This Impala has a 307 v8. Motor is most likely stuck. Been
sitting for several years. No title.
Please call with any questions. I have 23 photos of this car listed. Please look thouroughly through the ad for all the photos.
This car is being sold in as-is condition. Please ask questions before purchasing. I would be happy to send more photos or answer any questions. I will assist in finding transportation after payment has cleared.
Please do not call asking for parts off whole vehicles. We are not a salvage yard. Parting cars leaves the guy who buys the whole car scrambling to find these parts that I sold. I will not do it!
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