A cool-cruisin' 1963 Chevrolet Impala convertible always seems like a great idea. After all, serious style, V8 power, and room for everyone is the kind of droptop that always gets noticed. And as you dig deeper, you realize this is the one that has been cared for just the way you'd want.
This convertible has the kind of story we all look for. It has had the same owner for 30 years, and in that time, it has been driven less than 8,000 miles. This has been so lovingly cared for over the decades that it even received a bare metal professional restoration that was completed in 2002. And the mix of the right investments and the right care means the sheetmetal really retains a crisp and upper-class presentation. The factory-correct Ember Red preserves the added clearcoat luster and gloss that happened during restoration – proving that they took the time to prep and paint this correctly. Of course, chrome was king in the '60s, and this one retains all the best factory pieces. It includes the mirror-like bumpers, a full-width shiny grille, factory wheel covers, and surrounding the hallmark three-taillight arrangement. And don't forget to check out the details. The full-length trim has a ... Please ask for the full description.