- Written by webmin
How do we know station wagons are constantly gaining respect in the collector-car world? Well, let’s consider this 1965 Chevrolet Impala station wagon. Not only has it not been parted out for its 396, but it also appears to have been (minus the wheels and tires) faithfully restored, rather than beaten to death on the dragstrip or as a contractor’s car. It wouldn’t take much to return it to the factory grocery getter guise, either. From the seller’s description:
California car, 396/turbo 350 trans, p/q, power seat, A/C, tilt wheel, AM/FM factory radio, power rear window, 12-bolt rear end. Vehicle has been stripped to bare metal and professionally repainted. Many NOS parts and reproduction parts used in the restoration. Vehicle has a new correct color interior installed. New American mag wheels with new tires have also been added to the vehicle. Solid rust-free vehicle.
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