Now for sale in our showroom in Houston is this sweet 1964 Chevy Impala. This model needs no introduction and is one of the most recognizable cars in the classic car world. It also happens to be Gateway's best-selling car. The Impala has been making memories with people since 1958, although it has gone through several generations over the years the car has made it's claim as the most iconic street car for the modern man or woman. This 64 is shown in its Ermine white paint color that shows very well and looks great even from a foot away. The paint quality is of a high grade and was well done. It is a slightly older restoration but has been very well kept since its frame off restoration. It was professionally repainted at Mikes Restoration, after it was brought down to bare metal. The body is straight & true with no dings, dents, or scratches to be seen. The body panel gaps are even and the doors open & close with ease as they should. The bumpers, exterior trim, emblems, lights, & glass are also in excellent condition. The car sits on some original looking wheels that have the chrome SS impala hub caps that show well. They are wrapped in skinny white wall American Classic tires that have plenty of life left in them. The owner does have the fender skirts as well that go with the car. Looking into the interior you will see the highly sought after red leather interior which matches perfectly against the white exterior. The interior is beautiful and is in show quality condition. You won't find anything to replace as it still looks like no one has even sat in the car. Two bucket seats up front with a large bench seat in the rear keeps the cabin roomie but lots of seating. Dash & center console show very well and all options work as they should. Powering this sweet 64 down the road is it's original 327 CiD V8 rated at 300HP purrs like a kitten and sounds great through the custom dual SS exhaust. The motor is paired to a 2-speed power glide automatic transmission and both the engine & trans have been rebuilt with less than 700 miles on them. The car runs very well and looks great too. It is completely rust free and is ready for its new owner. **we have build sheet information, restoration photos, & receipts** To see more pictures & an HD video of the car please follow the below link to our site. http://gatewayclassiccars.com/houston/1964/chevrolet/impala-S1013.html Options on this car include power brakes, power steering, new vinyl interior, AC, & more! For more information on this 1964 Chevrolet Impala call the Houston Showroom at 832-243-6220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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