We love a classic like this 1969 Chevrolet Impala convertible.
After all, few cars combined full-sized comfort, V8 power, and
drop-top fun. That's why we always pay attention to compete and
distinct examples like this one.
The '69 Impala seems like where it all came together. It was the
ideal mix of well-creased lines while still delivering some Coke
bottle curves in the fenders. And bumper design was at its height.
The front one encircles the whole front end like a muscle car, and
in the rear, it's an integral part of the design while also
incorporating the Impala's hallmark triple taillight arrangement.
So this car has plenty of distinction even before you see the red
convertible top against the silver paint. There is room for
improvement in the overall presentation. However, when a full-size
classic convertible is this clean and complete, right down to the
Rally wheels, it's already quite impressive - especially at this
The power convertible top makes it easy to switch between enclosed
motoring and a wind-in-your-hair experience. And the red interior
means you get the same outstanding color combo with the roof on or
off. Two rows of seats in this full-size classic offer plenty of
room to spread out. The red was an update later in life, and so the
seats, door panels, and carpeting have a particularly well-done
look. But this also still has the best features present for a good
cruiser. For example, the dual spoke steering wheel is mounted on a
tilt column, there's plenty of classic wood-like trim, and all the
controls are laid out in a driver-oriented fashion. This was even a
factory air conditioning convertible (it will need servicing to
return the functionality.)
The fender callouts say 327 because that was the popular small
block of the time, but there's a bit of a secret under the hood.
While the engine bay has a very stock look, it actually contains a
larger and younger 350 cubic-inch V8. The motor inhales deeply with
an upgraded Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a
sweet sound generated through the dual exhaust. A premium Chevy
convertible like this was built for cruising, so you'll enjoy
features like the Powerglide automatic transmission, and power
This is the kind of distinct drop-top you get to enjoy today, and
it leaves room in the budget so you can plan for all the
improvements that give it your personal touch. So if you love a
distinct classic at a value price, don't miss this deal. Call