You will never see a more beautifully restored and completely custom Chevrolet Impala in your life! This car underwent a multiple year restoration so that it could be showcased in one of the most prestigious car shows ever the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Most car nuts know that the SEMA show is where the best of the best go to show off and compare their cream of the crop. This completely custom Impala has a 377 ci motor equipped with dual 4 dbl carburetors. It is a 4 speed manual car with a Hotchkis suspension. Also features drilled and slotted rotors with SSBC Force 10 Calipers Vibrant orange Leather interior with Alligator Leather inserts throughout. With Frenched in tail lights and one Heart Stopping paint job with lots of gold leaf everywhere and have you seen the flames built into the paint!!!! The rear of the car is also extremely special as it Custom exhaust made from a hood scoop of another 65Impala! Sitting on a pre-programmed air ride system(that inflates to proper driving height at start-up) and with Motorized trunk and hood will make showing this car a breeze as you don't even have to get out of the car to show it off. With an incredible audio system and built in GPS, you could cruise this car for miles and never get lost!!!! Call Alex Neues at 303-656-6534 with any questions or to set an appointment.
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