1968 Chevrolet Impala396 V-8 Engine with 325HP- RebuiltTurbo 400 Automatic Trans143,618 milesPower steeringPower front disc brakes15-inch rally wheelsA/C car needs condenserBrand new convertible black top with glass back windowBrand new radial white wall tiresBlack interiorFront and rear seats reupholstered and carpets have been replacedThe body has been stripped to bare metalMinor bodywork repaired, rust in quarter panels and rockets repaired with metal patch panelsPrimed with urethane primer and painted original color with basecoat/clear coat urethaneTrunk carpet replaced2 owner Impala -This car was bought new by previous owner who had car for 45 yearsThe engine code at rear of engine matches the correct engine for the car.Drives very well - Starts and runs fineTop works fine with no issuesBumpers need re-chroming but look fineThis car equipped with 396, a/c and disc brakes is quite a rare combination and is a great driver. WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
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