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1975 Chevy Impala 2 dr hardtop, car has 22000 original miles, was stored last 20 years, car runs good, we are going over mechanical basics car stops starts runs and drives, tires are old and will need replaced before it could be driven anywhere, has a beautiful immaculate interior as any 22000 mile car would have, has 400 engine, AC, floors are very solid, trunk is very solid, no patches, no repairs to body, all original engine, trans and paint, interior, car will need new paint job to be nice, pits in some chrome but bumpers are good, 22000 mile car, $4500 firm
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