The iconic Chevy Impala, initially introduced for the 1958 model year, was a top-of-the-line Bel Air model. It featured a variety of powertrain options, including the Blue Flame six-cylinder and several versions of the 283 cubic-inch Small Block V8. The 1959 Impala got a complete restyling with batwing rear fins, revamped grille, and redesigned rear bumper.
This particular 1959 Chevy Impala convertible has undergone a comprehensive restoration and customization, boasting a stunning Inca Silver paint finish, custom EVOD aluminum wheels, and a Sonnenland canvas soft top. The silver interior features tri-tone cloth seat inserts, restored original gauges, and a Wonderbar radio modified with Bluetooth. The engine boasts a Custom Autotrend EFI unit, MSD ignition, stainless exhaust, and Wilwood disc brakes.