According to Danny B Howell, President of Late Great Chevrolet Association, Orlando FL. "This 58 two-door hardtop is one of the finest unrestored original 1958 Chevrolets in the United States! This vehicle has been meticulously maintained and even though it is an unrestored original, this Car could show in a restored class and still do remarkably well. The car is Equipped with a 348 engine Powerglide transmission. It has a push-button radio, accessory wheel spinner covers, power steering, power breaks and electric windshield wipers and washer and a very rare padded dash".
Tillman and teammate bought a 1968 Chevrolet Impala convertible with their rookie signing bonuses and the car, now restored, will be sold at Barrett-Jackson in 2019
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The Pick of the Day is a 1958 Chevrolet Impala coupe that the dealer says is “a totally rust free, all original, rare gorgeous survivor!”
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A special car for sale deserves a special description, right? The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, dealer advertising this 1961 Chevrolet Impala “bubbletop” hardtop was downright poetic.
Well, sure, in the northern half of the U.S., the weather has turned winter nasty and the last things on the minds of the inhabitants thereof would be top-down cruising.
There appears to be a Supernatural reason that the 1967 Chevrolet Impala has become the most searched for vehicle on ClassicCars.com.