This is a fully restored 1959 Chevrolet Impala convertible with some very unique added features, and a fantastic restoration on a southern bodied beautiful car in the absolute best color combo. It is a small block 283 engine with tri power added, automatic transmission, power steering, updated power brakes added with dual master cylinder, power windows, air conditioning added, dual rear antenna's, and torque thrust wheels to top it off. Engine is detailed out with lots of chrome. has an expertly fitted cloth top in black to compliment the body and red interior. Exterior has beautiful black paint with super nice chrome and stainless throughout. Interior is done in a solid red, with much attention to detail. A great driving investment, that will draw a crowd anywhere you go.
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