Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Have you checked the price on this 1970 Chevrolet Impala? Turns out affordability also means plenty of originality as this large and sleek pillarless hardtop sedan comes in the correct colors and feels correct, right down to its V8 power.
The first impression a classic makes is everything, and that's why this sedan is so appealing. First of all, there is a whole upper echelon of cool reserved for the few years we could get sedans with a full pillarless hardtop profile (just ask fans of the TV show Supernatural.) And we also love this one for its true classic style. Autumn Gold is a great 1970s color. This factory-correct shade has been treated to a respray about 5 years ago, and that was at a Chevy dealer, so it was like going home. Today it retains a nice gloss that shows off the straight sheetmetal and keeps the nostalgia factor high. Plus, nothing says period-correct premium like a vinyl roof in a coordinating earthtone. And it can't be a true classic American without some great brightwork. This is from the years before new bumpers laws, so these chrome kings are an integral part of the design. A clean grille, complete trim, and proper factory wheel covers all make this a rolling time machine.
We always like it when the vinyl roof is also a preview of the interior color. It just seems to give a classic an added touch of premium. And don't forget that the Impala like to always have a touch of class. That's why this original golden interior has a button-top presentation and cloth inserts. The odometer is believed to reflect the car's actual mileage, and that means it has averaged under 400 miles annually. It also helps us understand why everything remains so clean and complete, right down to the wood-like inserts in the ornate door panels. This is a terrific period-correct cruiser so you'll even love how the Delco AM radio can still crank out tunes. So if your friends and family appreciate a total vintage package, this is the one that's going to impress. And you can always bring them along, because that's part of the advantage of a full-size machine.
Under the hood is one of the most honest engine bays you'll ever see. Plenty of people are going to peek inside to marvel at its condition, because after all, true originality is hot right now. This is a verified year-correct block, and it's hard to believe it's anything but original. Still, originality doesn't mean missing out on care. This 350 cubic-inch V8 shows the right signs of maintenance, and the way it fires up and runs reaffirms this feeling of proper attention. The three-speed automatic combines with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and the Impala's legendary cushy ride to deliver a great cruising experience.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the big and sleek sedan with great originality and plenty of personality. So when its priced so right, you know this ultra-cool hardtop time machine won't stay with us long. Call today!!!
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