If you are in the market for a 61 Bubble Top this is the car for you. The price has just been reduced 10K from $40,000 to $30,000 you will not find a better car for the money. So if you're looking for that cool classic car to cruise around next year at an affordable price this is the one for you. An original California car, clean, straight with a good fit all around. Deals like this don't happen often.
This beautifully restored 1961 Impala Bubble Top is truly one of a kind. With the exterior paint Cadillac White Diamond, The Turquoise - Green dipping V spear on the side and the Green hue of the glass all look stunning together in this masterfully done color scheme. But more than the paint this car leaves a striking impression with the chrome. The front and back bumpers and grill are flawless and the Boyd Coddington wheels really set things off. The car is powered by a 496 Big Block, a TH 400 transmission and a Ford 9" rear end with a Hotchkis sports rear suspension. Besides the iconic elements of this Impala the wrap around glass, gun sight fender ornaments, the dipping V on the side and the cool tail lights it has a few modern conveniences such as the AM/FM Stereo with a CD Changer in the trunk, Vintage Air Conditioning, Viper alarm system, Tilt steering wheel, 4 wheel disc brakes, electric fuel pump, electric cooling fan on the Griffin aluminum radiator, a serpentine belt system and a custom finished trunk.
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