Get ready to make a strong statement anywhere you go with the beautiful 1964 Chevy Impala convertible! This vehicle’s distinctive styling features a rich black exterior with a matching black top, which is complemented by a clean black interior. The ’64 is powered by a 350ci 4-barrel V8 that is paired with the Powerglide automatic transmission. This convertible is eager to get out on the road for open top season, you can drive down the road jamming to your favorite tunes with the custom AM/FM/CD with equalizer and JBL Audio 1300-watt stereo system. The Impala's straight and crisp styling was redesigned for the 1964 model with a softer look that was slightly more curvaceous. This fresh approach helped the Impala build up an even stronger following that rocketed the vehicle's lineup right to the top, as it was named Best Selling automobile in the United States for 1965. This 1964 Chevy Impala comes with power to boot, such as power steering, power front disc, rear drum brakes, power convertible top dual exhaust and Oasis chrome wheels with Pirelli 265/35 ZR 22 Tires.
This 1964 Chevrolet Impala convertible is a lovely classic that has been well maintained as it has been stored inside. This vehicle cradles the balance between performance and appeal with its excellent condition. Ideal for any true classic car enthusiast or genuine collector.
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