Two Impalas are shown on this page of the 1963 Chevrolet sales brochure: a 4-door sedan in Monaco Blue and a convertible in Azure Aqua. The text reads, Impala - First choice for full-size elegance Nowhere is the new elegance of the '63 Chevrolet more apparent than in the Impala Series. Special bright metal trim and ornamentation tastefully accent Impala's graceful styling. New interiors are upholstered in luxurious cloth and trimmed in glovesoft leather-grain vinyl (Convertible interiors are all-vinyl). For '63, Impala models include a 4-Door Sedan and Sport Sedan, a Sport Coupe and Convertible (the latter two available with Super Sport equipment), and 6- and 9-Passenger Station Wagons. The Sport Sedan is identified by its own new and exclusive hardtop roof line, featuring crisply contoured lines at the rear. The popular convertible-styled Sport Coupe roof line continues to distinguish Impala's best-selling model, available this year with a new vinyl-covered roof. Smart, Convenient Instrument Panel Here's real luxury designed for function. Chevrolet's handsome new instrument panel combines maximum convenience with high style. All instruments and warning lights are grouped directly in front of the driver in the deeply recessed cluster area, which is flanked on both sides by sparkling metal panels. Control knobs and ashtray are within easy reach. The new glove box, nearly twice as big this year, is at the right side of the instrument panel.
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