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1959 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

Year: 1959

Make: Chevrolet 

Model: Impala Convertible

Mileage: 89,799

Exterior Color: Roman Red

Interior Color: Red

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Roman Red
283 CI
4-Barrel Carburetor

Points Ignition
3-Speed Column Shift with Overdrive
Dual Exhaust
Manual Drum Brakes
Manual Steering
Power Top
Tinted Windshield
AM Radio
Dual Rear Antenna
Dual Outside Mirrors
Trunk Mat
Continental Kit
Fender Skirts
Wide White Bias-Ply Tires
Dash Speaker
2-Speed Wipers
Full Wheel Covers with Spinners
Front Bumper Guard
Correct-Style Carburetor
Correct-Style Generator
OE-Style Radiator with Shroud

Walk-Around  & Drive-By

About  this car

The year 1959 was the absolute zenith of bodacious fins as a key element of American car design. General Motors, in fact, owned the bragging rights to two of the more outspoken looks among them. Of course, the 1959 Cadillac is a long-standing king of Finsville, and the new-for-’59 Chevrolet Impala also went big on wings. Among Chevrolet enthusiasts, 1959 is a favorite model year stylistically; the Impala is often the chosen model, with the convertible clearly being the most sought after and stylish body style. Put all that together with the new 348 CI W series V-8 that appeared just a year earlier and you’ve got everything needed to be fine in ’59. The mega fins look even carried over to the new Chevrolet El Camino that year, as well as the station wagon models.


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