The Fuel-Injected 1959 Impala Convertible was the ultimate for its time.
Cars of the 1950s are noted for their dramatic, and in some cases, extreme styling – those of ’59 vintage, especially so. The cars of the ’50s were not only about styling, however. Horsepower and gadgets were the in-thing, too. For 1957, Chevrolet merged styling, horsepower and gadgetry – especially the latter two with the introduction of fuel-injection. A surprisingly little known fact about Chevy’s Rochester fuel-injection is that it was offered on the big Chevys through the 1959 model year.
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