Does GM still make the Impala? Quickly heading to duckduckgo to answer that question...no, the last Impala limped off the assembly line in 2020 and it hasn’t yet been reborn as an electric crossoverpod. But, with over 60 years of production and 10 generations there are plenty of Impalas roaming around the streets and you wouldn’t have wanted to buy a new one anyway. What you want is an Impala from the 5th generation (1971-1976) when it was the top selling Chevrolet and performance came via big block V8s and gas was $0.17 per gallon. Find this 1973 Chevrolet Impala bidding for $13,500 reserve-not-met with 2 days to go located in Boise, ID via ebay.
From the seller:
This is a 2 owner 1973 Chevrolet Impala Custom 2 door hardtop coupe. It has 24,692 original miles. It is fully documented with all original paperwork from when it was purchased. Have service records also. This is all original with some nice factory options. Some of the options include air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, power locks, tinted glass, deluxe seat belts, dome reading light remote control mirror, door guards, deluxe bumpers and bumper guards, ect. This car runs and drives good. Everything seems to work fine. It it equipped with the original matching numbers turbo fire 350/350 4 barrel engine and the TH350 automatic transmission. This car has all the original metal and is solid. Still retains its original code#60 light copper metallic paint. Which is very good original condition. Does have some scratches and chips. Nothing major. Has one area of paint that is bubbling on the passenger side lower front part of quarter panel. Has the original trim code#818 light neutral vinyl interior. Which is great original condition with no rips. The dash has No cracks. The steering wheel has No cracks. This is a very nice original survivor. Has new white wall radial tires and brakes. All fluids are new. All glass, trim, bumpers, ect are in good condition. If you have any questions or would like to know the buy it now price please give us a call
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