1960 ushered in cleaner lines for the top of the line Impala. Chevrolet reshaped and separated the “bat wing” tail fins and added 6 round taillights to the rear, a feature the car would become known for.
The 1960 Impala became the bestselling automobile in the US and continued to hold that position for the next decade. It did this by producing 511,925 total units.
Updated with a 350 V8 engine from a 1968 Corvette, 700R4 automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes and Vintage Heat and Air Conditioning. This coupe is eye-catching and fun to drive.