If this 1979 Impala wasn’t a wagon I wouldn’t care about it at all. They are a dime a dozen in California and this body style has never done anything for me. I know lots of people love them, and the platform is fun, but they just don’t get my revs up. Because this one IS a wagon, I kinda dig it. The fact that it has a newly built 350, only 80k miles, and appears to be in amazing condition is obviously a huge bonus, but it is the long roof that really turns my crank. I’d drive this sucker daily if it was in my driveway. But does that one aspect of this car make it more desirable to you? Or is it less desirable?
Which do you prefer, the long roof wagon or the sedan? We want to know.
-1979 Impala Wagon
-NEW 350 Chevrolet Crate Motor and NEW transmission (engine has mild cam, headers, dual exhaust)
-80,000 original miles
-two owners total
-working A/C! (R134 conversion)
-very clean and drives great with plenty of power
-sounds great with dual exhaust and headers
-interior is clean, but needs a little work including headliner and dash pad
-rear facing seat
-straight body with good paint
-power sunroof/power rear window (both work)
-EMP proof, great for towing, tons of room inside, REAR FACING SEAT
-good tires, fresh oil change, several extra keys included
-negotiable (make offer in person)
Big thanks to Rocco Bastone for sending this one to us!