1971 Chevrolet Impala Vinyl top
Optional A/C, PS, PB, Disc front, vinyl top, recently re-dyed. Second owner, 188,925 original miles, owned for last 17 yrs, garage kept 15, original numbers matching drivetrain, have original purchase paperwork, handbook and dealer literature. Vehicle has never been wrecked.Seats, headliner and vinyl top and paint redone circa late 80's, early 90's. Vinyl top is cracked but 100% still glued down, door and trunk rubbers are dried out and need to be replaced, headliner has one seam where thread dried out, car is in Yuma, AZ, and has been for 35 plus years, the heat gets to things. Water pump, hoses, belts, plugs, wires, cap etc., battery, master cylinder and front brake hoses, fuel hoses, HP motor mounts, trans mount, rear coil springs, trans filter, rear seal, trans fluid along with all other fluids done in last 1500 miles, also rebuilt front calipers. Brand new 235/75 R15 radials on American racing wheels. This car runs and drives like a dream, rides smooth. Probably the best rolling example of the great full size cars of the era, I'd drive this vehicle anywhere with complete confidence. A/C is still charged but theclutchcarrier bearing needs to be replaced, so I removed the belt.Great stereo, AM/FM Cassette w/4 speakers, old school, killer sound. This car is 99.25% rust free, a body and paint mans dream, the only visible rust is at the bottom of the vinyl top, but not much. I originally bought car for the drivetrain but when I discovered the true quality of the vehicle overall there was no way I was going to desecrate it. I'm also fond of all the old four door sedans and station wagons that survived the years, everybody has a 2 door something at the car shows but what draws my attention are the big cruisers. I also have a set of correct size steel wheels and the original hubcaps. It also has original spare tire, jack, etc. I'd prefer to keep this vehicle because it's great to cruise and rock out on those hot summer nights. Health issues are forcing a down size, too many vehicles.