Jet-Smooth styling is what this Ember Red 1963 Chevrolet Impala 2 door hardtop sport coupe is all about. Note the distinctive creased roof line giving it the look of a convertible. The fawn interior is made from leather grained vinyl and patterned cloth.
Impala was top of the line for 1963, was more luxurious and featured more trim than the lower models such as; front fender accent bars, stainless steel belt moldings and Impala lettering on the rear quarter section.
You’ll also notice the duo-tone finish on the steering wheel and bright aluminum front seat end panels. Another distinctive Impala feature was the triple unit taillights incorporating back-up lamps (the Bel Air and Biscayne had twin unit taillights).
Chevrolet made 399,224 2-door Sport Coupes in 1963 (with a base price of $2,774 for the V8) – this production figure is across all series this year and not just the Impala as Chevrolet don’t have separate figures on a per model basis (only by body style).
Options available include Cool Pack Air Conditioning ($317), power steering ($75), power brakes ($43), six-way power seat ($97).