For sale is a rare, two owner, 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS convertible. The 1963 Chevrolet Impala which
presented a fresh “Jet Smooth” design is one of the most sought-after models of the Impala, with its
pointed front and rear edges, aluminum striped rear, and a sunken instrument panel.
Noted as one of Chevrolet’s most historic vehicles, the Impala has been an American legend for decades.
Setting a standard in comfort and value, the Impala seemed to set the bar for the American muscle car.
The Impala was Chevrolet’s priciest passenger model through 1965 and became the best-selling full-size
vehicle in the U.S. Its success forced Chevrolet to separate it into its own separate model starting in
1964. In 1963 there were 82,659 convertibles produced.
This car has 93,522 original miles, and is equipped with the original 327 cubic-inch 250 HP engine, Carter
3500S 4 bbl, Powerglide 2-speed transmission, and includes the rare factory air conditioning, padded
dash, center console, deluxe seat belts, power windows, and power convertible top. The car came from
the factory painted in code 936 Ermine White, however, now it features a Pearl White finish, code 845
Aqua interior, White convertible top, and comes with the original wheels, fender skirts, and new
whitewall tires. In addition, there is a Kenwood sound system concealed in the glove box, with Focal
This highly desirable classic collector car is in very good condition both inside and out, runs and drives
exceptionally well, and has no drivability issues. The car is in the Seattle area and has a clean title. Asking
price is $45,500. Also, available for sale with the car is a full set of American Racing VN505 Torq Thrust D
polished wheels, shod with Toyo Proxes TFT225/60R16 and 205/55R16 tires for $600.
Let me know if you have any questions.
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