1964 Impala 2 Door Hardtop. 468CI Big Block Chevy DGC-9758
VIN-41847G139758 This Chevy Impala shows very well. We get lots of
waves and thumbs up. Add that big block engine, Demon 4
BCCarburetor, aluminum radiator, big custom headers and Bocla
Mufflers, the TH 400 automatic transmission, Ford narrowed rear
end, power steering and 4 wheel power disc brakes, American Racing
5 spoke wheels and you have a winner. This is an incredibly great
driving car and it is fast! The body is in great shape. The paint
looks good, but has a few small flaws. You can see them in the
photos. The interior is nice and clean and needs nothing. We
haven't had this car very long and we haven't had a chance to have
it serviced. There isn't much to be done, one thing I do know that
needs attention are the taillights and it might just need a new
bulb or two. This is one of the better driving cars and that
impresses me, especially with all of the horsepower this car has.
There are a lot of add ons like, large Auto Meter Tach, nice
polished aluminum engine pulleys, and the list goes on! The
underside is in great shape nothing fancy. One floor pan on the
passenger side was replaced. It was done so well that you can
hardly tell. We did not find any rust. Make sure you watch the
video. Condition 2-.
1964 Chevrolet Impala
Exterior Color:Candy Apple Red
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