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This 1963 Chevrolet Impala SS is a real-deal Super Sport with V8 power, four-on-the-floor, and a cool cruising attitude that cannot be denied.
The '63 Impala hardtop is a rolling legend. This one represents that nicely with the straight body panels that retain their crisp edges. So you can nicely see awesome details, like the sheetmetal crease that starts ahead of the headlight and continues down the whole profile like an unbroken line. The same pleat even helps form the line that extends beyond the taillights. And just below that is the sporty piece of trim that tapers to look like an arrow always pointing this coupe forward. You may invest in a respray of the bold red or spend a little extra time shining the bumpers, but this example is already bright, clean, and impressive. After all, rarely do you find an example that is so complete and sharp like this one. Everything from the pillarless hardtop profile to the iconic six taillight arrangement are tall part of the legendary Chevy design that stays in demand.
The factory-correct fawn interior adds an instant sophistication. It has a great vintage presentation, right down to the button-top seat backs that match the door panels. Plus, details like the carpeting and headliner let you know there has been an investment in care. So it's easy to invite family and friends along for the ride in this full-size coupe. But no matter how many people are along for the ride, you're the one who always gets the best treats. The trim tag tells us this is a true Super Sport, and as such, you get the comfort of bucket seats up front and a center console in-between. There are nice classic elements like the artful dual-spoke steering wheel and machine-turned panels. These are joined by handy upgrades, like the auxiliary gauge trio, a SunPro tach mounted on the steering column, and a Hurst shifter.
The engine bay is ready to show off. Dark inner fenders really funnel your attention to the freshly painted block. And you'll love the details everywhere from the bright Moroso chrome valve covers, to the classic washer refill bottle still mounted to the fender. Chevrolet's 327 cubic-inch V8 is great for sturdy power. That's especially true here because it inhales deeply with a Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as long tube headers add extra power while contributing to the tune of the dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission gives you nice control over it all. And power steering and the Impala's supple ride keep this a great cruising classic.
This is the cool pillarless hardtop look that also offers some classic driving fun. So if you want a unique and vintage machine, call today!
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