Sometimes just finding a clean old car is too awesome to pass by. Take this RARE True SS 1964 Chevrolet 409 Impala SS Convertible with Low Miles shown off in Black over Black seating tucked under a White Convertible Top. The great look is accentuated by the right amount of chrome and the distinctive SS badges. Chevrolet, 348 CID V8 is connected to a Turbo Automatic Transmission. Aluminum Intake manifold. Carter 4-barrel Carburetor. Full power brakes and factory tachometer. Under the hood or under the car, this machine is immaculate, clean and straight. Each bolt is exactly in the right place from the gas tank to the headlights or the Red-stripes with the original steel wheels and caps. This is a fantastic find! Make sure you check out the White top! And if you want impressive check out the interior! Original style seats wrapped in vinyl upholstery. The carpet and door panels are also original and in good shape and have been carefully maintained. The instrument panel is massive offering a wide speedometer with a very nice steering wheel with the trademark Chevrolet logo in its center with SS peppered everywhere. The original AM radio remains at your fingertips and as you'd expect the trunk is massive and has nothing to hide with a solid floor and a full-sized Red Striped spare.
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