Mileage 110, 409 cu / 360 hp V8 Engine, 4 Speed Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Top, Correct Tachometer, Correct and Complete SS Trim, a bargain at just $53.80 in 1961.
The SS Kit was offered on any Impala, it included Super Sport trim inside and out, chassis reinforcements, stronger springs and shocks, power brakes with sintered metallic linings, spinner-type wheel covers, and one of Chevy's earliest uses of narrow-band whitewall tires.
The dashboard gained a Corvette-type passenger grab bar and the steering column got a 7000-rpm tachometer.
1959 Chevy Impala
You are looking at a rare Electra 225 Convertible. What makes this particular model rare, is that it has factory air conditioning and front bucket seats. The amazing color combination of Black and deep Red make this a striking vehicle to see.
Powered by a 401 Wildcat, this car will get down the road exactly like it's engine is called, like a Wildcat. Enjoy the amazing lines and the longest swooping fins of the time, this is an amazing example of beauty and craftsmanship.