By 1969, the Coke Bottle shape was out of fashion, so GM redesigned the '69 Impala. Emphasis was placed on making it appear larger although it maintained its 119 in. wheelbase. Wraparound bumpers helped with this. The "power vent" was eliminated to cut down on highway noise, and to increase high profit A/C sales. The ignition switch moved from the dash to the steering column, one year before federal regulation. This particular Impala is equipped with Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Brakes and a Power Top, and for power she has a strong running 327 V8 Engine. Overall, this is an absolutely beautiful classic that has been recently serviced and is ready to enjoy! For more information or to make an offer, give Austin a call at 863-226-8590.
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