Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is happy to present this
good-looking 1968 Chevrolet Impala in butter yellow & black on
black. We don't see very many 2-door Impalas... unless they are an
SS model. It is nice to see a clean coupe come in, and it is still
very much like the day it left the factory. This one sports the L30
327 4bbl 275 horsepower @ 4800 rpm and 355 lb-ft torque @ 4200 rpm
giving it plenty of get-up-and-go. A 3-speed Turbo Hydramatic
transmission gets the power to the rear wheels. It has power
steering, and a nice aftermarket air conditioning system. The
engine runs buttery smooth, and the ride is soft and predictable. A
nice daily driver, or take it to the next level as a restored car
or restomod. Either way, she is a nice base vehicle to leave as is
or make it what you want. These cars are a great platform stock, or
for an big block / LS conversion. Nice to have so may options. The
exterior looks good in the light yellow and black- a popular
combination in the 1960's, with the black vinyl top. It is simple,
with nice lines. Paint is an older restoration, but still looks
respectable. Inside, the wide split bench seat makes for a
convenient front seat, and combined with the rear seat, provides 6
passenger comfort. The inside is in good shape. Comfy and veery
spacious, and all Chevrolet!
1968 Chevrolet Impala
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