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This 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS is a well-preserved, well-documented, and two-owner car. So this caliber of car is irresistible to all of those who know that this fuel-injected, full-size sedan makes for one of the best young classics out there.
This is a two-owner southern car that has been treated with the proper respect for over a quarter-century. That's why the factory Dark Cherry Metallic is still a peach of a paint job. It's a color you'll really enjoy because it looks almost black at night, but then the red comes out in the sunlight. The odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage, and not only does that tell you this one has not led the life of a commuter but the overall condition also reflects this. Crisp lines, clean glass, pliable weather-stripping, and bright factory 17-inch alloys are all part of an underlying quality that helps give this sleek and dark sports car such an attractive overall style.
The Impala SS erases its humble Caprice origins with a darkly sporty exterior, and inside it uses supple leather and bucket seats to deliver the performance feel. It makes for the ideal blend of an aggressive car that doesn't lose the space or comfort of a full-sized Chevy. And you understand the feeling of this full package very well thanks to the well-preserved interior. The upholstery, door panels, carpet, dash, and all other fundamentals are quite clean and complete. Plus, this is loaded with all the best features. This includes air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, a cup holder center console, dual airbags, and the optional AM/FM/CD stereo. The spacious back seat and road trip sized trunk make this fine for family hauler duty, but really, you know this is a classic focused on the driver. That's why you have power front seats, a tilt steering column, and a full gauges package with a digital speedometer at the center.
The Impala SS is a true legend thanks to the Corvette's LT1 V8. Take some time to look at the amazingly stock and clean condition of the engine bay. It's like you're picking it up from the Chevy showroom in 1995, and so it's hard to believe this is anything but the original setup in this Impala SS. But don't forget, these Chevys were made to be driven. The LT1 fires up eagerly, idles smoothly, and pulls like a freight train. The four-speed automatic transmission is great for overdrive cruising, and it's always ready to leap into action. The suspension has been upgraded over the Caprice to handle the extra power with ease, and it comes with power steering, ABS, sway bars, four-wheel disc brakes (w/a new front setup,) and brand new sport tires.
This two-owner car comes with great original documentation such as the original window sticker, owner's manual packet, and title documentation. This is the perfect collectible to also take family and friends on long trips. That's why we also know it won't stay with us long at such an affordable price. Call today!!!
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