Stk#111 1961 Chevy Impala Bubble Top Rotisserie Built Car Painted Red base coat, clear coat this body is straight and slick and a real beauty. All trim is new and polished out beautifully. Rocker panel moldings are polished. New driver’s side mirrors, new door handles, new emblems, new gas door trim, new tail lights, front & rear bumper has been re-chromed. Bumper guards re-chromed, new front bumper rubber bullets, new headlights, wiper arms polished. Front & rear window moldings are polished. New drip rail moldings, all new glass. New window rubber and felt, new door rubber, new hood rubber, new trunk rubber, rear antenna, vent windows, all new rubber gaskets, new front & rear coil springs, new tie rod ends. New rear control arm bushings, new Idler arm, new Tie Rod sleeves, new upper ball joints, new outer tie rod ends. New lower control arm bumpers and uppers. New upper and lower control arm bushings. New lower ball joints, new rear axle bearings, new rear axle seals. New front disc brakes. New rear brake shoes, new rear brake hardware kit, new rear wheel cylinders, new pinion seal, new rear pumpkin gasket, new shocks, new brake lines and fittings, new fuel line, new windshield corner drain seal. New vent assembly stop, new windshield rubber, new back glass rubber, new vent weather strip, new 1/4 window channels, new 1/4 window straps, new inner window seal, new upper body moldings, new trunk moldings, new lower 1/4 moldings, new left and right wrap around 1/4 moldings. New 1/4 Y moldings, new door moldings forward left and right, new left and right fender moldings, new wiring harness. New A-arm splash shields, new license light, new Rocker panel clips, new body mount and bolt kits. A real beauty to see! The interior is a bench seat in gray cloth with white vinyl inserts. The dash is painted inside and gray with gray column and steering wheel that all look like new. Automatic on column, all dash trim looks great, white headliner and sun visors, rear view mirror, Gray & Black carpet, sill plates, gray door panels, gray arm rest. The package tray is gray with carpeted gray floor mats. Gray kick panels, brake pedal rubber, gas pedal all look new. Heater box bead blasted and repainted, new door light switches. Custom Auto sound radio. Looks beautiful inside. Powered by a 283 rebuilt engine, Automatic Powerglide transmission, new converter, new water pump, oil filter, fuel pump, radiator hoses, plug wires, thermostat, plugs, gas filler grommet, firewall pad, voltage regulator, horn relay, car kit, choke stove kit, battery cables, battery tray, column seal, exhaust manifold studs, transmission lines, exhaust valves, dual exhaust, radiator, power brake booster and master cylinder, belts and hoses. Stock exhaust manifolds, frame sandblasted and painted black. Fenderwells blasted and painted black. Firewall is painted red to match car. Runs great and handles great! Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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