Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this true 1966
Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible. This Impala is housing a healthy
350 cubic inch V8 crate engine from Chevrolet and a TH-350 3-speed
automatic transmission. Over the last few years this Impala has
been painstakingly restored, and many of the receipts are available
to prove the work done. In 2018 a full suspension rebuild was
completed including tie rod ends, idler arm replacement, control
arm bushing, and rear UMI tubular control arms. In addition to the
chassis work, the engine also saw some upgrades such as a set of
Hooker ceramic coated headers and a Comp Cams Magnum 270AH flat
tappet camshaft kit to bump up the horsepower. A 2400-2800 RPM
stall converter was installed with a transmission cooler to keep
the engine spinning in its powerband. All of this was done to
compliment the body of the car which was stripped to bare metal and
rebuilt up to the beautiful classic Impala you see here today.
Options include: AM/FM/CD, Power Convertible top, Power Brakes,
Power Steering, Seat Belts, and a Vinyl Interior. For more
information about this restored 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS, please
contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488 or
[email protected] To see more HD photos and an HD
video of the vehicle running and driving, please visit
1966 Chevrolet Impala
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