1960 Chevrolet Impala, sold new in Ohio, previous owner states car retains original MATCHING NUMBERS on engine and transmission. Approximately 500 miles since RESTORATION! The 283ci V8 was rebuilt in 2013, as well as the matching Power Glide trans and rear axle. During the restoration, the engine block was polished, dipped and stuffed with all NEW internals and then balanced. Engine stamp code “D” lists this Impala’s 283 motor with 170hp, a 2 barrel carb and Power Glide transmission. Original carburetor was also retained and rebuilt. Mechanical upgrades added during restoration were a Borgeson steering box with 12:1 ratio, true dual exhaust with FlowMasters, electronic ignition, new front suspension and new brakes. BODY improvements: The restoration consisted of new quarter panels, a driver’s floor pan and beautiful black base coat clear coat finish. All chrome was removed, polished and reinstalled, including original trim and emblems whenever possible. The body shows very well and removable rear wheel skirts are factory fit. Polished hubcaps are installed over steel wheels and are fitted with white-walled radial tires. INTERIOR: Seats are black and white vinyl with hounds tooth cloth inserts and appear newly redone. Dash retains original radio, gauges, steering wheel and polished bright-work, all of which are in very good condition. Carpeting and headliner also appear to be new. This is the last year of the 1st generation Impala, already restored and ready for your collection. 500 Miles on restoration.