We are very happy to now be offering this very original and beautiful 1960 Chevrolet Impala Sedan. It has been locally owned for over 13 years and gently used and carefully maintained for its entire life. 1960 was the second and last year of the second generation Impalas that were made from 1959 to 1960. This car retains its original 283 V8 backed by the Power glide automatic transmission. The original radio is not installed, but it is included. The car is finished in its original green on green color combination. The car runs and drives great attesting to its easy life and great attention to maintenance. All the chrome and bright work is stunning and add to the beauty of this car. The styling is classic and undeniably that of an Impala of this era. This unique styling has helped to increase the demand and subsequent value of these cars over the last couple of years. The market has shown increasing strength for nice examples like these with dealers and auctions alike. This will be a very nice original example that you will be able to be sure to enjoy and yet feel secure in your investment. Most just haven't survived the years like this fine example. Originally offered at $19,900. Now offered at only $16,900. Schultheis Garage & Classics 410 W Fayette Ave Effingham, IL 217-342-2406 www.sgccars.com
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