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Blackout style and a fuel-injected V8 make this 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS. So when you see that this loaded one-owner car is offered for such a value price, you know you're looking at an irresistible total deal.
The Caprice body was actually quite sporty, but it just took the right design elements to release this personality. The shape went from aerodynamic to downright speedy when most of the chrome trim was turned body-colored. And the factory black is what happens when the family car truly goes over to the dark side. The full presentation is quite complete, right down to the hallmark Impala badges. There's even an added hint of aggression with the tinted headlight caps and red Chevy bow tie on the grille. This is a one-owner car, and so the finish shows all the right signs of the factory application. It has the quality look of a garage-kept car, and while it there are a few imperfections (remember the odometer represents the full actual mileage) you can tell that this Chevy's one and only owner so far really cherished it for over a quarter century. This level of respect is especially seen in the details, like the way the panels fit so well and the doors close with swift accuracy.
The interior has that same level of careful use that makes for a quality presentation. We love these Impalas because they nicely mix the Caprice's size with more sports car attractiveness. For example, you can easily fit plenty of family and friends in the back seat. But no matter how many people are along for the ride, you always have the appeal of a leather high-back bucket seat with an armrest center console. You have a tilt steering column, and it gives you a clear view to the cool digital speedometer. And this Impala SS comes loaded with all the best features. It includes air conditioning, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, dual air bags, cruise control, the factory premium AM/FM/CD stereo, and power adjusting front seats. Plus, as a full-size machine, the trunk space rivals the cargo room most people get in an SUV today.
The Impala SS lives up to its sporty looks thanks to what's under the hood. The fuel-injected 350 cubic-inch LT1 motor was shared with the Corvette. And in a one-owner car, this V8 is the original numbers-matching motor. It has even been upgraded with a K&N cold air kit to let it inhale deeper, but the factory-style air intake is also available. The suspension has been upgraded over the Caprice to handle the extra power with ease, and it comes with ideal anytime driving features like power steering, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, modern sport tires, and sway bars front & rear. And the four-speed automatic transmission is the ideal balance of a stout construction that also delivers easy overdrive cruising.
One-owner cars are a true rarity, especially with this desirable Impala SS. And part of this advantage is also great paperwork, like the original window sticker, owner's manual, and a good maintenance record file. So don't let this well-priced modern classic slip away. Call now!
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