Oh, the splendor! ’59 Impalas exude heat, and this specimen elucidates why. This vehicle has undergone a body-off-frame restoration to its original factory grandeur, with some tasteful enhancements. Contrary to popular belief, that’s not an air ride; it’s an exquisite hydraulic system. Elevate it to standard height effortlessly, then drop it low for that extra cool factor. We transported this gem all the way from Sweden due to its exceptional allure.

EXTERIOR: The car’s aesthetic speaks volumes, leaving little need for verbose elaboration on its beauty. The Snowcrest white finish is meticulously polished, yet it’s the harbor blue that truly accentuates its appeal. It’s exquisitely adorned: featuring a continental kit, fender skirts with additional embellishments, door handle guards, dual antennas, bumper guards, and some intriguing mirrors I’ve seldom encountered. Every chrome and trim piece is immaculate and gleaming. The white convertible power top was restored, inclusive of the gloss black-painted framework. Naturally, the hydraulics allow for effortless height adjustment. The car rides on blue-painted rims with spinner hubcaps and radial white wall tires. And let’s not overlook the tailfins and cat’s eye taillights – simply iconic!

INTERIOR: The interior has been fully restored to its original factory condition. The multicolored seats even boast some chrome highlights. The door panels are so striking they could be displayed as art in an office. The blue and black speckled carpet was replaced, complemented by a set of reproduction floor mats. The steering wheel and dashboard have been restored to their former glory. It features a retro stereo in the original factory slot. Worth mentioning is the rare power seat.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Meticulous restoration is evident here. It houses a correct 283 V8 engine with all original components – manifolds, carburetor with a glass fuel bowl, valve covers, and air cleaner. The generator has been upgraded to an alternator. It includes factory power steering and brakes. Every detail is pristine: wires are neatly arranged, the battery is secure, horns are functional, and all metal surfaces are expertly painted.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: It’s enormous! Clean metal surfaces are painted blue. It accommodates the hydraulic system with its dedicated battery. There’s also a spare tire. The power top pump looks pristine.

UNDERSIDE: The vehicle underwent a body-off-frame restoration to a like-new condition. The suspension and steering were entirely rebuilt. A high-quality hydraulic system was installed for adjustable ride height with a dash switch. The factory drum brake system was fully rebuilt, and the e-brake is functional. The dual exhaust is neatly routed and features glass pack mufflers for that classic sound. The fuel system was replaced. Inspecting the engine reveals clean Chevy orange paint along with the correct canister oil filter, starter, and fuel pump. The 2-speed transmission was upgraded to a 700R-4 with overdrive for seamless cruising. The rear end is the original, dated 1959 with 3.36 gears. The chassis components, frame, and floors are smooth metal painted in satin black. It’s immaculate and well-maintained underneath this vehicle.

SERVICE: Following our comprehensive inspection, we addressed the reverse lights, calibrated the speedometer, tightened the visors, repaired the fuel gauge and interior lights, and serviced the hydraulic system.

For those seeking to captivate attention, this car is your ticket. As an industry insider, encountering a ’59 convertible is a rarity; this is an extraordinary opportunity to acquire such a stunning vehicle. Just gaze at our main picture – isn’t it simply breathtaking?