This absolute stunner of a hot rod might just be one of the best looking Impalas around. Built by the famous Kenny’s Rod Shop in Boise, Idaho, this car was finished with the highest attention to detail possible. Outside, the single stage black body looks standard for the most part, but the bright red interior is where the smallest of details really pop. In front of the driver you first notice the digital dashboard tucked behind the beautiful red steering wheel. Just to the right, hidden inside what was the ashtray, are the controls to the cutout exhausts. With the front pipes opened up, the beast of an engine up front is loud enough to make sure all the neighbors are awake. Included with the car are all the documents, receipts, and a CD of pictures related to the build of this car. With just over 4,600 miles on the clock, this gorgeous car is broken in and is built to be driven. Don’t miss your chance to own this one of a kind beauty!
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You probably know resto-mod, but you might not be as familiar with pro-touring. A resto-mod is a vintage vehicle that has undergone a restoration in which many of its beneath-the-skin components have been modernized while keeping the car’s basic appearance classic. The idea is to have a car that looks vintage but that can be […]
Chevrolet on Thursday built its last Impala, bringing to close a nameplate that dates back to 1958. The final example, finished in red, is bound for a customer and not Chevy’s own private collection. Impala production in recent years has been handled at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck plant, with the big sedan built alongside the unrelated […]
The Pick of the Day is a family sedan with Corvette power
California couple traveled nationwide this year, hitting every one of the hot rod and custom car extravaganzas
Pick of the Day is a 1963 Chevrolet Impala with a 427 Z-11 package
Lowrider magazine and Quaker State building the car to sell for charity
The Pick of the Day was purchased by the current owner in 1964
Pick of the Day ordered with cloth bench rather than vinyl front buckets
Pick of the Day was owned by one family for more than 40 years
As part of the unveiling of the new and sixth-generation Ford Broncos, the automaker has prepared an infographic that shares the history of the vehicles, dating to the original Ford-built World War II General Purpose military vehicle, or “GP.” Ford launched its civilian version in 1966 but ended production after five generations of Broncos in […]