1962 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport This 2-Door hardtop is powered by a 355 V8 Jasper Crate Motor that was replaced in 2005Headers and Holley carb350 Automatic Transmission- also was replaced in 2005Stock rear end with 3:73 gearsPower Steering - Drum brakes front and rear Gorgeous Blue exterior shows very well and has only minor road blemishes in the paintThe Impala was repainted in 2000 and since has been very well maintainedAll exterior chrome is complete and in great condition and all lights are functioning properly Fender Skirts Blue interior is original Column shift - Heat/ DefrostNewer AM/ FM Cassette player located in the glove boxThis Classic Cruiser has won many awards / trophies and is ready to enjoyed with a new driver!Located in our show room WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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