Sensational 1st Gen Impala For Sale classic boasts a 3 Speed Automatic and 348 CID 2x4BBL V8. This head-turner is available today for only $57,000.
Striking 1st Gen Impala For Sale classic boasts a 4 Speed Automatic and v-8 small block 348CI Tri Power. This head-turner is available today for only $69,000.
Unbelievable Gold 1st Gen Impala For Sale. Listed for $82,000, this 2 Speed Automatic transmission is the perfect complement to it's 348ci V-8 engine.
1st Gen Impala For Sale
The first generation Impala is an American Sports coupe that was introduced to the automotive world in 1958. The Impala was introduced as the top of the line Bel Air as a 2-door hardtop or convertibles. 1958 was the only year of the first generation Impala.
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Mr. Steve West went above and beyond the call of duty for me and my family. Due to health reasons and financial woes I had to sell my Chevelle and I was under time constraints. I realized this was a push him and Joshua Githens were very fair with me and Thankfully the car sold and I was able to pick up a check with the amount we agreed upon. I HIGHLY recommend Gateway in Grapevine for buying or selling your classic car. It totally takes the stress out of dealing with the unknowns! Thanks Gentlemen!!
Their approach to selling cars is very good. They sold our 1999 Corvette in less than a month.
We were trying to trade in our 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII. The dealers were offering us very little while raising the price of their new Navigator. We sold our Mark VIII through Gateway and received nearly twice the amount dealers were willing to pay us and we negotiated a better price on the new SUV.
I recently dropped off my 1989 Jeep Wrangler with Chris. Since the time we first spoke on the phone I knew he was a stand up guy. He talked me into bringing the Jeep into the showroom and posting it for sale as I'm a busy man and I don't have time for answering the same questions over and over again on one of these marketplace sites. Chris and I agreed on a fair price for it and I signed it up. His team took some great pictures of my ole Jeep and posted them om their website. Now I guess we wait and see what happens.... thanks for your help Chris.