A 1964 Impala SS with 8 cylinders under the hood and 3 pedals in
the foot well: what more could you ask for? This Impala was
originally put together in Atlanta in 1964. It was sold new at
Tropical Chevrolet in Miami, Florida. The vehicle has remained in
the south its entire life until coming up to our showroom this
year. The odometer reads only 51k miles. In 2008 this true SS
Impala underwent a frame-off restoration, at which time the frame
was powder coated. The metal on this Impala is in excellent
condition. Being a southern car, there is not rust anywhere. The
beautiful Azure Aqua Metallic paint (code 918) really pops and is
in excellent shape without burns or fading. In combination with the
stunning paint, the chrome trim really pops. Inside, the vehicle is
upholstered in white vinyl. The optioned bucket seats and console
are in good condition without cracking, tears or fading.
Under the hood lies the original 283ci V8 engine. The engine runs
very strong and has been well maintained. It is clean and dry
underneath. The previous owner had the heater removed to give the
283 a boost on power. A Holley 2 barrel carburetor makes sure the
engine gets fuel and air. The engine is mated to a 3 speed manual
transmission shifted from the column. This Impala would make an
excellent cruiser: it has plenty of power, looks great and is very
comfortable to drive. The only thinking this classic needs is a new
owner to turn the key
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