Leave it to FUNLINE to break with tradition and issue, not an Impala, but a Biscayne. The only chrome to be found is on the bumpers. It has a three-speed transmission on the floor, with a bench seat. (There is no rear seat). At least its hubcap-less wheels are adjustable for two positions: low and lower. Though the baseplate is marked "MUSCLE MACHINES," this toy model was actually part of the Jesse James, West Coast Choppers series. It was not an easily available toy model in upstate New York. It is also one of my favorites from the last several years.