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A real-deal 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS coupe in its factory-correct color package is already a desirable classic. But then when you mix upgraded V8 performance with the control of a four-speed manual, well then, this one turns into a great icon at a great price.
Impala coupes are highly collectable because the wide chrome grille up front and the broad six taillight arrangement are both icons of the 60s. Because these were the top trim of the era, it not only received wraparound chrome bumpers, but plenty of window trim for added flair. And the brightwork we think you'll enjoy the most is the full-length spear that runs from headlight to taillight. It has a terrific machine-turned insert that certainly looks the part of an SS car, and so they even repeated it on the rear panel. The factory-correct Goldwood Yellow has a boldness that looks like it could almost glow in the dark so it's nice day or night. Even the details are right with everything including the correct SS badging. The total package is both vintage and aggressive exactly what you want on a real-deal Impala Super Sport.
The factory-correct black interior gives a timeless color combo against the exterior. Also as a true SS car, you get the comfort of bucket seats and a center console. Plus, the thin rimmed steering wheel and the machined aluminum dash that coordinates with the exterior trim are elements that define 1960s class. There are nice features, like a tilt steering column, auxiliary gauge trio, and provisions for an AM/FM/cassette stereo. But your favorite pieces will be the classic column-mounted horizontal tach and Hurst shifter. Together, they really keep you in tune with what's under the hood.
Everything looks quite nice in the engine bay with the bold block, polished valve covers, and bright air topper. This was the era where the first rung of the big block ladder was 348 cubic-inches. So it's awesome to have the lighter small block with the later/larger 350ci under the hood of this one. It makes for a nice performer, especially topped with a four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. Not only does this coupe have good muscle, but it also has a fiercer growl thanks to the glasspack-style dual exhaust. You get complete control over this enhanced V8 with a four-speed manual and its rumbling tires make this a true cruiser.
Here's a real-deal Impala SS with enhanced power, stick-shift control, and a value price. Don't let something this desirable slip away. Call today!!!
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