Chevy Impala Parts

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    The Chevy Impala is a full-size sedan manufactured from 1958 to 1985 and from 1994 to present days. This model got its name from the South African antelope. If you are the owner of this vehicle and looking for repair parts to restore it to proper performance, check out CARiD's collection of the highest quality repair parts. Our selection includes fuel delivery parts, brake parts, suspension parts, ignition parts, engine cooling pars, A/C and heating parts, air intake parts, electrical parts, emission control parts, and a lot of other products you may need for all your repair and maintenance jobs.

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    Chevy Impala To Be Built in Detroit
    Chevy Impala To Be Built in Detroit

    Yesterday, General Motors announced that the new-generation Chevy Impala will be built at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant. The production of the renewed Impala is planned to begin in late 2013.

    The D-Ham plant was opened in 1985 to produce Buick and Cadillac products. But after the forthcoming upgrade, it will turn into a Chevrolet plant. On Tuesday, the last Cadillac DTS drove off the line, and the next week, the plant will assembly its last Buick Lucerne. In June the plant will be closed for four weeks to be reconfigured for the Impala production. GM plans to invest $69 million in the assembly plant upgrade.

    There will be added two shifts and 2,500 salaried and hourly workers, which is a great increase taking into consideration that currently there are 1,121 employees. The GM will recall 1,300 laid-off UAW workers, and remaining 1,200 positions will be occupied by new hires. And even these 1,200 jobs are big news for Michigan that has the highest unemployment rates across the country. It is also said that the new employees will be paid about $14 per hour, which is half of the pay rate of veteran UAW union members.

    This month, GM said that it plans to invest about $2 billion in components and assembly plants, keeping 4,000 jobs at 17 facilities in 8 states. By now, the company has already made investments in the facilities located in Toledo, Ohio; Bowling Green, Kentucky; Flint and Bay City, Michigan.

    NASCAR Chevy Impala to Appear in Transformers 3
    NASCAR Chevy Impala to Appear in Transformers 3

    Although Transformers 3 are scheduled to hit theaters in July 2011, several spy shots of the new characters have already surfaced the Web. Thus, three new Autobots known as the Wreckers, an Elite Autobot Commando unit created only in the comics, appear to be nothing but hopped-up and armed versions of the NASCAR Chevy Impala.

    It was first believed that sporty trio would be the Stunticons, a group of Decepticons feared for their psychotic behavior and ability to form up a giant evil robot called Menasor. However, it eventually became clear that the bright trio coming in red, blue and green outfits look too cheerful to be evil. The Wreckers were first seen in the story "Target 2006" and appeared in many of Simon Furman’s subsequent stories.

    Besides the naughty Impalas, there will be more Chevrolet vehicles featured in the third part of the Transformers saga. These will be the well-familiar Camaro “starring” as Bumblebee and also the 2012 Chevy Spark spied in the Autobot uniform.