In 1963, Chevrolet completely restyled their full-size models. The
third generation Impalas were styled with more trim and a boxy
style. The Impala was the most expensive Chevrolet model through
1965 and was one of the top selling mid-sized cars in the US and
remained a best seller until the 1980s. A fun fact to note is that
the 409 Impala inspired the Beach Boys song 409 in 1962.This is a
very nice 2-door hardtop Impala with a very straight and solid
body. The white paint is in good condition. All chrome and trim is
original but still looks new! There is no hazing and no signs of
wear. Car comes with the original set of wheel covers as well as
the ones in photos.The blue bucket seat console interior is the
original and it presents in above average condition. There are no
tears or rips and all interior trim is excellent.Engine is the
turbo fired 409 CID/425 HP with 2-4bbl carburetors. The
transmission is the 4-speed manual trans with floor mounted shifter
(factory option). Engine starts and runs with great ease.Rear end
is the posi-traction rear with the 3:08 gear ratio.This Impala was
purchased new in West Virginia. It came from the factory with
tinted windshield and the SS package. Prior owner only put around
100 miles on the car and this owner has put around 100 miles on the
car as well. Mileage is 74,528 believed to be actual miles.This
Impala is located North of Charlotte NC. It is available for
viewing by appointment only.
1963 Chevrolet Impala
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
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