This 1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible has been owned for over 20 years by a very meticulous owner, so you know that it has been very well taken care of. It has a smooth running 348 cu.in. original Tri-Power V8, 4 speed manual transmission with correct shifter handle, power Steering, power Brakes (aftermarket), power windows, and dual exhaust. The refinished original Roman Red paint goes perfectly with the excellent correct red cloth/vinyl bench seat interior and power assist white vinyl convertible top. This convertible has some other perks that include the correct original air-cleaner, factory heater and defroster, original AM radio, radial wide whitewall tires, deluxe factory spinner hubcaps, front seat belts, fender skirts, single rear antenna, and detailed trunk, mat and jack. This car has some California history, and also includes rare California one-piece Bumpers. The original generator, transmission and power steering components are included with the car. If an inaccurate automobile price is inadvertently listed on this Website, Ellingson Motorcars LLC reserves the right to NOT honor the erroneous price. For more information and a current list of vehicles, call Scott Ellingson @ 763-428-7337.
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