1962 IMPALA TRUE SUPER SPORT with White exterior and Teal interior. Factory COLD AIR-CONDITIONING! This is a 409 upgrade (specs on this rebuilt are available, work performed in photo lineup). 30994 showing, only 3500 miles on restore. New 5 Speed manual transmission, upgrade manual floor-shift Offenhauser valve covers Edelbrock intake and carb Dual exhaust Upgraded master cylinder power disc brakes with dual reservoir New bushings, professionally detailed and painted on underside Modern CPP power steering gear box Large front sway bars and large rear sway bars New tinted windshield New 18" tires Chrome wheels (original hubcaps, wheels and tires available Hotch Kis suspension Original interior Factory Air Conditioning with upgrade vintage heating and air Original window sticker Original owners manual Real SS with upgrade to non-factory 409 cu in V8 engine Original interior with auto meter gauges replacing factory instruments Original dealers invoice and owners manual with engine rebuild spec sheet Cold Air Fast Restromod Fast Fun to drive Fast - Sounds AMAZING
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