The 1963 Chevy Impala was a redesigned version of the previous year's model, featuring cleaner and sharper styling. It was available as a hardtop or convertible with a longer wheelbase and lower greenhouse than other Bel Air models. The SS trim package included anodized aluminum inserts, red badging, and chrome tail light trim. Inside, the instrument panel was hooded, and an optional tachometer was available.
The Super Sports version had vinyl bucket seats and an SS badge on the center console. The car came with various drivetrains, including Small Block and Big Block engines. This fully restored 1963 Chevy Impala SS convertible is finished in Ermine White with a white vinyl top and Aqua Vinyl bucket seats. It has power steering, brakes, and a convertible top, and will be auctioned by Mecum Auctions at their Monterey event in August.