1969 Chevrolet Impala Convertible. It has its original 327 motor and a 2-speed power glide automatic transmission with the horseshoe grip floor shift. 13000 miles on its rebuilt motor. Factory bucket seats and a very nice console. It has always been garaged until now. I do have it covered with a car cover.
Here is what my car has. Brand new top installed, new interior carpet, new bucket seat backs and seat surrounds, brand-new rear quarter panels installed and finished, (small abrasion on drivers side) Nos rear tail panel installed and finished, NOS door skins installed. Doors, (exterior of the) hood, and fenders in white epoxy primer. NOS front passenger fender, NOS wheel well molding’s, new starter, new alternator, new windshield, new transmission lines, new fuel lines, new windshield wiper motor, new complete engine harness, new power steering hoses, new gm correct labeled radiator hoses, rebuilt carburetor, new ignition switch, new headers, new exhaust system, new trunk floor 10 years ago. New window fuzzies included but not installed on the car. I’m sure I missed additional parts I have purchased over the years.
Everything I have that is for that car is included. The engine compartment is detailed. I have spent at least $37000.0 in the 35 years I have owned it between parts and body shop fees. Everything I have is included, If the door gaps don’t drive you nuts, drive it like it is. The door gaps on the doner body are perfect. The doner body comes with a title and the Protecto Plate cards. I have the parts to rehab the additional body/rust issues. Everything I have is included. There is everything needed to make one spectacular car. I am too old to start over. My car comes with a bill of sale. I never intended to sell my car.
A local restoration shop did shoddy welding/installation of desert valley rust free parts for me that required me to hunt for an additional body (because I don’t like the door gaps). I was told that the door gaps are as good as it gets. 5 people including myself attempted to sue the offending restoration shop’s owner. He caught wind of what we were attempting to do, and declared bankruptcy/went out of business. No dreamers or joyriders, if you don’t have the cash, please don’t waste my time.
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Location: Salem, New Hampshire, United States