This is a 1961 Impala Pro-touring flat top 2 door pillared sedan. It was only available in 1961 and was a very low production automobile, it was rarely ordered and a scarce collectible today. This car is a 2 door flat top with a single post not to be mistaked for the common 61 bubble top models. This car was built in Kansas City. The motor has been upgraded to a 383 stroker pushing 485 ground stomping horsepower. It is equipped with power steering, power brakes, 4-speed automatic with an in-line shift kit, custom exhaust, updated dash gauges, CD player, original red interior. This car has been restored to mostly original condition, with exception of some tasteful upgrades. The paint, chrome, and interior are in pristine condition and exemplify a very rare fun car to own and enjoy. for more info call Jordan at 612 290 9299
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