red interior with six-way power bench seat, factory tachometer and gauges, speed warning indicator, AM-FM stereo and, perhaps oddest of all, a three speed manual transmission on the steering column!

 

Here are three of the rarest full size Chevys ever! To the left, a 1965 Super Sport convertible equipped with the 409 engine! The 409 engine was discontinued shortly into the 1965 production year, so this is one very rare car. To the far right, a pair of Z-11 Impalas!!

 

Speaking of 1965 409 cars, this one is a real stunner with the black paint/red interior and a 4 speed! This car was spotted at the 2005 Mecum Auto Auctions in Belvidere, IL.

 
 

WOW! That's about the only way to describe this red 1967 427 powered Caprice. Power windows, eight track player, tachometer and gauges and rear antenna are some of the other optional equipment.

 

The yellow 1968 Custom Coupe pictured to the left was seen at the big Iola, WI car show. The red 1967 fastback was spotted at the Carlisle, PA all-GM Nationals in June of 2005.

 

This gorgeous example of a 1969 Impala sport coupe was also spotted at Carlisle. I have not seen too many 1969 cars that were in this excellent type of condition.

 

The 1967 Super Sport to the far left is the only Mountain Green example I can ever recall seeing in person.At the time this picture was taken, the car had just 17, 500 original miles on it.

In the center a beautiful 1961 Impala followed by a real nice 1969 Caprice.