Sunnyside Chevrolet of Elyria, Ohio in conjunction with Greg's Sports, Classic, & Muscle is proud to offer for sale this 1960 Chevrolet Impala two door sport coupe 348 V-8 with powerglide transmission.This car runs and drives great, just completed a 80 mile trip flawlessly combining highway and country roads. The paint is older but still very nice, finished in Roman red, some minor wear, chrome is good. The interior is redone as original and also very nice, no rips, tears, repairs. The carpeting is also factory correct. Currently running on a four barrel carburetor, we also have a factory tri-power setup ready to install if you prefer for an additional fee.Now for the numbers, vin number 01837N115949, 18 designates V-8 , 37 designates two door sport coupe ( Bubble Top ) body, N designates assembled in the Norwood, Ohio Plant. Next the cowl tag: 60 1837 = two door sport coupe, trim 873 = interior red and white, Paint 973-C=roof Ermine white, lower Roman red., the top is painted red like the lower-all info according to 60Impala.com and other sources.I know that only the 62 chevy is considered a bubble top however 60Impala.comp listed the 37 code as a bubble top. I know, don't believe everything you read on the internet. Enough said. Nice running and driving car, starts right up, stops true, lights, directionals, horn, radio all work. A pleasure to drive, you will receive smiles inside and outside the car and a trunk for a person that loves to shop.Additional pictures and video are available, please call (440) 365-7311 for more photos, information or to schedule a test drive.
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