Classics eBay Find: 1960 Chevy Impala Convertible
North Dakota’s farmer is bringing a bumper crop of classics to market
The Krinke family has been farming the same land in North Dakota for more than a century. In Neil Krinke’s many years of running the place, he’s grown a lot more than crops. He also collected a huge number of cars and trucks. Now it’s time to bring the harvest to market. In a massive […] The post North Dakota’s farmer is bringing a bumper crop of classics to market appeared first on Hagerty Media. Looking to purchase a car? Find your match on the MSN Autos Marketplace
Would you cruise main street in this beauty?
There are many fans of theand it’s easy to see why. Just like this convertible we found for sale on , they’re large and dramatic, with plenty of chrome, those rocket taillights, and some of the coolest fins ever put on an automobile. Not everyone is into such a classic , but there’s enough of a following to make them pretty desirable. This one is particularly wonderful, so we’re curious if any of you might want to take a shot at it.
Check out a humongous Impala barn find.
Right up front, we want everyone to know this beautiful ’60 Impala. The seller, who says they’ve had it for 2 years, is asking a cool $105,000 for the Buy It Now price. Of course, you can also make the guy an offer if you think that isn’t fair, so maybe you can get it for a more competitive amount.
Slide Into Some Old School Luxury With This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible
It’s now available through the Lucky Collector Car Auction. Introduced in the mid 1950s, the Plymouth Fury came at a time when people were really starting to demand style out of their cars. It was offered as a level above the Belvedere and swapped between being a full-size car to a mid-size car, and landing on being a full-sized car again by the time this 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made. © Provided by Motorious This 1966 Plymouth Fury III Convertible was made under the fourth generation run of the Plymouth Fury, and was made around a Chrysler C-body platform.
We think with the red paint plus white trim, sparkling chrome, whitewall tires, and that two-tone red and white interior, this Impala convertible is absolutely gorgeous. The seller claims it was in a large collection for “many years” but we’re not sure if that’s why it looks so impeccable or if the current owner did all this work.
The seller does state that this is a rust-free California car,. He also claims it not only runs, it runs great, having never left him stranded. Exactly how much he’s driven it isn’t clear. Under the hood is a numbers-matching Tri-Power 348ci V8, which apparently runs perfectly. That’s paired up to an automatic transmission for smooth cruising.
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You’ll note all the original details in the photos. The seller says there’s a 45-inch record player and tissue box included in this Chevy. However, a Bluetooth audio deck has also been installed, in case you don’t have any vinyl to play while cruising around.
So what do you think of this car? Is it worth what the seller’s asking or is it too much? Do you see any potential problems? Check out the listing for yourself.
1969 Pontiac Firebird Convertible Looking For New Skies Ahead .
This incredible classic pony car is looking for a new owner, will it be you? Pontiac was once at the top of the American performance food chain before its tragic collapse in 2009. GM created the brand to fill the gap between Chevy and some of its more luxury-oriented manufacturers. It allotted the driver plenty of performance and style for a lower price than the far more striking models of the time. Unfortunately, as time went on, the public became disinterested in Pontiac, going so far as to label the brand as a grandma's car company.