Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale June 19th – 21st, 2014 at Russo and Steele''s 2nd Annual Newport Beach California Auction. Please contact us for more information.In 1959, Chevrolet offered new radical designs with the ''59 Bel Air, Impala and Biscayne. The "batwing fins" and "cats-eye" taillights were just a few of the new designs. The new ''59s rode a 119-inch wheelbase and stretched about 2 inches wider and longer, and 150 pounds heavier than the previous year ''58. The Impala was offered as a full series for ''59 and included a 4 door Sedan, Sport Hardtop Coupe and Sedan, and Convertible. The Impala ascended to the top of the line and the Bel Air became mid-range with the Biscayne behind. Production Numbers for the ''59 Impala included around 473,000 cars built. With much popularity and a successful year of sales, the Chevrolet Impala became its own model in 1959 instead of an option off of the Bel Air line up of ''58. The new ''59 Impala was longer and wider and is best known for its wild tailfins as the rear end sported "bat wing" rear fenders, "cat''s eye" taillamps, and a huge rear-deck lid. This 1959 Chevrolet Impala is a true American car, all-original 348 V-8 with only 80,000 miles. It remains in great condition and in addition to its rust-free, straight body, features include power steering, power brakes, and a great interior. It simply must be seen to be appreciated.