1963 Chevy Impala 2 door hardtop, car rolls and steers, NOT a driver, has original? engine and glide auto tranny..has front bucket seats out of something? has original back seat, I do have a trunk full of side trim and trim pieces, no front window, good frame, body has some rust but is not bad, brake master cylinder missing, $1700 has clear title, vin tag was taken out and lost by previous owner, state re issued another but that was lost as well, state will re issue another but costs about $100 and takes 3 months, we are selling as is for $1700, call 330-722-5835 days
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