I am selling it for a friend of mine, who is the third owner. Up for auction is a well-kept, well maintained, all-original 1966 Impala station wagon with only 53,000 original miles. This vehicle was purchased from a gentleman (second owner) in York, Pennsylvania who owned it for about 17 years. He always kept it garaged (like the first owner--who he knew well). It has never been driven in the snow and it shows. In fact, it appears that the second owner only drove it for about 8,200 miles in 17 years. This Impala has the dependable 283cid/220hp 4-barrel V8 engine, Power-glide Trans., Power Steering and a host of other factory options (listed below). Photos cannot the true beauty and originality of this timeless classic painted in the original color Ermine White with the original Artesian Turquoise interior. The floor pans, frame rails, and suspension are in excellent condition. It appears that the undercarriage has NO RUST/NO ROT. The overall condition of the body is very good (bring a magnet). All of the glass is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks. The windows go up and down freely and all the doors, including the rear tailgate, fit and shut securely. All of the pot metal, bumpers, bumper guards, storage rack, moldings, glass etc. are also in Very good condition. To bring it up to show condition, the interior door panels can be dyed and the left and right interior storage panels can be reupholstered. The dash also has some cracking and some of the seats are also torn, however, the steering wheel is not cracked. As you might expect for such an original car, 50 years of sunshine has faded some of the interior colors. I have contacted an upholstery shop and all of the work mentioned above can be done inexpensively. In my opinion, this is an unbelievable find and ranks well above the status of a routine, ordinary survivor. I would not hesitate to drive it anywhere. It has a clear title. Please come see and drive it for yourself. Drive it home! All of the factory accessories (like headlights, back up lights, cigarette lighter, wipers, horn etc.) work as they should. Those special factory ordered (extra cost) options include such items as: • 220-hp 283 V8 • Power Steering. • Soft-Ray tinted glass. • Bumper Guards. • Roof Luggage Carrier (superb condition). • Auxiliary chrome steps were mounted on the rear bumper at the factory for stepping up to the roof luggage carrier (a very rare option). • Outside rearview mirrors alongside the original antenna. • Chrome gas tank door filler guard. • Power operated rear window with 2 control switches in tailgate outside lock and on the instrument panel. • An additional electric switch with light is adjacent to third seat to lower window only. • Tissue dispenser. • Rear stowage compartment lock. • Full wheel covers. • Original spare, with original jack, jack base, etc. Classic station wagons, in this condition, are almost impossible to find these days! If you’ve been waiting for an original, rust-free wagon to come along then don’t let this one getaway; keep it original or customize it they way you want. You may not want to get it repainted. It’s really that good! Should you have any questions, please call Bill @ 410-271-6800.