Up For Sale Is A 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport Convertible - 409/425 HP - Tribute Car
This is a beautiful 1964 Impala Super Sport Convertible with 64,000 miles. Equipped with 409 cu.in., 425 horsepower V8, 4-speed transmission, posi-traction, wood grain steering wheel, power windows, power top, radio and heater. This car originally started life as a V-8, but not a 409 V8. 2x4 carb. The top has been replaced and works great.. Tilt steering.. Factory Chevy Impala SS 409 dual snorkel air cleaner. Factory Tach on the dash.. Factory door panels SS.. Factory carpet and seats.. Factory sun visors. 3 gauges under dash and mounted.. Factory chrome valve covers.. Factory exhaust.. newer hoses and belts.. The paint is not perfect but over all is in very good condition, with a few minor flaws.. Always garaged kept.. Runs and drives perfectly with a nice idle sound..This is a rare car that can only go up in value and a true pleasure to drive.
You can call 614-231-1688 then option 1 and ask for John Kinney.
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