- Appears to be a frame-off restoration
- 348 cubic inch V8
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Code 900-A Tuxedo Black
- Code 873 Red and White interior
- Appears one owner from new up until 2008
- Original Delco warranty paperwork
Offered by Cars Remember When is this highly documented 1960 Impala
equipped with a 348 cubic inch V8, 4-speed manual transmission and
a beautiful Tuxedo Black paint over a red &white interior. This
car is absolutely gorgeous and runs and drives excellent. Highly
documented with original Delco warranty paperwork, and original
This appears as an original Tuxedo black car that was restored
beautifully. The body appears laser straight with a deep gloss
shine. All the chrome and trim is in excellent condition and the
fit and finish of the body panels are great.Restored red and white
interior is simply an amazing color combo and compliments the
Tuxedo black nicely.
Under the hood appears to be adate code correct 348 cubic inch V8
engine paired to a 4-speed manual transmission. Overall this Impala
is a beautiful automobile that was well-cared for all its life.
Highly documented and sporting the most desirable color combo to
date. CALL TODAY 720-465-5104
Engine numbers: (not verified by Cars Remember When)
- Casting #- 3755011
- Casting date- 9/28/1959
- Front pad stamp: T1007F
- October 7 assembly date
- 'F' is correct suffix for 348CID / 250hp w/ manual trans
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gallery and a video of the vehicle running.
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