This is a beautiful ground-up restoration of a true option, 409-powered, documented Impala SS. The body is in great condition with smooth contours and crisp body lines with panel gaps that line up nicely. It has been finished in beautiful, shiny and smooth dark blue paint. The bumpers and trim present themselves very well, shining true and bright. The grille is very clean and the headlights have no cracks or chips. The taillights look great and show no signs of condensation buildup or chips. All of the badges and original rear glass look great as well. The engine bay is clean and hosts this Super Sport's power plant: a matching-numbers 409ci engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission that delivers power to the original rear end. It also features the original intake manifolds, custom exhaust and air conditioning. The great-looking interior features the original factory buckets that have been recovered, original center console, tight headliner, stain-free carpets, and great-looking dash with clear and easy-to-read gauges.
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