- Offered from a private collection
- Finished in Azure Aqua over Marine Aqua
- Powered by 327 cu. in. V-8 engine; automatic transmission
- Equipped with power steering and brakes
For 1963 Chevrolet offered the widest range of models in its history, highlighted by the top-of-the-line Impala. The Impala was available in six different body styles which included sedan, sport sedan, sport coupe, convertible, six-passenger station wagon, and nine-passenger station wagon. Impalas featured a variety of power-train combinations including an inline six or a variety of V-8 engines. Available transmissions included the three-speed manual, four-speed manual, overdrive automatic, or the new Powerglide automatic. Rear axle selection allowed further customization with 3.08:1, 3.36:1, and 3.70:1 as available gear ratios. A plethora of colors and options allowed customers to further customize their purchase. The combinations were nearly endless.
This beautiful example is finished in Azure Aqua over Marine Aqua. It features dual side-view mirrors and curb feelers and rides on thin whitewall tires mounted to steel wheels with factory wire wheel covers. The Impala is powered by a 327 cu. in. V-8 which is paired to an automatic transmission. Power options include steering and brakes. The interior is trimmed in matching Aqua, with plastic covers protecting the front and rear seats. It features a clock, radio with rear speaker, and under-dash tissue dispenser. The trunk houses a spare and tire tool. The car is accompanied by 1963 Chevrolet Owner’s Guide and Owner Protection Plan manuals. It was purchased by its most recent owner from a schoolteacher many years ago. This Impala, finished in its original colors and nicely optioned, is a wonderful example of Chevrolet’s top-of-the-line model for 1963.
First choice for full-size fashion. ~ The 1963 Chevrolet Impala