1961 Impala Convertible True Barn Find! Stored in a barn since 1974, this is 1 of only 1539 built in Canada. The car features the original numbers matching 283 with cast iron powerglide transmission. Engine turns over with the key, headlights/taillights, heater fan, horn, and dash lights works. One piece front and rear California bumpers and original windshield. Will need the Impala prone rust areas repaired (rockers, floor braces etc). The trunk is in quite amazing shape with very minimal work required. Price is delivered to SoCal area.
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