Buy This 1969 Chevy Impala Ss And Call It Your Own Internet Find

Classic cars aren’t exactly known for their reliability, so not many people are willing to blow a small fortune on one and drive it on warm weekends. But if you’re not afraid to get your hands dirty occasionally and possess the knowledge and tools to keep one alive, then you should check out the Chevrolet Impala SS pictured below.

Made in 1969, the same year when man walked on the moon and over 350,000 people attended Woodstock, it is a highly clean example that makes us think it underwent full restoration at one point. However, since the listing doesn’t mention anything about pumping new blood into it, we cannot be entirely sure.

The exterior paint finish is called Lemans Blue, and it is a shiny proposal perfect for driving on a coastal road, especially with the white vinyl roof. The car has the typical (for that era) chrome trim all around, including on the imposing grille bedecked by the SS logo in the middle. The double headlamps still illuminate the road ahead, and the Chevrolet lettering decorates the pointy hood. SS and Chevy logos can be seen on the trunk lid, and the taillamps are surrounded by additional shiny chrome.

Two tailpipes can be seen coming from under the car, which rides on classic wheels.Deemed as a highly-optioned example, this 1969 Chevrolet Impala has white leather wrapped around the door cards, seats, and other parts of the cabin. It comes with the original wood paneling and retains the era’s radio, albeit with a modern twist that allows the driver to listen to their favorite tunes on the go.Advertisement

From the dark gray carpets to the SS-badged thin steering wheel, everything looks great, so maybe we did nail that complete restoration process we talked about earlier. The ad also mentions stuff such as the power windows and even the factory air conditioning, so this old-timer shouldn’t allow its occupants to sweat during that short drive on a hot summer’s day.

Power-wise, it comes with the 427-cubic-inch motor, a 7.0-liter V8 engine that produced either 335 hp, 390 hp, or 425 hp back in the day. It comes paired with a three-speed automatic transmission that sends the thrust to the rear wheels. You won’t break any records in this 1969 Impala SS, but it won’t disappoint you every time you push the right pedal to the floor.

To do that, you will have to transfer the asking sum to the vendor, GarageKeptMotors. The ad reveals that you can make it yours in exchange for $54,900 and that it has only 4,264 miles (6,862 km) on the clock, so maybe we were right about that complete restoration. The question is, would you buy it for this sum?

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