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Impalas

Impalas (1)

Singles: 7–inch

CUB (9022 “I Ran All the Way Home”) $50-$75 / 1958

CUB (9022 “Sorry I Ran All the Way Home”) $15-$25 / 1959
(Actually shown as Sorry with the rest of the title in parentheses)

CUB (9022 “Sorry I Ran All the Way Home”) $40-$50 / 1959
(White label. Promo issue only)

CUB (9033 “Oh What a Fool”) $15-$25 / 1959

CUB (9053 “Peggy Darling”) $15-$25 / 1960

HAMILTON (50026 “I Was a Fool”) $15-$25 / 1959

MGM 4-$6 $ Hero”) $3-$5 / 1982

Picture Sleeves

CUB (9022 “Sorry I Ran All the Way Home”) $5-$10 / 1990s

U.G.H.A. (17 “My Hero”) $3-$5 / 1982

EPs: 7–inch

CUB (5000 “Sorry, I Ran All the Way Home”) $500-$700 / 1959

LPs: 10/12–inch

CUB (CUB-8003 “Sorry, I Ran All the Way Home”) $250-$350 / 1959
(Monaural)

CUB (CUBS-8003 “Sorry, I Ran All the Way Home”) $450-$550 / 1959
(Stereo)


Impalas (2)

Singles: 7–inch

CORVET (1017/1018 “Why!”/”Gotta Girl”) $400-$600 / 1958


Impalas (3)

Singles: 7–inch

ECHO (6018 “Betty Jean”) $50-$100 / 1950s


Impalas (4)

Singles: 7–inch

BUNKY (7760 “I Still Love You”/”What Should He Do”) $10-$15 / 1968

BUNKY (7762 “Whip It on Me”/”I Still Love You”) $10-$15 / 1969

CHECKER (999 “I Need You So Much”) $5-$10 / 1961

SUNDOWN (115 “Lost Boogie”) $5-$10 / 1959

20TH FOX (428 “Last Night I Saw a Girl”) $10-$15 / 1963


Impalas (5)

Singles: 7–inch

BO (001 “Raincheck”) $10-$20 / 1962


Impalas (6)

Singles: 7–inch

WHITTIER (506 “Come on Up”) $5-$10 / 1967


Impalas (7)

Singles: 7–inch

CAPITOL (2709 “Speed Up”) $50-$60 / 1969


Impalas (8)

Singles: 7–inch

ELAART (3001 “Great Pretender”) $4-$6 / 1975


Singles: 7–inch

RED BOY (113 “When You Dance”) $10-$20 / 1966

RITE-ON $10-$15

STEADY $10-$15


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