The 1963 Chevrolet Impala was billed by General Motors as the brand's headliner car that offered an “eyeful of style and fleet appearance”. The '63 Impala was dramatically updated with all new sheet metal that provided the car a longer more substantial look. The Impala was offered in several body styles with four V8 engine options, including the powerful 409, which became a legend in its own right. The 409 was Chevrolet's “8-cylinder package of dynamite”.
This 1963 Chevrolet Impala convertible is the total package. Presented in its original factory color combination of Tuxedo Black exterior with red interior, this Impala maintains its original 409ci 340hp 4-barrel V8 engine tied to a 4-speed transmission. On the inside of the car, the Strato bucket seats and entire interior are in fantastic condition. Features such as the factory air-conditioning and dash mounted tachometer demonstrate how well-equipped this Impala was when delivered new. On the bottom, this Impala's dual exhaust system sounds tremendous, letting folks know that the “409” fender emblems are not there for decoration. Highly restored '63 409 Impala convertibles have become harder to find and this car is an icon that will continue to appreciate.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and unknown if original.