If youve been hoping for a chance to own a vintage 64 Impala SS, but the skyrocketing values have discouraged you, the answer is here. This nicely done SS clone brings you V8 power, a restored interior, and, of course, those classic looks that will never go out of style. Its time to stop thinking of cars as investments and start thinking about the fun you can have. For this price, youre still getting an ultra-nice 64 Chevy hardtop, restored to a very good standard. Wearing Riverside Red is always a good start, and when you have a rust-free southern car as your foundation, good things are bound to happen. The pictures show how nice this car is, and there are no tricks here: the gaps are even, the sheetmetal is straight, and the finish has a shine thats just right on a 60s car. The correct trim was straightened and buffed, and SS emblems were added on the quarters, so it definitely has the right look. A clean, straight grille up front and six taillights and an engine-turned panel out back identify this as a top-of-the-line Impala, and accessories like the dual antennas and fender skirts give it a playful attitude. If you bought an SS Impala in 1964, you got bucket seats, so thats whats in this lovely hardtop. Finished with matching red upholstery, the pleats are correct and with fresh foam underneath, its comfortable and keeps the vinyl taut. Correct carpets were fitted, along with door panels with proper SS emblems. Engine-turning was the SSs calling card, so the dash and center console were dressed up with the stuff, and theres a storage bin with SS emblem, too. A beautifully restored steering wheel frames the original instruments and the radio is a neat piece that fits in the original slot and looks fairly convincing, but offers a lot more functionality. The trunk is also extremely nice, showing no scary signs of rust or previous damage, proper spatter-finish paint, and mats that fit well. Theres also a full-sized spare up on its own shelf, making this a car you can drive cross-country with three of your closest friends. The engine most folks opted for in their new Imps was the 327 cubic inch V8. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor and inhaling through the original air cleaner, it runs superbly as youd expect from a small block Chevy. Bright Chevy Orange paint looks great in the satin black engine bay, and it wears reproduction decals on the valve covers proudly advertising 300 horsepower. Notable equipment includes a recent alternator and a dual master cylinder and new power brake booster, as well as a sweet-sounding dual exhaust system. A TH350 3-speed automatic replaces the original Powerglide, and youll appreciate the extra gear when youre cruising around town. 14-inch steel wheels with factory wheel covers have been retained, and wear appropriately-sized 215/70/14 whitewall radials. SO if youve been waiting, now is the time to make your move. These cars are always going to be popular, which means prices will always be going up. If you like to drive and enjoy your machines, perhaps this SS has something special to offer you. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.
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