We recently came across this bad boy online, a 1966 Chevrolet Impala convertible that delivers an exceptional muscle car experience. An experience that is therefore yet, slightly different from some of the competitors in its class.
The Impala brand dates back to 1958. It is a true classic that car guys and Chevrolet enthusiasts absolutely live for.
The 1966 Chevy Impala is part of the Fourth generation (1965–1970) lineup which sold 38,000 vehicles in 1966. Making it the #2-selling convertible in the US at the time. Who was #1? Ford Mustang.
Now, this particular Impala is super clean and the interior and the convertible top looks great. The bright turquoise paint looks awesome bursting with great luster and a nice deep shine.
The classic emblems look crisp and sharp against the turquoise paint and the polished chrome gives it a nice eye-popping sparkle.
Furthermore, among many popular and unique features, the 1966 Impala SS is yet, also known for its revised grille. Also, the rectangular taillights that replaced the triple round units.
Additionally, the interior looks great free from and rips and tears. The engine bay is also very clean and tight with all the wires and cables neatly tagged and tucked away.
Here’s what Primo Classics International has to say:
“Gorgeous 66 Impala Top Notch Restoration, Power top, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, Bucket Seats, Center Console, New Paint, New Chrome, New 454 Crate Motor making big power running through an overdrive transmission.”
1966 Chevrolet Impala convertible is a legendary high-end Chevy and as you can see, this one is no different. You can thoroughly enjoy this classic at your local cars shows, cruise-ins or a nice summer night out on the town.
Photo’s: Primo Classics International