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She's real fine my 409. Oh yeah, this 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409 is a full factory black car with its numbers-matching V8 and low original mileage. So this is the exact kind of car the Beach Boys would love...and so will you.
We'll dive into the motor details shorty, but first, take a moment to appreciate the total package. The trim tag tells us this was born a Tuxedo Black car. So while the current finish could benefit from a little love and polish, this will always have its own gravity of desire because you have a factory black 409 hardtop! And because this is such a significant car, you want one that is as complete as this. Wraparound chrome bumpers, a full width grille, and quad headlights gave this coupe a commanding first impression. The Super Sport trim meant the hallmark triple taillight package was now placed below a machine turned panel that loves to glow in the daylight. They borrowed that same style for the full-length trim strip. Add in the correct 409 badging and SS wheel covers, and this is a true dream car vintage package.
Mean machines need a black interior, and it only gets better when it came from the factory this way. In fact, it has a highly authentic look over every inch. A full-size coupe means plenty of room for everyone to spread out, but as a real-deal Super Sport, you always will get your own individual space thanks to bucket seats and a center console. The classic grippy sports steering wheel, floor shifter, and upgraded auxiliary gauge trio make this ready for driving. There's even the rare factory tach that's still on display!
Just like the full black interior/exterior, a numbers-matching 409 is the kind of thing that every enthusiast respects. So it's great to find this motor looking so honest in the engine bay. After all, you can choose to show this one off like a workhorse it was in the 1960s, of it's just a few hours away from upgraded components to a show-stopper. In the end, nothing can take any superiority away from a numbers-matching 409 with a Rochester carburetor. Best of all it fires up eagerly, so you can really let this big block give its thundering soundtrack out of the dual exhaust with newer Thrush mufflers. You even have a Powerglide automatic transmission that's believed to be original. It's perfect for both easy boulevard driving and a little quarter-mile fun. Add in power steering and radial tires with good tread, and this coupe is ready for cruising today.
There's a lot to love about an all-black Impala with one of the most desirable big blocks ever. So if you're looking for a true classic hardtop where the appeal and admiration can only continue to grow, call today!
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