1973 Chevrolet Impala. Clean title with low miles for the year
(97,176). The vehicle has been garaged since I have owned it
(2011). I have torn the engine down to the bare block and rebuilt
it with premium performance parts. I have also rebuilt the
transmission to keep up with the performance of the new engine. The
vehicle has a dual electric fan system to compliment the
performance radiator and engine output. I moved the gear shift to
the floor and installed bucket seats to make the install look
seamless. I have also installed 'Vintage Air' HVAC system as it is
needed to stay cool during the summer and warm during the winter.
The entire vehicle has dynamat to reduce the road noise in the
cabin of the vehicle. I also moved the battery to the trunk of the
car with an anti-tamper shut off switch to enhance the look of the
engine bay. I replaced the factory speedometer/odometer with a
Dakota Digital set-up. There are so many additional upgrades to the
vehicle that are not listed. I have all the receipts of the parts,
install labor payments, and warranties. I have over $50,000
invested into the car. Only needs paint and interior.
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