This 1963 Impala has gone through a full frame-off restoration. This Muncie 4-speed Resto-Mod includes a 409/425hp period-correct QB block, with dual Edlebrock high performance carburetors with the proper high performance Intake manifold. The engine was then upgraded to Edlebrock high performance aluminum heads and a hydraulic roller Comp Cam. It has new high performance Comp Cam Rocker arms and lifters. It also has a new Cloyes racing timing chain, new push-rods and new powermaster high performance starter. This fast and fun '63 Impala Resto-Mod also features SSBC 4-wheel disc brakes and a CPP power brake system. Coys 22' rear, 20' front wheels, Hankook tires and Global West Tubular A-arms; all make this car a blast to drive. The interior is all new and retains the classic stock 1963 Impala styling. Included is a booklet with pictures of all the upgrades, engine and part codes and boxes. This car has a 12-bolt posi rear end with 4.10 gears and sounds as good as it looks.
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