For sale in our Chicago showroom is a very original 1965 Chevrolet Impala. When it comes to classic cars they are only original once. This one is original from the convertible top down to the interior; even the carpeting and full rubber floor mats are original GM. From new this car has had only 2 owners both of whom kept this car indoors and never drove in the snow or rain. Under the hood is the original 283 Cubic Inch V8 that starts up and runs smooth and quiet. The green light indicator on the dash will indicate when the car is warmed up which is a feature that would come in handy even on modern cars. The ever-popular and very reliable Powerglide transmission shifts very nice and smooth and the power steering allows you to turn the steering wheel with one finger. This cruiser featured all of the creature comforts of the time including air conditioning and a power convertible top. The Impala has always been the flagship of the Chevrolet line and provided consumers with comfortable seating for 6 adults, a massive trunk for all of those picnic supplies or golf clubs and a soft and quiet ride. After over 50 years this car has survived amazingly and is ready for the open road. After having traveled only 38,021 miles this car has plenty of life for the next new owner. With so many restored cars floating around, a completely original example is hard to come by. Options include: Air-Conditioning, AM Radio, Power Convertible Top, Hub Caps, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, White Walls, and a Numbers Matching Engine and Transmission. Located in our Chicago showroom, this original 1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible can be seen including an HD video and pictures at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call (708) 444-4488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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