1964 Chevrolet Impala SS, 2 door Sport Coupe. VIN: 41447J122624. 350 V8 engine. Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Power steering. Power disc brakes. New, polished, American Racing wheels and tires.
•We are a classic car dealership in Sherman, Texas and show by appointment only.
•Contact us at 903-820-1019.
•We buy, sell and trade classic vehicles.
•For financing contact www.jjbest.com
•Shipping is available (call for quote).
• Good body with bright red paint.
• Super Sport trim.
• New 17" Torque Thrust wheels.
• New 225/50-17 / 245/50-17 tires.
• Nice looking, black interior.
• Bucket seats.
• Center console.
• Kenwood CD player.
• 350ci (not original) V8 engine.
• Aluminum heads and intake.
• Turbo 350, 3 speed automatic transmission.
• Power brakes (front disc).
• Power steering.
• Headers and dual exhaust.
• Odometer reads 47,502 miles (actual mileage cannot be verified).
• Runs great - strong.
• Drives good.
• True Super Sport.
•All sales will be subject to document and state fees.
•All Texas residents will be subject to sales tax, document fees and state registration fees.
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