This outstanding Impala convertible has undergone a seven-year frame-off rotisserie restoration with $200,000+ invested. Finished in 2014, receipts and photo documentation are included. The restoration was long and costly, and every decision made was for the best and most expensive possible components. It's equipped with a new LS3 crate engine, chromed intake manifold, and new 4L65E automatic transmission with RetroTek Smart Shift push-button shifter. Other features include Air Ride Street Challenge suspension system with shockwaves and remote control adjustment, Wilwood disc brakes on all four wheels, Billet Specialties serpentine belt system, Be Cool radiator/fan system and Vintage Air Gen IV with factory dash air conditioning. Interior features include power windows with lighted buttons on the console, power vent windows, Billet Specialties chrome steering column with 1959 Impala retro steering wheel, Classic Instrument gauge package with turn signals in speedo face. The $2,500 stereo system includes a Sony head unit in the glove box, Focal speakers, JBL subwoofers and Bluetooth connectivity. Beauty modifications include C6 Corvette Silver two-stage paint, full custom Lipstick Red leather interior, German weave carpet, fully detailed trunk with red leather and exposed sound system, black German cloth soft-top with restored power lift mechanism and fully detailed undercarriage. It rides on Boss 358 chrome wheels with new radials. Lots of wow-factor details.
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