1962 Chevrolet Impala finished in white over a beautiful red vinyl interior. Underneath that white paint you'll also find some ultra-straight sheet metal which appears to be factory-issue. The chrome and stainless looks great, with a soft shine befitting its age with a bright red insert on the side trim that ties it all together perfectly. Bright red is always the right choice with white bodywork, a dynamic combination that will never go out of style. It appears that much of the interior is new, including the bucket seats, carpets, and door panels, all of which look straight out of 1962. The column shifter now manages a TH350 3-speed automatic in place of the original Powerglide, and an upgraded radio lives in the center of the dash. While you're marveling at the size of the trunk, please also take a moment to note that it is solid and entirely rust-free, just like the rest of the car and comes complete with a proper mat set and full-sized spare tire assembly up on its own shelf. The engine is a fresh 350 cubic inch crate V8 that looks right at home in the '62's engine bay. There are about 5000 miles on the build, so it's quite clean and dressed up without going overboard. 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels wear fat black-wall radials that emphasize the awesome bodywork. Cantech Inspected and ready to enjoy.