I have a 1937 Ford truck that rides the line between rat rod and hot rod. It's not a rusted out piece of crap. Has nice custom built frame, and a lot of nice parts. I've rebuilt most aspects of the truck over the last couple of years. The body has a couple small bubbles and a couple of dings. What you'd expect to find on a car like that. The bed I recently built myself so I know it's all solid. I haven't seen the car yet, but I'm looking at a 1963 Impala. Has SS badges but I don't think it's a real one. Which doesn't really matter to me. It's supposed to be very reliable, has a 350/700r4, power disc brakes, nice looking wheels, lowered a bit in the front. From the pics the interior looks a little worn, but nice overall. Guy says the floor pans and trunk are in great shape. Has a little bubbling on the hood / fender. He showed me pics, doesn't look terrible... but it's just a pic so who knows. IF that all checks out and those bubbles are the worst part do you guys think that's a good trade on my part? More importantly, are there any specifics I should be looking out for on those generation Impalas? I've been looking up a lot of stuff, but not finding much more than the typical things to look out for when buying a classic. Was hoping for some tips more specific to the platform. Thanks guys!