The 1961 Chevrolet Impala buried deep in the woods has been unearthed, is it still salvageable?

That’s a 1961 Impala sedan buried in the trees! This car is mostly intact, but has been sitting for a REALLY long time! It is kind of an odd car, someone ordered it as an Impala, but with a 6-cylinder engine and power brakes! Interesting car that still has a lot of good pieces left to help save some others.

Chad Ehrlich is always dragging cool, old iron in his salvage yard, Nobody Else’s Auto. Be sure to subscribe to the “Nobody’s Show” Channel on YouTube to keep up with all of the new inventory that Chad is hauling in! You can also follow him on Facebook under “Nobody Else’s Auto.”

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