1966 Chevrolet Impala 4-dr. hardtop Sport Sedan.
California Car and one family owned since new. The man who brought the car to us says his aunt bought it new in San Franciso with a 58 Chevy trade in. In 1978 it went to Chino and had the aftermarket A/C added. In 1992 he brought it to Ohio. The car has always had dry heated garage storage. It is finished in the original Artesian Turquoise with matching interior. Later model Chevrolet rallye wheels have been added with white wall radial tires. Powered by the bullet proof Chevy 283 Ci / 195 hp. V8 with Powerglide automatic transmission and power steering and factory bumperettes. Work done in the past year includes; cab rebuilt, new brakes complete, transmission service, radiator and heater core with new hoses, and all new shocks. Don't miss this car we have not had one like it in a long time.
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