1961 Chevy Impala Bubble Top. This Chevy is a nice Mid-Western car finished in Ermine White, with a custom red and white interior. The inside of the trunk is finished off, and carries on the same theme as the interior. There are custom toneau covers that go under the hood, when you are at car shows. This car was built to drive. Its powered by a 348 chevy motor, and 4-speed transmission, which sounds amazing through the exhaust, which exits in front of the rear wheels. Its got upgraded tubular control arms, Stainless Steel power front disc conversion, and heavy duty sway bars. All of this make this 61 a dream to drive. This car runs, and drives great, and is ready for a new home !! Call Today !! 978-846-2783
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