1962 Chevrolet Impala Convertible 327 special ordered 300hp 4speed transmission all original with black top black interior black paint tons of options power windows seats trunk and bumper guards front and back door guards both sides gas tank guard padded dash tachometer Day or night mirror ,passenger mirror, seatbelts and many other options 68k miles on motor never rebuilt floor pans were replaced in the 80s car only has surface rust Comes with extra rear windows The Chevrolet Impala is an iconic car of the 1950s and 1960s. Stylish, and spacious the Impala was instantly recognizable, and could be ordered in a variety of body styles and engines
This 1962 Impala convertible retains its original 327/300h.p. powerplant connected to its 4 speed gearbox. This 327 (built on February 19thof 1962 at the Tonawanda plant) runs well and propels the car down the road at a very satisfactory speed. Fitted with a Posi rear from the factory, and discreet side exhaust, this is a very enjoyable Impala The Fisher body, built at Framingham MA plant, retains its original color combination of tuxedo black (code 900) over black interior (code 814). The interior is very tidy, with seats in wonderful condition, accented with white piping.
The gauges are all in good condition, with modern period correct radio fitted, and CD player hidden in the glove box dashboard trim is free of any rips or tears, and the glove box trunk release functions as it should. Sun visors are in g condition, as is the rear view mirror with "day" or "night" tab.
The black tonneau cover is wonderful condition, as is the matching black top. The top raises and lowers without an trouble, and has a clear rear window. The body overall is free from any nicks or dings, showing only some wear und drivers door. Two small dents the size of a dime are shown, and can be removed without great effort.
Walking to the rear of the car, the Impala script shows well as does the gas door trim. The iconic Impala rear end is t and trunk