Not just another pretty face - this is a real deal 427 4 speed �66 Impala Super Sport and it means business! This Impala was originally a California car and as Impalas go, was the premium Chevy of its time. Undergoing a recent frame off restoration (with receipts) and finished beautifully in factory Marina Blue. This well cared for classic hosts a strong running date coded 427 cubic inch V8 powerhouse under the hood that will not disappoint! A Muncie 4-speed transmission is built to take the abuse, and spins a rugged 12-bolt rear. The freshly detailed engine bay shows well with plenty of gloss black that will welcome plenty of onlookers at your local car show. Equipped with Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carb, chrome air cleaner and aluminum ribbed valve covers. Power steering will help navigate this full size classic and Block Hugger headers feed a Flowmaster dual exhaust system, hitting all the right notes! The interior is nicely presented today as it was in '66 complete with bucket seats, a center console and a back seat with room for 3. The wide chrome grill up front is grounded by a bright chrome bumper and traditional triple taillights out back. The bright blue finish is perfectly complemented by new 235/70/15 radials with factory wheel package. This car offers big car comfort, luxury and performance! Don't miss this opportunity for a very sought after 427! For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call us at 715-687-4522 or email us directly at email@example.com
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