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1972 Chevy Impala Convertible, project car needing full restoration, has original? 350 engine, car runs and yard drives, tranny shifts fine, engine runs good, brakes work to some degree, has front bench seat, convertible back seat and door panels, no front door panels, has rear panels, complete conv rack, has side glass, front window broke out, needs several floors pans replaced, has 2 holes in frame on divers side, pass side frame is good, we have another 71-5 big blocy frame section were cutting and including with car so next owner can repair this frame, Car has NO title, has vin and body tag in place, you will have to get a title in your state , we are selling as parts car with NO TITLE.. $3900 firm, AS IS, NO offers, NO trades, call 330-722-5835 days
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