Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS was an impressive car that brought together a mean blackout style, V8 power, and full-size luxury. This restomod started with that successful combo and made big investments to take it all to the extreme. That means slick paint, a custom interior with an awesome sound system, and a supercharged LSA motor that brings even more power to the streets.
This generation Impala SS was only available for a few short years, and so that makes them special. But this one wants to make sure it's memorable even in a crowd from contemporaries. That's why it will be hard to find one with a brighter shine. We have a receipt from 2019 showing $8k invested in a respray, and there's less than 6,400 miles on the custom build. So the black looks fresh and deep like a grand piano. And that high-gloss shine joins the good body panels to really highlight just how sleek Chevy's Caprice body got when it went over to the dark side. And those 24-inch wheels add to both the aggression and the shine. Take note of the orange calipers that they put on display. It not only signals the brake upgrade, but it's part of a well-coordinated accenting you'll see throughout the car. Plus, the clear headlights, tinted window, smoked headlights, and LSA badging are all extra hints at the full upgraded nature of this build.
The interior continues the theme of well-integrated upgrades. For example, the driver's seat has the same wide cushioning that makes these Impalas so comfortable, but the upholstery now has a custom suede-like insert. The diamond-stitch pattern looks like it belongs in a Bentley, and the orange even returns for a tastefully aggressive accenting. The armrest, side panels, and back seat have all been done to match, too. And speaking of the back, the size of the Impala means adult-size room for one of the most practical customs around. This comes loaded with a ton of factory features, like power front seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Plus, we know you've spotted the upgraded AM/FM/XM/DVD stereo. The touchscreen runs desirable features like satellite navigation and Bluetooth. And this is your gateway to the full speaker system that includes an awesome custom trunk enclosure that showcases the JL audio subwoofers.
As cool as everything else is, it's what's under the hood that will make you need to get this Impala in your life. These were born with the Corvette's LT1 motor, which was an awesome powerplant for its time. But a quarter-century of progress means a big investment can also get you big horsepower. So this one has a modern Chevy juggernaut: the 6.2-liter supercharged LSA V8. It has been further upgraded with a BTR stage 3 cam, Lingenfelter blower pulley, and headers. The full package is said to make about 600 horsepower, which is 130 percent more than stock! There are Borla mufflers to give a great tone to the dual exhaust, and any time you really want to bring the thunder, this also has electric cutouts. The 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission is a more modern unit built to take LS-based power, and it also gives you comfortable overdrive. In fact, the full package is built to be both extra competent and comfortable. You have Belltech suspension upgrades, power steering, a limited-slip rear end, and Wilwood four-wheel power disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and a car cover. This custom takes everything you like about the Impala SS and delivers more of the features you absolutely love. So you know this is a fleeting opportunity at something truly special. Call today!!!
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