Stunning custom impala. Has 348 big block with tri power carbs & a
new air conditioning system. the first thing that grabs you is the
beautiful custom paint. The color against the bright white interior
really pops. It is arrow straight with glass finish. Has painted on
scallops. The hood has rounded corners. Shaved emblems & door
handles. Remote control doors. Molded headlight bezels, extensively
customized tear drop taillights. Custom grill, hand fabricated
stainless trim pieces. Custom upholstered from dash to door panels.
Vintage looking stereo. Trunk upholstered to match interior. The
348 motor has functional 3 carbs & Offenhauser finned valve covers.
Big aluminum radiator keeps it cool, updated alternator system, new
power disc brake conversion. Upgraded automatic overdrive trans.
New a/c system, working heat. Has good looking radial whitewalls on
chrome wheels. Lowered suspension. It has the looks, cruise in
comfort.information is to the best of our knowledge
Power Disc Brakes
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