800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Mighty big block power, four-on-the-floor, and a great color combo best of all, this 1969 Chevrolet Impala SS was born this way and has been cared for correctly to keep it looking this amazing.
The first impression a classic makes is everything, and that's why this coupe is so appealing. Red and black are classic Chevy coupe colors, and this one does it right. A professional respray of the factory-correct Garnet Red gives this great luster in the sunshine, and the straightness of the panels gives this one a great canvas to showcase the bright luster. The superior panels also mean the full-length black rub strip appears like an unbroken line, which makes it look even more premium when it matches the black vinyl roof. Even the redline tires on the Rally wheels goes with this color combo. The brightwork is also important on a full-size classic like this. That's why it's complete in all the right places like the angular front bumper that artfully surrounds the grille, and the rear one that integrates the Impala's hallmark six taillight arrangement so well. So this is a true Super Sport with a cut-above presentation.
Open the door to a great looking interior. The factory-correct red has an instant eye-catching appeal, especially when viewed through the bold red exterior. The seats, carpeting, dash, and nearly everything inside are distinct and aggressive in red. Even the wood paneling in the door panels seem to have a hint of this cherry hue. So it's great that you have a pillarless hardtop where people can get an easy view at this full package. This full-size Chevy can carry up to five comfortably, so family and friends are always invited to share the classic car experience. There's even a nice upgrade to a retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo for more modern tunes. But the best treats are reserved just for the driver. After all, this is a bucket seat car with a center console and that bold cue ball shifter in the middle. Chevy's three-spoke sports steering wheel gives you a commanding view of everything from the extra wide speedometer to the added auxiliary gauge trio.
Full-size classic need a full-size motor, and those 427 badges on the fender didn't lie. This was born a big block car, and this era-correct motor is believed to be the original powerplant. It certainly looks the part with the correct bold block paint radiating from within the satin black fender walls. It even has the correct shining air topper and matching valve covers for flair. The four-barrel carb on top is exactly what you want for power, and so this Super Sport fires up with gusto. We know you'll love the complete control you get from the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, this never loses the Impala's easy cruising attitude thanks to power steering and front disc brakes. There have even recent investments in pieces like bushings and coil springs.
Solid, powerful, and all-around eye-catching this is the original-style big block Super Sport you've been waiting for. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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