How much does a 60 Impala cost?
In checking the collector car prices, NADA Classic Car lists a 1960 Impala hardtop sport coupe with the 348 Tri-Power in “high retail” condition at $61,475 with the Tri-Power and a 4-speed transmission. The average retail is $38,100 while low retail is $19,275.
Did Chevy make an Impala SS?
Impala SS Launched The Impala became a stand-alone model for 1959. In 1961 Chevy introduced the Impala SS, with power choices including the new (and now very rare) 360-hp 409 cid (6.7-liter) V-8. The SS package was dropped for 1970, though the Impala could still be ordered with big-block power.
How long is a 60 Chevy Impala?
|Length :||210.8 in | 5354 mm.|
|Width :||79.8 in | 2027 mm.|
|Height :||58.1 in | 1476 mm.|
|Wheelbase :||119.0 in | 3023 mm.|
How long is a 61 Impala?
Third generation (1961–1964)
|Transmission||3-speed Automatic 4-speed Manual Powerglide|
|Wheelbase||3025 mm (119 in)|
|Length||5315 mm (209.3 in)|
What cars were popular in the 1960’s?
The 1960s were the golden years for American auto manufacturers such as Chevy, Ford and Oldsmobile . With cheap gasoline and open roads, many Americans fell in love with muscle cars. Americans’ need for speed was met by such cars as the Camaro, the Mustang and the super charged Road Runner.
What was the price of cars in the 1960’s?
In 1960 the average new car costs about 2,752 dollars, and a gallon was gas was around 31.cent. The 1960s were a time of change, Russia beat the US into outer space, Elvis hits the UK, the Beatles hit world big time.
What were the cars in 1960’s?
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