DESCRIPTIONDrop top fun ... Gorgeous Metallic Red finish ... Buckets and center console ... 327 CID V-8 ... 3 speed automatic ... Dual exhaust ... The Chevrolet Impala convertible was General Motor's top selling convertible in 1966, and it was not without reason. With 38,000 Impala convertibles sold, its clean lines and impressive performance proved popular with American consumers. Finished in eye-catching Red Metallic, this Super Sport-badged 1966 Impala convertible features matching bucket seats and a center console. Other features of this well-equipped car include power windows, power antenna, power brakes, power steering and an AM/FM stereo with cassette. Its newer paint has a mirror-like luster that is further enhanced by its tasteful use of exterior chrome and brightwork that is in very good condition. Similarly, the interior, which is believed to be original to the car, is in very good condition, showing only minimal wear. A contrasting newer White power convertible top and American Racing chrome wheels complete the package. Under the hood you will find a 327 CID V-8 mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission. The car runs and drives as well as it looks. Further enhancing the driving experience are new tires, an updated front suspension and drilled and slotted power front disc brakes. Its dual exhaust system adds a satisfying note. A few items of note are that the power top is not currently functioning, and the power windows require some manual assistance to operate. In addition, the speedometer and gas gauge needles have a tendency to "float," and the rear center speaker is not currently working. Also, the keys for the locking glove box and center console bin are no longer with the car. Although the car shows approximately 28,000 miles, total mileage is unknown. The most recent owner has enjoyed this car for the past two years, always ensuring that it was properly stored and maintained. The car benefits from a new starter that was installed in 2011. Interior restoration currently in process. Please call for current pricing. If a well-equipped convertible with plenty of eye appeal is what you desire, this 1966 Impala is for you!
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