H&H Classic Parts - Basic Weatherstrip Kits
The Chevrolet Impala made its debut in 1958 and was the most expensive passenger car in the Chevy lineup until 1965. Historically, it’s the bestselling automobile in the United States. Car enthusiasts enjoy restoring their Impalas, and you can find at least one at any car show or parade across the country.
Using quality restoration Impala parts, make sure you replace any of the trim that helps protect the interior from the outside elements. No matter which of the body styles your Impala is, there is a replacement weatherstrip kit available to protect your classic interior.
The weatherstrip kit seals up the windows, door and windshield, which protects the interior from snow, rain, or other outside moisture. Weatherstripping is made of a material that ages and cracks. Cracks can create a leak. If you have put a lot of money into the restoration of your Impala, the last thing you want is a leak.
We carry kits for the Impala, Biscayne and Bel Air. At H&H Classic, we have been helping classic Chevy enthusiasts restore their cars since the 1980s. Get free technical assistance from our experienced staff. We can answer any of your questions. You get fast shipping and easy returns on all vintage Impala parts.