This is the unassuming nice guy that's got the ability to beat
everyone up. On the outside, it looks like a nice pristine Impala
dressed in a dignified blue. What they don't see is the performance
small block beneath the skin. That makes this the perfect cool
cruiser that is always first off the line.
This shade of bright light blue is exactly how you remember car were in the '60s. It just has that perfect tone of metallic flair mixed with a cherry hue. Impala coupes are highly collectable because the wide chrome grille up front and the broad six taillight arrangement are both icons of the 60s. But despite this brightwork, these cars are not as chrome heavy as other full-size coupes that had come before them, which makes each piece an appreciated styling touch. It's especially true on this car where the bumpers have a mirror-like shine and all the trim looks newer. We especially love the full-length sweeping side accent that keeps this car pointing forward. When you combine that with the racing flag emblems on the fender and the polished 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, you soon pick up on some hints about the beast within (more on that in a moment.)
When you open the door, the shade of blue inside mix with the exterior color to give you a spectrum of blue that makes this whole car have the appeal of ocean water. As a premium Chevy offering it has an artful presentation with button top seating and matching door panels. Best of all, you can feel that there has been a solid investment in the interior to keep everything looking and feeling fresh. Sitting behind the wheel feels like time warp with the proper Impala center cap on the highly stylized rim. Plus, the wide speedometer is a great hallmark of the era. It's the perfect vintage atmosphere.
One twist of the key, and no one will believe this is a mild-mannered classic. The rumble of the side pipe dual exhaust gives its performance nature away instantly. Under the hood is a 350 cubic-inch V8. It looks great with the finned valve covers, matching air topper, and upgraded pulleys. More importantly, it has performance upgrades like a Holley performance four-barrel carburetor, aluminum radiator w/electric fan, Procomp wires, and headers. So while this looks like a comfortable Impala on the outside, the beast under the hood means the factory SS cars will only see your taillights. And more than pure power, this is a great all around driver with features like power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and the upgrade to front disc brakes.
A true blue presentation that masks the stout V8 heart underneath. This is exactly how you want your classic Impala to be, and it can all be yours if you're quick enough to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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