1964 4 door Chevrolet Impala with a hardtop. This car has a 327 V8 engine with a 2 speed Powerglide transmission. It is all original, had one owner, and has been passed down one generation. Well maintained, well taken care of. All original emblems and ID tags. Hubcaps are still in tact, 96,000 original miles. My grandfather only drove it to the grocery store and the post office. After that, it was used as a Sunday driver and shown in local car shows. For being 53 years old, this car still runs and drives really well. Although this beauty wasn't passed down to me, I still think a lot of the car and hope that whom ever purchases it will take great care of it! The car has a new paint job and the upholstery has been recovered and is all in tact. It still has the kick panels at the bottom of the doors which probably still close the same as they did when it was originally purchased! The trunk still contains the original spare tire and jack but I'm not sure if there is a tire iron. I am unaware of any alterations under the hood besides the fuel and air filter that I replaced. I believe the glass is original and the windows do still roll up and down plus the wing windows still work!
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