At the beginning of the 1960s, most Americans thought it was the beginning of something great, the start of the Golden Age is what it was referred to as. What better way to kick of the Golden Age than by introducing the very special 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop 2-DR? First offered in the spring of 1961, this vehicle was very limited to the consumers. This particular vehicle however, has been fully restored, and is nothing short of the quality you would be paying for, had you been a customer in the spring of 1961. With a 348 Big Block Tri-Power engine, and a 4 Speed Manual Transmission you are getting your moneys worth in terms of performance with this vintage engine. In 2008 this Impala won 2 Gold Bowtie Boulevard Awards ranking a whopping 991/1000 in the first examination and an even better 992/1000 in the second. Forty-seven years later, this vehicle is still viewed as highly as it was whenever first manufactured, if not higher than before! Let us look further than just the engine. Let us stop and appreciate the very unique and different Seamist Turquoise exterior, accompanied by the even more unique Turquoise interior. To top it all off, it only has 40,436 miles on it believed to be accurate. So before you begin to think about the reasonable sticker price of $69,998, I would first like you to first picture yourself in 2017, driving to your destination. However, not just simply driving, but allowing yourself to experience the happiness of driving a vehicle that everyone desired whenever first released. Driving in such style, that other people envy you solely for the style you have. Just driving, to appeal to yourself, and letting go of the stress you may have, and just simply utilizing the performance, beauty, and class of this 1961 Impala.
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Well, sure, in the northern half of the U.S., the weather has turned winter nasty and the last things on the minds of the inhabitants thereof would be top-down cruising.