Posts Tagged ‘impala’

This Seventh-Generation Chevrolet Impala (SS, 1994-1996) Won’t Let You Forget It’s a Seventh-Generation Impala

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

See?

Battery Street, Financial District, San Francisco, California:

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The 1994-1996 Chevy Impala SS ruled America until Old GM shut down B-Platform* production in order to start making SUV’s.

Which animal silhouette would be appropriate for the front of your ride?

North Beach Scene: Sex Worker, Civic, One Embarcadero, Dandy, TransAmerica Pyramid, Impala, Corolla

Monday, February 27th, 2012

The point is that your stripper / prostitute / sex worker types tend to dress waaaay down on the way to work – that’s one of the ways you can spot them.

Blue Wheels, Orange Bike, Red Hat, Yellow Post, Red Curb, 4 Embarcadero

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

A follow-up to Blue Impala, Red Curb, 4 Embarcadero:

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Blue Impala, Red Curb, 4 Embarcadero Center

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

Rolling in my Eight-One:

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Or something…

Jordan McKay Memorial Tree – Cyclist Slain September 17th, 2008 in the Richmond District – $75K Reward

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

SFPD CASE #080 986 135, Jordan McKay:

“On September 17, 2008 at approximately 1:40 am, Jordan McKay was riding his bicycle to his Richmond District residence.

Near 15th Ave and Cabrillo, Jordan was accosted by three African American males wearing dark clothing.

A brief altercation occurred and one of the suspects drew a firearm and shot Jordan.

The suspects fled into a vehicle described as possibly a 2006-2008 Chevrolet Impala/Malibu light in color. This vehicle then sped off in a southbound direction. 

Anyone with information or questions regarding this case may contact Homicide Inspectors listed below.”

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Inspector Daniel Cunningham, Inspector Michael Morley

SFPD Homicide Detail
415-553-1109

SFPD Bay Area Regional Information Center ( BRICC) 24/7
415-553-1071

SFPD Anonymous Tip Line:
415-575-4444

SFPD Text-A-Tip
to: 847411
type: SFPD + msg

SFPD CASE #
080 986 135

Fourth-Generation Chevy Impala Super Sport with Turbo Fire 327 on Haight Street

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Sadly, you didn’t get a turbo included with the “Turbo Fire” 327 V-8.

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Oh well.

How to Roll Through North Beach in Your GM B-Body on a Saturday Night

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

The first thing you need to do with your General Motors [1908-2009, R.I.P]  B-Platform [1959-1991, R.I.P.] is a lift (some people use stacks of hockey pucks) so you can fit your twenty-something inch wheels beneath. And then you need to tint the windows in violation of the California Vehicle Code. Now, you’re done.

Get your friends inside and you’re ready for a slow roll down Columbus. (Menancing stares through half-closed windows optional.) Thusly:

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Of course, you can just go out and buy a B-Body if you don’t have one.

Choose wisely: 

 

How Not to Park Your Chevy Impala SS on the Sidewalks of San Francisco

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Of course you all already know about the 1994-1996 Chevrolet Impala SS General Monkeybusiness B-Body. This one here impresses not with the size of the wheels fitted underneath, but with the sheer parking audacity of completely blocking a fairly wide sidewalk in broad daylight.

What’s stopping somebody from calling 415-553-1200 (dispatch - blocked driveways, sidewalks, etc.) or 311? Nothing, that’s why this parking strategy isn’t sustainable, that’s why drivers generally don’t make a habit of doing this kind of thing. (Personally, it’s not my style to dial, but for some people, it is - see below)

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I would agree that it’s probably no picnic trying to park an 18-foot-long vehicle at night on the Streets of San Francisco, but your ride will eventaully get vandalized, ticketed, towed, whatever, depending on the neighborhood. For example, the evening dog walkers of Specific Whites Pacific Heights all have DPT’s phone numbers preprogrammed into their cellies. They’re simply waiting to see something like this blocking their path.

Just saying.

Can Your Chevy Impala SS Handle 26 Inch Wheels? Well, This One Can

Monday, April 21st, 2008

Of course, a few adjustments were necessary…
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