1962 Chevrolet Impala $97,995
This 1962 Chevrolet Impala SS Tribute convertible has a great red-on-red presentation, solid big block V8 power, four-on-the-floor, and some cool SS-style upgrades. It all comes together for an iconic drop-top classic that loves to cruise.
Bright red paint is always the right choice for a cool classic convertible. It has a nice gloss and shine to showcase the lines of one of the most iconic Chevys of all time. It's an impressive car, just like the bright white convertible top and the detailed factory wheel covers. But they made this one into a Super Sport tribute because SS cars are the most fun to drive. So it's never too fancy to get out there and enjoy. The chrome bumpers, a full-width grille, and full-length trim with a machine-tuned insert all shine nicely for a quality classic appearance. And, of course, it's not an Impala without its hallmark three-taillight arrangement. You even have some nice traditional upgrades with polished headlight eyelids, dual exhaust tips, and dual aerials. The sale even comes with rear fender skirts. It's a total package that fits the stature of a rolling icon.
As much as we like the look of the white roof, it gets even better when you power it down to reveal the red interior. After all, there's just something extra cool about an iconic classic in a full red-blooded style. The fundamentals like carpeting, door panels, and dash have a clean look of good care. Plus, the seats look great with a correct-style pattern. There are even fun details like the color-matched convertible boot and the Delco AM radio still there for display. So you get the feeling of an actual vintage machine when you slip behind the classic dual-spoke steering wheel. And as you grab the Hurst shifter and spot the tach mounted on the steering column, you also feel like this was done to be a proper cruiser.
Under the hood is a period-correct 348 cubic-inch V8. The bold orange block and polished pieces radiate from within all the clean black components to give this a well-kept look. The V8 is topped with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. It gives you a bit more of that 409 feeling that you see on the badges.) Plus, details like the aluminum radiator, power brakes, and glass pack-style dual exhaust add to an upgraded cruiser feeling. And we bet you'll love the control that comes from the four-speed manual transmission.
This is a full red Impala with an exhaust note that gets your enthusiast's heart pumping. So if you love a memorable drop-top cruiser, don't miss this deal. Call now!