LOADED WITH POWER OPTIONSThis is a 1966 Impala convertible with a 350 engine that was rebuilt 7 years ago that now has approximately 2300 miles on it. Automatic transmission that was also rebuilt around the same time. The odometer shows 21,692 but I am unsure if this is actual miles - it may be 121,692.You'll notice in the pictures on the passenger side door there is a nickel size spot where the paint came off. Other blemishes include: paint bubble on the hood, front nose has a paint chip or 2 and the trunk lid has a tiny dimple where it looks like someone closed it on something. All of these blemishes should be visible on the photos. but i will have them touched up prior of new owners, The convertible top back glass is missing in the photo, (i also will be adding the back glass to the convertible top) The top is good other than the back glass at thye moment and a tiny hole on the passenger side.This car has cruise control, electric windows and seats, A/C, electric top (top pump and cylinders were replaced 5 years ago). A/C blows cold, It has new 15" tires with the original wheel covers.The car is a very solid driver, rides and drives very good. Previous owner has owned the car for 11 years, but really haven't driven it much, just worked to get it looking and running good.?there is no rust on frame or body. The front floor pans on the driver and passenger side has a small fiberglass repair that you can see in the pictures. When the carpet was replaced, the floor looked solid as a rock so he left it as it is. he mentioned to me that he never understood why the fiberglass was on the floor. Previous owner also had it painted 8 years ago and the paint is still in very good shape. I have the left over paint that will go with the car. I also have the original owners manual. I replaced the original carburator with an Elder Brock 4 barrel. Runs now alot better performance. This car is priced to sell quickly- So NOW what are you waiting for? Click "BUY IT NOW" and we can deliver this to your driveway ASAP! WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
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