614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Some cars are just slicker than others. After all, that's why you stopped to check out this 1963 Chevrolet Impala restomod. With less than 3,000 miles since its frame-off restoration, it's an award-winning powerful V8 coupe that's loaded with everything from an overdrive transmission to a custom A/C interior. In total, it's the perfect mix of butter-smooth freshness and serious upgrades in the driving experience.
You already know why the '63 Impala is such a cool ride. It has the right styling touches that seemed to define the era, and this example has truly maximized them. For example, they spent a ton of time and money making sure the body panels were straight. Then they even took care of details, like expertly deleting trim and the door handles. So now you have nothing to get in the way of showing off some of the best styling elements. You see it in the well-creased sheetmetal that have lines that run the full length of the car, one of the most dramatic hardtop profiles to hit the road, and a trunk lid that dips in the middle for an artful touch that you know was expensive to create back in the day. You can see all this so well because of an expert application of the paint. Brilliant Silver is a Mercedes color, and it certainly lives up to its name as it loves to radiate in the sunlight. The only pieces shining brighter are the mirror-like chrome bumpers, crystal clear headlights, and the polished Intro wheels. Not only are those alloys staggered 18/20 inches front/rear, but also they sit on a lowered stance, so this coupe also hints at the extra power within.
You might have tinted windows, but the hardtop profile means you can roll them all down and easily show off the interior. And that's exactly what you'll want to do, because the full custom experience continues on the inside. You can wow them with door poppers on your wireless remote, and then watch everyone marvel at the silver and gray interior with a bold yellow streak for accenting. And while the presentation is award-worthy, it's also built for comfort. Everyone gets a bucket seat finished in leather, and the front two power adjust to your ideal position. There's the best in features, including ice-cold air conditioning, power locks, an alarm system, a custom cup holder center console, an AM/FM/CD stereo system. But more than just comfortable, the leather-wrapped steering wheel, Lokar shifter, and custom dash with AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges all let you know this was built for performance, too.
The engine bay has an ultra-clean personation with slick color-matched inner fenders and firewall funneling all your attention to the shining V8. While they spent a ton on polished components, there's also an investment in substance behind the style. This is a 400 cubic-inch V8 that has been bored .30 over. So you get a displacement to rival the big blocks in a small block weight. And this motor has been fortified and enhanced for performance, including upgraded pistons, roller cam, Crane roller rockers, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor on top. Hedman headers add even more power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. More than just pure performance, you also have great everyday features, like upgraded pulleys, an aluminum radiator, and dual electric fans. The same usability can be seen in the 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. It has a shift kit for performance driving, and it will smoothly shift into overdrive comfort. Plus, power steering, modern performance tires, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes complete a great all-around restomod package.
Complete with build receipts, you'd expect to pay six-figures for a powerful full custom machine like this. So if you act quickly, you can save a ton. Call today!!!
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