1959 Chevy Parkwood Wagon

1959 Chevrolet Impala Parkwood for sale in Medford, Oregon, United States

Item location: Medford, Oregon, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Type: Wagon
Trim: Parkwood
Year: 1959
Mileage: 105,654
VIN: d59l112382
Color: Turquoise & silver
Engine size: 350
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Chevrolet Impala 1959

I bought this car around 2007 from California. Its been garaged ever since in Oregon. It needs finishing but I daily drive it just the way it is.Good:Rebuilt 350 bored .060 over with receipt, turbo350 transmission re-gasketed, edelbrock carb and intake, hei distributor, all new rebuilt front end (ball joints, bushings etc), 605 power steering conversion, disc brakes (power booster included but it felt spongy with it so I took it back out), new upholstery on front seat, new carpet mostly installed, new floor pans in all foot wells, new functional lake pipe style exhaust, new radiator, new alternator, new starter, new water pump, new fuel pump, new fan clutch, new coil springs front and rear, original rear seat upholstery, removed the padded dash, new wiring 90% done (extra circuits coiled up, didn't want to remove them completely), new headlight adjusters, new door seals, B&M ratchet shifter, original radio did work but it is not currently hooked up, rear window rolls up and down, rear seat folds flat, OE gas gauge works, speedo works but very inaccurate, temp works, oil psi works, gas tank cleaned out, new fuel pick up/sending unit installed.
Problems/Needs:I removed the heater in anticipation of a vintage air unit, original heater core leaks but is included.Wipers haven't been hooked back up yet but I suspect the motor is frozen on it.Crack in windshield, I have new windshield rubber still in the bag but it needs a new windshield installed with it.Rear wrap around window has crack but there is a spare although its only in OK condition.Bias ply tires are old and tired, they don't handle well.Needs headliner and door card upholstery work.Paint is ok but its a $3000 Maaco job from 2005, some bubbles and scrapes but still shows good enough for a driver. I've never buffed it so honestly I think it could look pretty decent with some elbow work. Touch up paint included.Trim overall decent for a driver but not great, bumpers are a little scraped up, other pieces could use refurbishing and replacement. Extra set included although it is worse than what is on there.Rear pinion seal leaks a little as does the dipstick tube for the th350. The rest of the transmission has new seals.No seat belts.
Overall, I drive this car daily around town and have no problems with it other than what is mentioned. Fun ride with plenty of power, gets tons of looks.

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