1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
One of the longest running models of cars out there is the Impala being produced from 1958 to present time with only a few little brakes in between. The third generation of cars started just 2 years after initial release and proved to be there most popular look yet. This generation ended right after 64, like the car you see here, and going into 1965 they were the best selling car in the whole US. This 1964 SS hardtop is a great looking car that has the always popular White and Red combo. The restoration is well done and the car is also a factory AC car. The body is in great shape with no rust issues and is coated in nice White paint. All of the original style stainless and chrome is in place with a very nice shine. This year featured dual headlights, triple taillights, and dual antenna which are all there. The car also wears a nice set of rear fender skirts in the back. Original style wheels sit under all four corners and have the SS hubcaps.
Powering the car is the original 327 V8 motor that starts up and runs well. It has that factory look with a nice chrome air cleaner up top and a majority of the other components in their factory Black or Chevrolet Orange colors. It is paired with the stock 2 speed powerglide automatic transmission and rear end.
The interior of the car is done with Red carpeting and dash with the seats and headliner in White. The upholstery work is in great shape and shows very little signs of wear. The bucket seats up front are comfortable and sit to each side of the original center console. The dash features a lot of the stock components including the original gauges, knobs, and switches all of which are working. The car also has a nice factory Frigette underdash AC unit with a recently replaced compressor. The trunk of the car has a nice clean finished look with everything being painted and topped with mats. It offers plenty of extra storage space and also houses the original spare and jack setup.
This is a nice clean Impala that needs nothing but a new owner!
Beautiful restored classic for only $34,500.00!
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