Chevrolet Impala Hard Top 1959.psd
The 1959 Chevrolet Impala is a hard top convertible that was produced from 1956 to 1969. The car was designed by the legendary John Deere and was produced from 1958 to 1962. The impala was a popular choice among American and Canadian buyers, and was also produced in other models. These models were also redesigned for the 1960s. In the following years, the Impala continued to gain popularity in the United States, with production topping the Caprice's by 611,000 units. The 1959 Chevrolet Impala received a facelift in 1970, with new taillights and a more conventional under-grille bumper. The Bel Air Sport Coupe, which shared the same body and a similar grille design, was also available for Canadian buyers.
The original material on this car is loop-style. The interior is in excellent condition, and the instrumentation works just like the new '59 Chevrolet. The dash is made of molded plastic and is in very good condition. This car is a perfect example of the original design. The only difference is the color, which is very similar to the '59 Chevy. The chrome border is a modern touch, and the interior looks fantastic.
The original interior of the 1959 Chevrolet Impala is largely untouched. The original seat covers have been removed. The dashboard and gauges look like brand-new '59 Chevrolet. Even the instruments work as if they had been new for many years. It's hard to find any flaws with a '59 Impala. This is an exceptional car, and will enhance the value of your car.