LS Powered Bowtie!
Original Missouri Car, Solid Body with only 56,238 miles and only 3 owners from same family since new. Professionally restored RESTOMOD with modern Drivetrain, Suspension & Wheels. The cowl trim tag decodes the production date as 04B (2ND w/o April 1964) and the assembly plant as St. Louis, MO. The paint code is 938 Desert Beige with an interior trim code of 866 Fawn5. This Impala boasts of having a modern drivetrain, specifically, an LS1 mated with a 4L60E Automatic Transmission. It also features a new Be Cool aluminum rad with dual electric fans, stainless steel overflow bottle, new front end with upper control arms from Global West Suspension, Borgeson steering conversion box, Summit front disc brakes with new brake booster. The dash is a VHX-63 by Dakota Digital and there is a new gas tank with an electric fuel pump and new custom exhaust. The differential features a new Auburn Posi & Richmond Gear package and the whole thing rides on Ridler wheels (18x8 front & 18x9.5 rear) with new Goodyear Eagle RSA tires. An amazing Impala that looks fantastic with its classic styling. Drives anywhere safe & reliable. Can be serviced at your local GM Dealer. Sorry no trades!
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