800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Sleek looks, an air ride suspension, a custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fuel-injected big block under the hood - this 1965 Chevrolet Impala is built with all the best pieces. And the big investment in a thoughtful build means it's a stunner from every angle.
A long coupe with the ability to be lowered right down to the ground. Oh yeah, this one knows how to make an impression. You can tell they made a solid investment in a custom machine just by the shine. There are less than 450 miles since this build was complete, and it was painted within about the last year. So the fresh luster you see radiating in the pictures is absolutely what you get in real life. The shiny smooth orange really shows off those sporty Coke-bottle curves. And there's plenty of brightwork to complement the black, including the wide grille, pointed front bumper, and nicely integrated rear bumper. While the full-length trim looks like it's sparkling, this is just a custom decal that adds definition without taking away from the smooth sides (that's why they shaved the door handles, too.) Plus, the shine you're going to like the most is the Ridler wheels. They have a sporty 20/22-inch front/rear stance, but it all expertly tucks into the body when you feel like lowering the adjustable suspension down.
When you use the key fob to pop the remote door openers, it reveals an interior that's just as custom and thoughtful as the exterior. The seats are set up in a classic bench style that pays tribute to the classics of the 1960s. Even the Impala speaker grille is still in the rear center. But this is a fully updated and upgraded package that includes fresh tweed upholstery and matching side panels with flame-like inserts. The exterior orange returns inside for the dash and custom center console. The bold purple pattern at the center matches the texture in the doors, but the coolest part is how this is actually a cover panel hiding the car's best comfort features. It conceals the air conditioning, power windows, air ride control, and touchscreen interface for the AM/FM radio with Bluetooth and backup camera. The custom SS steering wheel is on a tilt column, and the EFI screen is neatly integrated into the driver's side dash. And we know you'll love the gauges. The Dakota Digital readout package has the symmetrical look of a modern exotic car, and you can even change the color.
As much as you'll love showing off the interior and exterior, the motor knows how to draw a crowd, too. The slick tan fender walls funnel all your attention to the 454 cubic-inch V8. This big block has been given an ultra-tidy presentation with the kind of cleanliness that can only come from a fresh build. While this is already a terrific upgrade in performance, the V8 has been enhanced further. This includes a Weiand intake and Hooker headers. Plus, the Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection lets you dial-in your ideal balance of performance and comfort. It's a big power package, and the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is stout enough to handle it all. There's also a Champion aluminum radiator to keep it all running cool even in traffic with the A/C pumping. This is a true driver, and that's why you have power steering, sway bars, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes. And the suspension has been upgraded to accommodate the air ride's travel.
Complete with build receipts, they seemed to have thought of everything with this custom Impala. The only thing that's missing is you. Call now!
MORE FROM THIS SELLER
RUSTY RIDES GALLERYView All
OLDRIDE ANSWERSView All
- I need to buy a 5 lug 17in. artillery wheel
- How do I get my avatar uploaded?
- Has anyone bought a car off of Harwell motors in Texas?
- My first car was Plymouth Fury. What was yours?
- What do you think was the ugliest classic car ever designed?
- We have inherited a field of 26 classic vehicles ranging from 40ish Cadillacs to 60ish Chevs- help!!
- chevy belair has a miss, running rough
- Is there a market for a 1959 Ford Escort 2dr station wagon
- 1964 chevy bel air v6 4 door