By Vern Parker
Before the Price family grew to the point where the selection of a new car was limited to a four-door sedan or a station wagon, a two-door hardtop Chevrolet Impala was purchased.
For as long as Michele Price can recall the car her father, Jerry, bought has been a part of the family. Her father purchased the Impala on April 2, 1965 at the Griffen Chevrolet dealership on East Jefferson Street in Monroe, North Carolina.
Beside Corvair models and Corvettes Chevrolet that year was offering Chevy II, Chevelle, Malibu, Biscayne, Bel Air and Impala models.