614 E. Auto Center Dr.
A coordinated color theme, nice upgrades, and the iconic bubble top look makes this 1960 Chevrolet Impala a very cool cruiser. And it only gets better with a Tri-Power big block that you control with four-on-the-floor.
Yes, this is the iconic and rare bubble top Impala. That skinny c-pillar and wraparound rear window is truly a spectacular package. Plus, wraparound chrome bumpers, jet-like trim rocketing up the sides, and the big tailfins with dipping "V" in the truck all add to this American cruising legend. But while that's part of the vintage appeal, this one seems to offer a bit more. The Burnt Orange paint is even more vibrant than the copper color the factory offered. And those wheels are a Chevrolet legend...just a much younger one. They are 3rd gen Camaro Z/28 alloys, but they are painted to match the color theme. So it's a cool way to indicate that there are some more upgrades within.
The pillar-less hardtop setup allows people to get a good view inside, and that's going to make you extra happy. That's because the full interior takes its cues from the exterior with terrific-looking deep orange tones. It really gives you the look a fully coordinated classic. You not only get this on the seats, headliner, and carpeting, and door panels, but even the steering wheel and shift boot follow the theme in this detailed build. So it's the kind of comprehensive package that you'll likely give a nickname (Orange Crush?) Because this full-size coupe is also meant to be a true cruiser, you get great upgrades. Under the dash is an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette for upgraded driving music, and there's even provisions for air conditioning (it looks like a newer installation, but it will need servicing to blow cold.)
Under the hood is Chevy's first big block. And more than just the legendary 348 cubic-inch V8, people are really going to marvel at the three bright air grabbers on top. It's the unmistakable appearance of the triple set of dual-barrel carburetors. This Tri-Power upgrade even has the classic Edelbrock finned valve covers to complete this the vintage street king look. The big block fires up strong, and there's even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep it running cool. The four-speed manual transmission shifts smooth to give you confident control over the whole package. Plus, out on the road, power steering and the upgraded tires provided by the updated wheel package keep this a fine cruiser.
A Tri-Power Bubble Top Impala with a four-speed is the kind of classic we all want. So you know you need to be first to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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