Check out this Chevy Impala 2-door Sport Coupe from 1960 fitted with a 348 cubic inch V8. It is in Horizon Blue with a blue cloth & vinyl interior.
Impala was top-of-the-line for 1960 and was a very dressy car from end to end. It had all of the standard equipment of the Bel Air but also benefitted with back-up lights, anodized aluminum trim, an electric clock and an illuminated glove compartment.
Impalas also featured an arrow moulding (jet-plane style) on the rear quarter with dual chrome strips running towards the rear of the car. Between them was a white insert with "Impala" script and crossed racing flags. These crossed flags also appear in the chrome rear speaker grille mounted in the upper middle of the rear seat and on the trunk lid.
There were 204,467 Impala Sport Coupes produced in '60.