1963 IMPALA SS CONVERTIBLE - 409ci/425hp NO 37
Big-block, dual-quads and a four-speed gearbox: essential elements of a true muscle car. Some may argue that high-powered, full-size cars built prior to 1964 simply do not fit the parameters of a factory muscle car, but few would dare to question the performance merits of a fabled 409-powered Chevy from the early '60s.
All Correct - All Numbers Matching Rotisserie Nut & Bolt Restoration
Engine: 409cid-425hp Four Speed Manual Transmission
Tura Blue Metallic Paint Blue Vinyl Bucket Seat Interior SS Package
St White Convertible Top White Wall BF Goodrich Silver Town Tires
Stock 14" Wheels With Spinner SS Caps Stock AM Radio
Power Steering Power Top Tinted Glass
Dual Exhaust Centre Console
The song lyric “She’s real fine my 409” was first heard as the “B” side of the Beach Boys 1962 single “Surfin’ Safari.,” The song “409” was reissued in the 1963 album, Little Deuce Coupe and the song and the car both drive and play well to this day.
“She’s real fine, my 409…”