614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Sleek looks, an awesome interior, a fully upgraded suspension, overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fuel-injected big block V8 under the hood - this 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS Pro Touring is a loaded and stunning machine from every angle.
You can tell they made a solid investment in a custom machine just by its glow. It has the right mix of a gold hue with a metallic champagne depth. So you just know that every time you give this a comprehensive detail people will be asking if you're on your way to a car show. And you'll love how the shine brings out the most in this coupe's Coke-bottle curves. There's also plenty of silvery brightwork to complement the gold, including the wide grille, pointed front bumper, nicely integrated rear bumper, and upgraded jewel-like headlights. And the full-length trim has a thin black stripe. It goes so well with the 20-inch salt flat style wheels done in an aggressive black.
The interior does a great job of being vintage with the right upgrades that are well-integrated. The classic shades of beige and brown inside go well with the exterior gold, and you know this because the outside color returns on the dash and steering column. There's a feeling of new here with the clean carpeting, nice door panels, smooth dash, and a taut headliner. And the two-tone seats with proper trim look so fresh that you'll proudly share this full-size coupe with family and friends. You can even keep them happy with R134a air conditioning (it may need a recharge to be ideally cold.) But no matter how many people you take along for the ride, you're always the priority. This is a real-deal Super Sport, and so it has driver-oriented features like front bucket seats, a center console, floor shifter, quad auxiliary gauges, and a factory tach. Plus, that has been upgraded further with worthwhile features like a sports steering wheel, tilt column, additional readouts, and cruise control.
While this is a clean-looking hardtop inside and out, what makes it a true pro touring machine starts with what's under the hood. The callout may say 427 but this is actually a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8. They made sure this was ready to show off with smooth inner wall, polished components, tidy wires, and thoughtful vintage details like the windshield washer refill bottle. But it's not the style that really makes you want this motor, it's the substance. The big block is enhanced with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection. It's supported by good pieces, like an MSD ignition, steel braided lines, and a large aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. And the long tube headers add power and rumble to the X-pipe dual exhaust. And don't forget to check out the undercarriage where you'll spot the full suspension upgrades with a tubular A-arm front end, G Force crossmember, upgraded rear arms, Hotchkis sway bars, and adjustable coilovers behind every wheel. This was built to be a true driver with upgrades like the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and an added torque converter lock-up kit. There's also power steering, grippy ZR-rated tires, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, they seemed to have thought of everything with this custom pro touring Impala. The only thing that's missing is you. Call today!!!
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