Chevy has gotten a lot of things right over the years, but one of their best creations has to be the 2 door 65 Impala. �Every line on the car flows together and makes it look like the car is moving when sitting still. �It looks great from every angle which isn't always the case with cars from this era. �This particular one came with a 283 V8 and 3-on-the-tree manual transmission - both of which are still in the car and running well. �The interior has been redone with teal and white leather seats and a CD player in the dash. �It needs a few minor things but is a running driving car that you can drive between tweaks.� Whoever ordered this car didn't spen a lot of money on upgrade but sure did do a good job taking care of it. �The car is solid and has very minor surface rust in some areas. �The frame is rust free and the common places - trunk, wheel wells, fenders - are all solid with no rust. �This would be a great car to save and finish restoring or resto-mod with an LS swap and modified suspension. �You really can't go wrong! �Financing is available and trades are welcome, lets make a deal! �#horsepowermatters
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