Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1966 Chevrolet Impala has the great classic style you love and proper V8 power. Plus, there are the right upgrades expertly added upgrades, like an overdrive transmission and air condition setup. It makes for a nicely restored droptop classic that's great for near or far.
They made a solid investment in this Chevy, and it shows everywhere you look. The 1966-correct Lemonwood Yellow is a more recent upgrade that instantly announces class. Not only does it have subtle upscale tone, but also there's plenty of gloss and shine. And speaking of shine, those big chrome bumpers have a great radiance, too. There's plenty of quality in the details, like the full Super Sort badging upgrade, and we love how the full-length trim highlights the straightness of the sides, before curving around the rear and dipping with the trunk line. It's a well-done stock look, right down to the wheel covers.
The black roof is a timeless color combo against the yellow, and if you like the way that looks, then you are going to love the full black interior. The bucket seats and the comfortable center console with floor shifter complete the Super Sport feeling. There's even a handy tach on the steering column and auxiliary gauge trio upgrade. A full-size car like this can comfortably carry up to five people with ease. And you also have get great features to keep everyone happy, like the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo, power windows, and air conditioning running modern R134a.
Under the hood is a year-correct 327 cubic-inch block. And while this motor is believed to be original to the car, you're going to love it for more than just its originality. The consignor states it was rebuilt only about 500 miles ago. A Holley four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke means this one fires up nicely and inhales deeply. And the Flowmaster dual exhaust has a sweet sound as the V8 exhales. As you look through the full engine bay, you'll see a classic style (right down to the washer refill bottle) nicely mixed with thoughtful upgrades (like the aluminum radiator.) It all makes for a strong-running package. It's easy to enjoy this Chevy thanks to power steering and power bakes w/discs up front. Plus, the upgraded four-speed automatic w/overdrive transmission makes it great to cruise near and far.
This is the nicely restored Impala that's built to cruise. So if you love a droptop of distinction, call today!
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