Welcome back to Hooniverse Fasstback Friday. After last weeks feature on what you thought was a fastback, I spotted this gem on Auto Trader Classics from the Connors Motor Company in West Chester, PA. The body style is a fastback in my opinion, with the rear deck lid that tapers from the rear window to the back end of the car gradually. And look, it only has 6,900 miles on it….
This car has everything that makes most of us here salivate (well, maybe its just me, but whatever…) including a hardtop body style, small and easily maintainable V-8, a Powerglide Transmission, a glorious bench seat (in Brocade cloth no less), vent windows, and more. According to the listing:
The lowest mileage 67 Impala on the planet, this survivor is completely original and has only 6,000 original miles, gorgeous Grenada gold and Capri Cream two-tone paint, perfect Gold brocade cloth interior, brilliant chrome and trim, ultra -smooth 283 cu in V8, automatic, Power steering, Power brakes, AM radio with rear speaker and rear mounted antenna, wire wheel covers, Protecto-plate and Build Sheet, the cigarette lighter and ash tray have never been used, in dry storage her entire life she still rides on the original tires, this car cannot be replaced at any price and she runs, drives, and looks new!
The asking price for this low mileage honey is $28,500, which is quite reasonable compared with what comparable Chevelles, Novas, and other GM intermediates go for. So, does this Fastback Chevrolet do anything for you? See the listing here.