Howard Gribble's 1967 Chevrolet

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A polaroid photo of Howard's Impala. This photo was taken when it was brand new, and it still had the factory paint. Red Pierce had already installed hydraulic lifts on it, and Howard had fit it with deep dished chrome wheels. The flat baldie hub caps had not been installed yet, so Howard believes it had to be taken about June 1967. Photo from The Howard Gribble Photo Collection.
This version of Howard's Impala featured a custom lace paint job by Dave Kent of Kent's Customs. Photo from the Howard Gribble collection.[1]
Walt Prey next to Howard's Impala. Photo from the Howard Gribble collection.[1]
Walt Prey striping the Impala. Photo from the Howard Gribble collection.[1]
Howard's Impala as it looked after Walt had striped it. Photo from the Howard Gribble collection.[1]
Photo from the Howard Gribble collection.[1]

1967 Chevrolet Impala owned by Howard Gribble of Torrance, California.

Steve Feinberg painted a sign for Howard's Impala in 1967. Howard believes that Mr.M arranged it, and that he never talked to Steve.



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