Chevrolet Impala hard top 1959 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
In the late fifties, Chevrolet Impala is the first family car from the United States to be imported into the country. It was a small car, but it was also very well built. The manufacturer used a two-door sedan for the US and the name became Chevrolet Impala. When General Motors bought it in 1959, it was marketed under the name Studebacker. But soon it was changed to the name Chevrolet Impala and changed again in the sixties to become known as Chevrolet Camaro.
In those days, when Americans are not used to cars at all, they had no choice but to look for one that was inexpensive and affordable, but had great power. Thus they chose the first American version of the Chevrolet Impala. The Chevrolet Impala had an aluminum body and the interiors were fabric. The Chevrolet Impala has been modified and modernized over the years, to be the great American car in the current times. It has great engines, great exteriors, great transmissions, and has become a very popular American car.