1958 Chevrolet Impala Pro Touring
For anyone looking for the look and feel of a classic late 50s car while enjoying the reliability and comfort conveniences of a modern cruiser, here you go. This original 58 Impala has been massaged into a modern highway cruiser. The attention to detail and the quality of parts used is fabulous. This is not just one of those cars that looks good sitting still, it has been built to drive and enjoy. It goes down the road with the ease and comfort of modern car while giving you a sweet muscle car note and the performance to match. If your check book could stand it, you would be writing checks for much more than an above average income to build this one. Now is your opportunity to enjoy the fruits of another's labor.
Power comes from a Tuned Port Injected 305 HO out of a late 80s Camaro
700R4 Overdrive Transmission makes highway cruising a pleasure
The rear end is an open 3.55 ratio for both a sporty feel and comfortable cruise
Finished in smooth and glossy Classic White with excellent chrome and stainless trim
The Taupe leather and full power interior is out of a 2001 Cadillac Eldorado that was a GM test mule with a custom console and accented with red carpet and trim
The interior lights work including the lights for the mirrors in the sun visors
Cabin comfort is enhanced with Vintage Heat and Air conditioning
Power Disc Brakes up front and rear drums generate smooth and consistent braking power
Steering is made smooth and easy with Quick Ratio Power Steering
The steering column is polished with a LeCarra leather wrapped wheel and tilt
The wheels are Boss 18" Front and Rear with Goodyear Eagle Runflats
The exhaust not is a noticeable V8 rumble with our being obnoxious and the pipes are aluminum
The exhaust is comprised of Ceramic Coated Headers with Magnaflow mufflers and stainless steel pipes with Mandrel Bent Tail Pipes
The dash has full display of Autometer Analog Gauges included a clock
Contact to the road is managed via 245/45R17 Blackwall radials on Boyd Coddington polished alloy wheels
To treat your ears there is fully functional Cd player tastefully mounted in the dash
There is much more that would require too much space for what we have here
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