Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1961
Chevrolet four-door Impala. The Impala name plate has been used by
Chevrolet on and off from 1958-2020. A full-sized passenger car
that became one of General Motors huge successes in the affordable
big car segment. The Impala successfully reinvented itself for an
astonishing ten generations. This 1961 Chevrolet is a third
-generation model built from 1961-64. Built as a 2-door, 4-door,
wagon and convertible. Visible differences on the 1961 were
straighter bodylines and the addition of more decorative trim. The
"SS" option also made its debut in 1961. This 1961 Chevrolet
four-door Impala is painted in Twilight Turquoise with an accenting
white roof and white inset side panels. American Racing five-spoke
alloys mounted on a set of Fire Hawk Indy 500 raised white tires
make quite a statement. The interior has been nicely redone in
matching turquoise. Nice chrome bumpers and dual sport mirrors add
to a sporty look. Under the hood is a GM 350 crate engine attached
to a four-speed manual transmission. Comfort features include power
steering, power brakes, factory AM radio and seatbelts.
1961 Chevrolet Impala
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