1970 Chevy Impala 454/475 h/p Big Block Convertible! Beautiful paint on this car....!
This car was recently restored and looks fantastic! Good looking car that gets a lot of attention!
There are other 70 Impalas out there but this one is priced right ....!
Equipped with a recently rebuilt Big Block 454/475 horsepower V-8 that runs excellent. Runs Strong with plenty of power. Dual exhaust sounds great -nice rumble and tough sound. New Edlerbrock 4 barell carb , power front disc brakes, Turbo 400 auto transmission, 12 bolt rear end ,power steering. Nice driving car with under 1000 miles since rebuild and restoration.
The interior is in excellent condition. All seats , dash , door panels , carpet etc very nice.
The paint is excellent on this car with superb shine and a high gloss finish! Doors shut tight and all panel fitment is nice. Solid trunk and undercarriage.
Power white Convertible top w glass rear window operates nicely and is in good condition. Chrome wheels mounted on new low profile tires look fantastic on this car and give it a nice stance!
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