This All Original, Unrestored, *Highly Optioned* 1975 Chevrolet Impala 2-Door Sport Coupe is a *True Survivor* and still has its *Original Paint*, Interior, and CA Blue License Plates. 62K Miles. It has *Lots of Factory Options* and is Equipped with a *400 CI V-8 4BBL Engine*, Automatic Transmission,*Factory Air Conditioning, *Power Driver's Seat, *Power Windows, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Cruise Control, Rear Window Defogger, AM/FM Radio and More... **VIN# 1L57U5J228122 **Odometer reads 62,512 believed to be actual mileage. **This 1975 Vehicle is CA Smog Exempt **Has a Clean California Title and is Currently Registered through 2017. **This Vehicle Has Been Inspected and Drives Well. **AC & heater in this vehicle are not working. There's some rust under the vinyl top. **For More Pictures and Information Call Us or go to **ValleyClassicMotors.com** The advertised sale price does not include, tax, license, smog, and doc. fees, etc.for CA residents.
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