This is a real Super Sport with #s matching motor and factory born
black with blue interior. It has lived in Alabama it's entire life
until we recently snagged it. Rust free original metal. Original
documents include glovebox pouch with original dealer and owners
name, invoice, sales contract, owner's manual and warranty book.
Registrations and maintenance records indicating the same owner
until 1995, 32 years.
EXTERIOR: This is about as rust free and clean of a body as you will ever find. It has always lived in Alabama. From what I can tell, it is bone dry. It is laser straight. The body panels fit precisely. The doors fit so well that when you look down the sides you cant tell where the door starts and stops. Doors click shut. Bottom of fenders are clean metal, bottoms of doors have bone dry seams, bottom of 1/4 panels and wheel well lips are dry clean metal. No bubbling or cracking that I could find. This is a factory Tuxedo black car. It was entirely repainted. Has a very smooth mirror like reflection. The chrome bumpers appear to be original, still bright and straight. Stainless trim is exceptionally shiney and straight. Being a Super Sport it has the machine turned trim. This car also has rear mounted antenna, dual bowtie mirrors, fuel door trim and the original dealers emblem. It was given a slick look with some 20 inch chrome Ridler wheels with performance tires. The glass has been tinted.
INTERIOR: Interior is good. Dash area is good. Has stock radio with vintage reverb unit. It also has a factory tachometer and I hear the clock ticking. A temperature gauge was added and a polished wood wheel. Upholstery is good, carpets were dyed. Door panels are new, window cranks sparkle, armrest pads are new.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It has #s matching 283 motor with power pac heads. It also has some major upgrades- Comp cam, roller tip rockers, a chromed aluminum intake, big chrome Holley carb, MSD ignition with a Billet distributor and a set of headers. The water pump is chromed as the power steering pump, bracket, pulleys and heater hoses. The air conditioning system is complete. Master cylinder is new. Inner fenders are gloss black.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Big, you can haul a yard of dirt in here! The metal is original and clean as can be. It has been spatter painted.
UNDERSIDE: Wow is it clean. Zero rust, original metal. Bottom of motor is clean, fuel pump and power steering hoses look new. Has high torque starter. Flywheel cover is in place, it has it's original Powerglide transmission. The exhaust is neatly bent along the contour of the frame, has Flowmaster mufflers. Fuel tank is new. Front end components look good. Shocks were replaced front and back. Frame is smooth, painted black.
This Impala has plenty of positives:
Super clean metal, great documentation and history, real SS, factory Tuxedo black. Has air conditioning. It looks slick!
I know the interior is not mint, although it's good. So I won't price it at $40,000. The body is the most important, this one is as good as they get!
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