This is a very nice 1996 Chevy Impala SS. Has been garage kept and shows it. It only has 49,820 original miles. The paint is still glossy and in great condition. The gray leather interior is also in fantastic condition. The overall interior is in great condition and all switches, gauges, etc. work as intended.The wheels look like new and have zero defects. The car is original with two exceptions. First, a K&N filter cold air filter kit has been installed. This kit includes the K&N filter, intake tube, and filter cold air shroud. The original factory intake parts are included with the car and could easily be reinstalled. Also, the car has a Pioneer CD changer installed in the trunk. The changer integrates with the factory head unit and includes a remote control in the cabin.
The car runs and drives great and is ready to hit the road as-is. It is only driven occasionally in fair weather to keep the fluids stirred up. Everything works as it should with one exception. The windows sometimes become slightly misaligned, which is due to an issue with the clips holding the windows to the regulators. New clips have been purchased but not installed, and are included with the car. Also included is the original window sticker, factory service manuals, factory sales brochures, and some other information about the 1996 Impala SS. A very nice cover is also included with the car.
This car is in great condition and is ready to be driven to Cruise-in nights. For more information or pics, contact me.
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