Your looking at a very nice driver quality 1965 Impala SS. This is the real deal...no tribute or clone with this car. It is powered by its original 327 small block engine and 4 speed manual transmission mounted in the console. This is a car that would be a blast to take to the local cruise ins. It runs and drives without issue. Brakes are good...power steering makes this big car a pleasure to drive and the transmission shifts flawlessly. Frame is very solid with no rust issues. Seams match nicely and there doesn't appear to be any filler in the quarters or dog legs. Some of the rubber around the windows is showing some age and some of the brightwork a few scratches...but nothing more than you'd expect from a 52 year old unrestored car. In fact given that description it's in pretty damn good shape. The bright blue paint is newer and the vinyl seats have been replaced with cloth. All the gauges work and the air conditioning blows cold.The car comes with the original exhaust manifold and the original radio and speaker. CALL US!!! 330-499-8555BOB'S CELL 33-704-8448 TED'S CELL 330268-6716Visit Ohio Corvettes and Muscle Cars online at CorvettesandMuscleCars.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 330-499-8555 today to schedule your test drive.
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