Fresh from the field

This 1960 Impala Sport Sedan was found in a field in Eastern Washington State. It had been sitting for a good many years. The engine, originally a 283 V8 was long gone, as was the hood and the factory equipped swept back rear antennas. Fortunately the desirable Impala steering wheel was still there, and the windshield and the rear panoramic window are both intact with no cracks. Ideally we would replace the windshield with a fresh one, but remember… we are flat broke! At first inspection, this car has only minor lower rear quarter rust, and a rotted left rear floor pan. The rest of the panels should be savable. The right front fender however is toast!

Hmmm, fender looks rough!
Not so bad from this angle.
Ahhh, the 6 tail lights, cool!
No engine!
What, two projects at once?
Now that was one atomic fart!