1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
Resisted because of...a non paying buyer! Be prepared to step up!I've had the car so long, I forgot I had the Dealer MSRP invoice, the original title, original warranty book and card with titleholders name, original owners manual...now that's fun!I, unfortunately, have to face the reality that I cannot comfortably drive this iconic car after 2 surgeries and age just make it...tough. This is my baby. I have priced it to sell. I have a many car collection and a heated/air conditioned shop...all my cars are kept in ready-to-cruise condition. I have many references if you want to talk to some local car guys...this is a GREAT example of a routy as heck 327/300 Muncie 4spd Impala SS as you will find.
To be clear. This car has factory drum brakes all around. I recently added a power brake booster (not pictured) and new brakes all around...drums, pads, springs, cylinders, hardware. The car will come with the steel wheels and original spinner hub caps. If you want to put it back to manual no assist brakes, it's an easy job...I wouldn't.Very very clean high end driver. Red/red 1964 Impala SS, 327/300hp, factory Muncie 4spd, ps/pb, original dealer added cold under dash a/c, factory tach on the column/dash. I have the dealer invoice. All the chrome and stainless is either superb original or oem NOS. Paint is very nice as you can see. I would say older restoration. Body and metal are original and straight. Interior is mostly original, I replaced the carpet. Very well cared for in my multiple car collection. Runs, drives, starts, stops, tracks just as it should. The only rough spot on the car is the lower edge of the trunk (common) which show a few small condensation induced bubbles on the lower edge that tucks behind the bumper. It is not noticeable at all...but I know it's there.(I have a rust free OEM original trunk that I will include) The chrome and trim on this car is oem and superb. Try and find another one that is real and original as this one. These are so much easier to use reproduction parts, but keeping them this real is so tough. Great Impala SS...