Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1996 Chevrolet
Impala SS for sale. The odometer reads 46,443. This Impala SS is
Black with Gray leather interior. Powered by the LT1 350CI V8 with
an automatic transmission. In the early 90s full size muscle cars
were a thing of the past. GMs special vehicles team received an
order to develop a car based on the full-size Caprice platform.
They took a black Caprice with the 9C1 Police Package, added
five-spoke wheels, dropped in the LT1 V8 from the Corvette, dressed
it with Impala SS badges which GM had not used since 1969, and
created an instant classic. Its LT1 was slightly different than the
Corvettes 300 hp version, with 2-bolt mains, cast-iron cylinder
heads and a different camshaft. It was rated 260 hp in the Impala
with 330 lb. Ft of torque. With beefy anti-roll bars, large 17-inch
tires and big 12-inch disc brakes they also handled and stopped
incredibly well for their size and weight. This Impala SS is
equipped with air conditioning, AM FM with CD, power brakes and
power steering, power windows and power locks, tilt wheel and
cruise control, dual airbags, keyless entry, power mirrors, alloy
wheels and radial tires. To view this 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS in
greater detail, including HD pictures, visit
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information, please call
866-3873-1416 or email [email protected]
1996 Chevrolet Impala
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