Classic 1966 Chevrolet Impala Convertible with a fresh coat of
paint which makes the car shine and show well. 283 paired with a
powerglide automatic transmission. pretty stock looking, stock
wheel covers. Interior Vinyl and automatic on the coloumn. The top
is black and free of holes and tears, very good looking top. We did
notice that the previous owner had not reinstalled some of the
weatherstrip, so you can either do it or just ask us for a quote
too. The car is a great running and driving Impala, came out of a
longer storage but after doing a little carb and brake work she
runs out pretty well. Power steering, power top, and just an all
around great cruiser.
Give us a call at 507-386-1726 or email "email@example.com" to inquire about this vehicle.
TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE
•••MN residents are responsible for tax, license and title procurement fees. Out of state buyers will only have a $100 Title Procurement fee, no tax or other fees charged.•••
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