No, but my Mom's
'60 Impala was stolen in '69, within an hour of my Dad buying it for her. Had to get my older brother to fill in that blank, as it happened before I was born.
Same body and color as this
Edit: My Mom clarified it was the 2-door in Salmon. She doesnt remember the power plant as my Dad is passed away.
I've got the fully loaded Chrysler version of this with 7.1 surround and three screens, because you need that **** in a pimp wagon.
Tbh, it can't be beaten for practicality. We just throw camping stuff in it where in every other car (including many 4x4s) you'd be struggling to get it all in. We even extract the urine completely and add a huge roof box and bike rack on the rear meaning we can carry more stuff than most people have in their houses.
Engine is truck-like though and the leather, plastics and woods are questionable.
I'm going to vote cool purely because it's part of our family now and we couldn't live without it for practicality. But it isn't really.
It was basically just a high trim model, just as it was on the Journey and Durango. Bunch of standard equipment and color-keyed trim and blacked out interiors and etc; but it looked "sporty" instead of "luxurious" like the top trim level usually did. It had some nominal suspension changes and sportier wheels or whatever and it drove better, but it was still a damn minivan.