The Impala is a full size sedan built by Chevrolet and introduced for the 1958 model year. Introduced in 1961, the 3rd generation Impala (61-64) was restyled on the GM B platform for the first time. For 1964, the Impala was slightly restyled, reverting to a more rounded, softer look. The Super Sport (SS) badge, which signified performance, was first introduced in 1960. In 61 it was more than an appearance package and both suspension and engine upgrades were required. The SS package was a regular production option through 63. 1964 was the first year that the SS was no longer a package and was its own separate model with its own VIN prefix. This particular example was optioned with Desert Beige paint and a Fawn interior that perfectly complement one another and has almost every option available at the time. Those options include the 409ci 340hp V8, the 4 speed manual transmission, factory a/c, power steering, power windows, bucket seats, a center console, an in-dash tach, a Delco AM/FM push-button radio, dual antennas, a remote driver’s mirror, a remote trunk release and 14” wire wheel covers with spinners. This car is in excellent condition and everything works including the a/c. We would classify this gem as a solid #2 car and would appraise it at $73,450 based on the current N.A.D.A. values. If you have been looking for a real 64 Impala SS you know how incredibly hard it is to find one with its #’s matching 409 V8 mated to a 4 speed tranny with a/c and almost every option available at the time in addition to incredibly low mileage. If you like what you see you best move quickly as cars like this have been flying out of here in record time!