All Original except paint job, 283 V8 4 door hard top. (NO posts between the windows) Interior is super immaculate 9/10. Paint, body lines, and condition is 8/10. Original Paint used with factory specs. Car originated from Atlanta Factory. 2 Owner.
This car runs and drive like new. If your not looking for a modified impala this is the one for you. Almost factory perfect. Everything works.
Imperfections: Small crack on front glass, a few moldings not perfect condition, and paint job was not perfect. However if it was extremely mint price would be $50K.
This year Barret Jackson sold a few 2 and 4 door hard top at from $30K -$78K.
These cars are getting rare in original condition. Many have been modified or changed completely.
Call me if you would like to see it.
thanks for your consideration
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