59 CHEVY 1959 Chevy Impala 2dr Hardtop Sport Coupe
Oregon car taken completely apart and restored from inside to outside and is completely rust free. All body parts restored to original or remade if not restorable. All mechanical parts replaced if not functioning at 100%. I am the second owner of this car and it has always been kept in a heated dehumidified garage. The original owner placed clear plastic covers on the upholstery and they are still in place - so the interior, including the headliner, is all original ( excepting the carpets). I have 356 photo's of the various stages of restoration and am happy to connect possible buyer with restorative body shop. This car has an original 348cubic inch engine completely restored and sports a 4bbl carburetor. The car also has original power brake and power steering systems. Priced at $59,950.
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