Stk#039 1961 Chevy Impala
Painted Purple Metal flake this car is straight and beautiful. All the trim looks nice, dual outside mirrors, door handles, rear window chrome, rear tail lights, grill and head light trim all look new. The front and rear bumpers are like new. Window felt and rubber look new. All the glass is like new. Chrome rims with baby moons, dual exhaust. This is an eye catcher.
All red interior with the exception of White head liner and sun visors. There are bucket seats in front with a custom center console. The back seat is all custom and all covered in new Red Velour. The door panels and arm rest front and rear covered in Red vinyl and looks beautiful. Red dash pad, the dash is painted Red also to match the interior. Package tray covered in Red velour with 2 speakers. A Red and Black GT Grant steering wheel, SunPro gauges mounted under the dash with Oil, Volts, Water. AM radio in the dash. SunPro Tach mounted on steering column, Vintage Heat and Air, Automatic on column. Nice inside.
A 327 engine with a 350 Transmission, headers, chrome air cleaner, Holley carb. Power steering, newer style power booster and master cylinder. Newer belts and hoses. Chevrolet Logo valve covers. Runs and handles good. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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