Located in PORTLAND, OREGON.
VIN # 21847S204290
This factory Impala SS 409 received a full frame-off restoration by a national award-winning Chevrolet restorer. No expense was spared and nothing left undone to make this Impala a standout on the road and on the show field.
Rebuilt correct date-coded 1962 409 cubic inch / 409 Horsepower V8. Dual-Quad carburetors, light weight valve train with solid valve lifters. T-10 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. Posi-traction rear end. Dual exhaust. Runs and drives beautifully. LOTS of power and FAST.
Body stripped to bare metal and repainted in correct Fawn Beige metallic. All chrome re-plated and trim polished to show level. Interior restored with correct Fawn upholstery. Optioned with Super Sport trim and hubcaps, front bucket seats, seat belts, tachometer, AM radio with rear speaker and dual antennas, heater/defroster. The undercarriage is immaculate. Incredible attention to detail throughout. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS.
Since completion this car has seen limited use and has lived in the private museum of a prominent Northwest collector. Multiple award winner in west coast concours events. The photos show current condition. This is the first time it has been offered for sale. Just tuned up. Ready to show or go!
WE WILL HAPPILY SELL TO BUYERS WORLDWIDE AND CAN ASSIST WITH SHIPPING ANYWHERE.
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