1964 Chevrolet Impala 2 door sport coupe ( Holly Hill, FL) $22,500 As you can see from the photos, you are looking at a very nice 64' Impala which has been completely gone through with a fine tooth comb. The 350 cubic inch engine is Fresh with only 1k miles and pairs nicely with the 6 speed manual transmission out of a z28, which happens to include 2 o/d, this Chevrolet is equipped with an Am/Fm radio, A/C, Heat, and P/B. The tires are like new with less than 2k miles on them. The shimmering black cherry paint and tan vinyl interior combination can guarantee that you will turn heads where ever you go. Not only will you look the look but you will be able to talk the talk as well, this vehicle is coming with a Posi 370 rear, Luntai cam, Vortec heads, Edelbrock intake and a 4 bbl carb. which gives the motor a very nice rumble. The suspension was completely overhauled less than 20k miles ago. Overall, you are getting a reliable, powerful, well handling vehicle that is an excellent driver. Please call Randy at 386-215-3933 if you would like to come take a look
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