Restored 1966 Impala SS with 383 Stroker Motor. 500 miles on restoration done at 105,000 miles.
I purchased this car in October of 2011 as an older restoration in great shape with maybe 102,000 miles. It was intended to be used as a daily driver as my first classic purchase. I immediately replaced a passenger side window motor and headliner, but it was a car that got thumbs up everywhere as it was. As I started attending more car shows, I wanted a show quality car and began a 3 year plan to fully enhance this vehicle. This car gets out 5 or 6 times a year now for short cruises to car shows or to drive around the local town. I have since purchased several other classics in restoration now and I am taking things to the next level with these and one of these is a vehicle like I owned in High School which holds special value to me, so I am selling my beautiful Impala to help fund further projects, but mostly because I have a wife.
-Corvette Rally Wheels, Factory Air, Factory Electric Windows, New Vinyl Top, Front Disc Brakes, 700R4 Transmission with Lockup Converter.
-Flowmaster dual exhaust, B&M Shifter with Hurst Shift Handle, Car has won Multiple Car Show Awards.
-All new interior bucket seats, 10 bolt rear with eaton posi unit, 373 gears. 202194 Double hump Heads.
-286 duration 540 lift Camshaft, Stainless valves, 700 Edelbrock Carb, Tubular Arm front suspension,
-New carpet, new weatherstriping and trim, Hi-Torque starter, Aluminum brackets and pulleys, Chrome Valve Covers and Pulleys
-Aluminum Intake, Auto Electric Fans, New Fuel, water pump and power steering pump.
The moon headlight covers really is one of my favorite features on this car that originally peaked my interest, but knowing what I know now, there are tons of things way more important to the builds. FYI...watch for more photos ongoing as I wanted to get this out there now and used some photos I already had on file.
I appreciate your review of this vehicle and look forward to all responses.