Classic Industries Releases New Headlamp Housings for 1962 Impala

The iconic full-sized Chevrolet Impala is a mainstay in our automotive culture. From the days of the drive-ins and cruising, to the dragstrip and the car show scene of today, the full-sized Chevys appeal to a vast array of demographics. For as long as they have been around, and how eclectic their owners are, it hasn’t been until just now since we were able to get our hands on a reproduction set of these.

Enter our friends at Classic Industries, and their newly announced reproduction headlamp housings for the 1962 Impala. Specific for that particular model year, these are as close as you’re going to get to OEM at an affordable price.

Official Release:

Classic Industries Releases New Headlamp Housings for 1962 Impala

Huntington Beach, Calif.  – Classic Industries, the leader in quality restoration parts and accessories worldwide, today released new OER Authorized reproduction headlamp and turn signal housings for 1962 Impala and full size Chevy models. Each housing is manufactured from stamped steel and features the factory correct square holes for the headlamp adjusters, and the round holes and attaching points for the headlamp adjusting springs.

The turn signal housing is accurately riveted in place and includes the socket for the turn signal bulb. The housing also includes the lower bracket for the bumper filler panel to bolt to as well as the upper brackets to mount the headlamp bezel. Each housing is EDP coated for rust prevention and are sold individually. Mounting hardware not included.

  • B14012 – 1962 Impala/Full Size Chevy Headlamp/Turn Signal Housing LH
  • B14011 – 1962 Impala/Full Size Chevy Headlamp/Turn Signal Housing RH

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Rick Seitz

Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.

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