1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
Classic cars are all about enjoying the drive and looking good doing it. That's what's great about this 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS. It's a real-deal Super Sport in a two-tone with all the best trim. Plus, with upgrades under the hood to keep you running smoothly, it's the perfect cool cruising classic. This is a desirable year to own an Impala. It has some of the crispest lines of the third-generation, and at the same time, it was ushering in the sportier curves of the fourth-generation that would arrive the next year. The total effect is a unique and commanding presence that has made the '64s an in-demand vehicle. And this one really turns up the style even further. The aqua paint with Ermine White roof is a great way to represent 1960s premium. Plus, the Impala's six-taillight arrangement is a legend all on its own. And for lovers of brightwork, the wraparound bumpers, full-width grille, dual aerials, and correct SS wheel covers should strike all the right iconic tones. But the brightwork we think you'll enjoy the most is the full-length spear that runs from headlight to taillight. Now only do the super-straight panels help highlight the quality of the sheetmetal, but also It has a terrific machine-turned insert that provides a nice bridge to the interior. The aqua vinyl interior is complete and taut, so it looks great against the exterior. As a true SS car, you know that means the comfort of bucket seats and a center console. Plus, the thin rimmed steering wheel and all the machined aluminum that matches the exterior trim are elements that define 1960s class. There are even provisions for air conditioning. And while it all looks factory-correct there are some great subtle upgrades. For example, the radio looks vintage, but it's really a modern AM/FM digital tuner. Plus, the auxiliary gauge trio below it keeps you informed on what's going on in the engine bay. The 327 cubic-inch V8 is now an icon in the small block Chevy circles, and that legend began in this generation Impala. So it's especially nice to have a powerplant that looks quite factory-correct under the hood. But the secret to this coupe is that it was rebuilt around 1,000 miles ago. Not only does that add to the reliability, but also as you look at the undercarriage photos, you can tell there also has likely been a recent solid investment in the front suspension. So if that looks like the right recipe for your next cool cruising classic, then you'll also be excited to know about features like the power steering and upgrade to front disc brakes. Add in the sound of the newer dual exhaust and the control of a three-on-the-tree manual transmission for a bit of fun, and you've got a great all-around driver. This is the real-deal Impala SS for people who like to drive their classics. So if you're a true fan, don't wait. Call today!!!