Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
With only a few years in production, LT1 Corvette power, and a cool full-size appearance we hadn't seen since the muscle car era, we all knew cars like this 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS would be classics. And with the low miles and stunning factory paint on this preserved example, it has been cherished correctly for over a quarter-century.
This Impala SS came from someone who loved this sedan. That's why the factory black paint has a piano-like luster. It's even more impressive considering it shows all the right signs of being the factory application. That's part of the upper-level care you get on a sedan that has traveled less than 1,500 miles annually. All the right pieces are neatly preserved, including the color-matched bumpers, rear spoiler, and bright 17-inch wheels. But this one also has a touch of uniqueness with upgrades that you wished Chevy did from the factory. For example, the bow tie emblem up front was changed to a classic SS piece - just like the best Super Sports from the muscle car era. The lowered suspension, red brake calipers, and classic racing flag emblems are all part of a speedy look that does a great job of connecting this modern classic with its lineage.
Front bucket seats, a center console, and a Corvette-like digital gauge package do a great job of upgrading the interior of the Impala SS into the performance car world. And the way all the leather still feels so supple and smooth is another reminder of the car's pampered life so far. It gives this a premium look backed up by a loaded interior. Ice-cold air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, dual airbags, and a powerful AM/FM/CD stereo were all part of this upper-class experience. And the included window sticker also shows this has Preferred Equipment Group, which means desirable features like keyless entry and power adjusting front seats. The Impala SS is one of the final few performance vehicles that has room for all your family and friends. And road trips are even in the cards for this one (if you feel like adding to the low odometer,) because the huge trunk can swallow weekend bags and the golf clubs.
The heart of this Impala's appeal is the 350 cubic-inch fuel-injected LT1 V8 shared with the C4 Corvette. This one even likes to display that connect with the addition of Corvette covers over the intake (the stock piece comes with the sale, too.) Other than the closer Corvette connection, this believed original motor looks exceptionally stock. These are great all-around cruisers, because the powerful V8 starts easily, idles nicely, and has the kind of subtle exhaust note that makes it welcome in the ficklest of neighborhoods. The four-speed automatic transmission is even great for overdrive cruising. But prod the accelerator, and it gives a quick kick-down into true Chevy muscle. Plus, the suspension has been upgraded over the Caprice to handle the extra power with ease. It comes with power steering, ABS, four-wheel disc brakes, sway bars, upgraded shocks, and modern/grippy Nitto ZR-rated tires.
Here's a great modern classic in the grand tradition of large muscle cars. This kind of legacy is backed up by original documentation such as the owner's manual and original window sticker. It's a true collector's car presented in true collectible condition. Call today!!!
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