1962 impala ss convertible
i would like to know the color of the interior and if theres a way to know if it's a true ss and what the acc code for nws stands for heres how it reads. body fp 8549 trim 815 paint 936 acc nws
Johnny, Thanks for your patience. 1962 Impala SS convertible trim code 815 = black bucket seat interior color. Paint code 936 = Ermine white
Please check the „FP“ again to see if it is „FR“ which translates into Framingham , Massachusetts Chevrolet/Fisher Body plant code.
Accessory code nws I am not certain on.
True SS car would need to be determined by your vin.
Hope this helps on some of it.
Buckets installed ONLY into Super Sport cars in 1962. If the trim tag is original to the car and says Bucket interior, It's a SS.
thanks for the info but sorry for the wrong body letters. i took another look and the body definately reads EP 8549 i'm a little confused on the trim code.it reads 815 T 2 there was no carpet and no interior at all in this car when i purchased it.the metal floor is painted a blue color so i had assumed the interior should have been blue.the dash is painted maybe a blue or a black it is faded real bad so it's hard to tell. any info. on this would be greatly appreciated.
Bucket interior would have a welded seat mount next to the center tunnel on both sides and would be a SS only. 815 code would only be for a 1962 Impala SS with Black buckets. Buckets only on SS and Black only on Convertible. Look for yourself. http://www.348-409.com/trim62.html
Thanks for the info guys i realy like this site. I was pretty sure it was a SS because of the welded seat mounts also has grabbar and swirl pattern on side trim and rear panel. I have another question about production of SS convertibles with factory a/c because this car also has factory a/c with the original window sticker on the rear 1/4 glass.
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