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1961 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

Year: 1961

Make: Chevrolet 

Model: Impala SS Convertible

Mileage: 400

Exterior Color: Tuxedo Black

Interior Color: Red & Ivory



348 CI Tri-Power V-8 engine
Correct Style Rochester Carburetors and Linkage
Correct Air Cleaner, Generator & Regulator
Harrison Radiator with Shroud
Delco Battery
Correct Hoses & Clamps
Points Ignition
Borg Warner 4-Speed Manual Transmission
OE Shifter
Stock Rear Differential 3.36 Posi
OE Exhaust Manifolds
Dual Exhaust with Correct Resonators
Power Steering
Power Drum Brakes
Windshield Washers
2-Speed Wipers
Dash-Mounted Compass
Hazard Flashers
AM Push-Button Radio
Dual Antennas
Litter Container
Tachometer with Transmitter
Power Windows
Power Seat
Padded Dash
Power-Operated Convertible Top
Remote Driver's Mirror
Front & Rear Bumper Guards
Trunk Lamp
Under-Hood Lamp
White Stripe Bias Tires
Spinner Wheel Covers
EZI Tinted Glass
Day/Night Mirror
Grab Handle
Hood Insulation 
T-3 Headlamps
Nail Guards
Seat Belts
Grille Guard
Guide Autronic Eye

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For 1961, Chevrolet again restyled its full-size lineup with new brightwork, revised nose and tail treatments and more to enhance the modern aesthetic. The Impala returned as the top-of-the-line model, offering a broad spectrum of comfort, performance, style and technology in one package. This 1961 Impala SS convertible reflects Chevrolet’s styling and marketing philosophy of the day very well, the black paint allowing the chrome and stainless to gleam and sparkle effortlessly while showing every curve, crease and nuance.

Powered by a 348 CI V-8 engine and a 4-speed manual transmission, it exhibits a muscular, racy, NASCAR edge, but an edge tempered with a lengthy roster of features and amenities that push it into the realm of 1960s luxury cars. The Impala coddles with a power-operated convertible top, windshield washers, AM radio, power windows, power steering and power brakes. The red interior is highlighted with textured and pleated seating surfaces, minimal white trim and aluminum elements that all contrast with striking presence against the black exterior, which is rounded out with twin sideview mirrors, dual antennas, front and rear bumper guards, chrome spinner hubcaps and whitewall tires.

When it debuted for 1958, the Impala took over from the Bel Air as the topline model and brought with it an entirely ’50s look that resonated very well. The new full-size Chevrolet sustained, once more, the image of a baby Cadillac with quad headlights, a full-width grille and an overall size dressed with stunning brightwork that created a presence like few others. It was a hit with buyers, despite a major recession hitting the economy, and it sold very well. This trend continued well into the future, with the Impala becoming one of Chevrolet’s most popular, enduring models.

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