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vehicle. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have,
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with the most detailed description of the vehicle.
The Impala Was Chevrolet's Most Expensive Passenger Model Through 1965, And Had Become The Best-Selling Automobile In The United States.
Impala Features Included Wide Lower, Bright Bodyside Moldings (With Rear Fender Extensions), Bright Wheelhouse Moldings, Bright Rear Cover Panel Trim And Triple Unit Taillamps.
Gorgeous Solid Rust Free Southern Car, Check Out The Photos Of Floorboards And Inner Rear Quarters Very Nice Solid Details..
Features On This Car Include:
Super Nice And Healthy Running Chevrolet 454 ci V8 Engine Block Casting # 14015445 Badged With 427
Demon Dual Feed Carburetor Atop Aluminum Intake
4 Speed Manual Transmission
New HURST Competition Plus Linkage
New Bell Housing
New Pressure Plate
Power Disc Brakes (Front) With Adjustable Proportioning Valve
Dual Chrome Side Mirrors
Auto Meter Gauges (Tachometer, Oil, Water & Battery)
New Flowmaster Dual Exhaust
Factory Air Conditioning (Disconnected) Easy Conversion To Modern Day Setup...
Custom Autosound In Dash Stereo With IPod Connections
Great Looking Shiny Ermine White Paint
New Front And Rear Bumpers
Very Clean Stock Black Vinyl/Cloth Seat Interior
Very Nice Padded Dash Pad
Front And Rear Seat Belts
Blackwall Radials On American Racing Wheels
PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO VIEW THIS CAR AS IT IS LISTED OFF SITE
This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . .
Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation / Financing Available
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