-- Correct 69 Impala tilt column in place of non-tilt
-- Repro sport steering wheel
-- Repro 15" Rally wheels in place of 14" steel
-- Improved radiator
-- Pertronix ignition/coil
-- Dynamat floor covering
-- Hidden Custom Autosound stereo under dash (original AM still in dash)
-- Custom stainless dual exhaust
-- 500 series power steering box
-- LED rear taillights with sequential turn signals

The car remains in excellent condition and is an amazing driver. The paint is 10+ years old and now shows some sanding marks and has a scratch around the trunk lock, but shines and shows very very well. The car now has just under 80,000 original miles.

The car is sold on a Bill of Sale as Georgia does not issue titles on this vintage. I have the original 1969 title which will accompany the car.

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5410 New Peachtree Rd. : Atlanta GA 30341

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1969 Chevrolet Impala

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Details

Stock #81046
VIN69imp
Year1969
MakeChevrolet
ModelImpala
TrimConvertible
Mileage
ColorSilver
Fuel
MPG City / Hwy
Engine
Trans
ConditionUsed

Description

1969 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

I purchased this Impala from the original owner in 2008 with just under 70,000 miles. Car was built at the Doraville GA assembly plant and never left a 30 mi. radius of the plant.

Documentation includes:
-- Build sheet
-- Protect-O-Plate on warranty pamphlet
-- Original dealer invoice
-- Original manuals and document sleeve
-- Service records

Factory options:
-- Power top w/glass rear window
-- Power Windows
-- Power Steering
-- AM Radio
-- Tinted Glass
-- 255HP 350
-- Clock

Never any rust on the car. As the owner was elderly when I purchased it, there were a few bumps and bruises, but none that required any panel replacement. As far as I know, the car wears all of its original sheetmetal.

IN 2008/09, we disassembled the car and did a frame-on restoration/refresh. It was repainted in Cortez Silver (69) and was originally Champaign (63). The interior was re-carpeted and it appears that the front bench seat was recovered as original before I purchased it. The front bumper was re-plated and the rear was polished. Suspension was refreshed, brakes rebuilt, etc. The original engine was re-built due to valve guide blow-by and motor internals were in excellent condition.

Some driveability and safety modifications made during the restoration:
-- Powerglide replaced with 700R4 OD trans
-- Disk front brakes in place of drums
-- 2" drop spindles
-- Correct 69 Impala tilt column in place of non-tilt
-- Repro sport steering wheel
-- Repro 15" Rally wheels in place of 14" steel
-- Improved radiator
-- Pertronix ignition/coil
-- Dynamat floor covering
-- Hidden Custom Autosound stereo under dash (original AM still in dash)
-- Custom stainless dual exhaust
-- 500 series power steering box
-- LED rear taillights with sequential turn signals

The car remains in excellent condition and is an amazing driver. The paint is 10+ years old and now shows some sanding marks and has a scratch around the trunk lock, but shines and shows very very well. The car now has just under 80,000 original miles.

The car is sold on a Bill of Sale as Georgia does not issue titles on this vintage. I have the original 1969 title which will accompany the car.

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