Few cars can compare to the Impala SS, especially when you're talking a thundering RARE factory 427/390 HP under the hood! We have just two words that describe this car: QUALITY SURVIVOR! The fact that it has a M21 4-speed, with 12 bolt positraction rear with 3:55 gear ratio only makes it better! This True SS appears correct bumper to bumper, 512 casting 427/390 H, DK coded rear end, intake, carburetor, exhaust manifolds. Further optioned with power steering, power disc brakes, factory rear defogger, factory bucket seats, factory seatbelts and console, original factory dash. The care of this one is evident, rust free body with a nicely detailed undercarriage. Everyone will gravitate to the sight of this big block Chevy! Slide behind the rosewood steering wheel, crank up your favorite 60's tune on the upgraded AM/FM stereo and enjoy the feel of this original interior. This car was born to make a statement, red exterior with red interior and contrasting black vinyl roof, and with a recent exterior repaint and freshening up makes this one irresistible! This iconic Chevy is finished off with BFG Redline radials and 8" Rally wheels - a unique blend of performance and luxury that's turnkey and ready for you today! Call today!! Trades considered! For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call us at 715-687-4522 or email us directly at email@example.com
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