1967 Impala SS Convertible frame off restoration. This car was a one owner up to about a year ago when a friend of mine bought it out of the family’s estate and I have the original one owner title! The gentleman passed away several years ago after having the car completely restored and chose the Corvette millennium yellow. All original body panels and all stainless is restored or replaced with NOS, both bumpers are re-chromed as well. The interior as you can see by the photos looks brand new but it is all original except the carpet has been replaced. The power top and all padding is new as well as the glass rear window. This beauty is powered by a crate ZZ4 385 fast burn that runs very strong with the factory 4 Speed and 12 Bolt Posi. New 18 inch wheels and tires and new flow master dual exhaust. This car is new top to bottom and a real crowd pleaser!!! A MUST SEE!!! Asking $45,000 Best Richard 404-983-5500
Hard to top the style of a bubbletop Impala. With a restoration thats just plain elegant, a 348 with a 5-speed manual gearbox, and those tall 17-inch wheels, this 1961 Chevy is a rock star everywhere it goes. As a tasteful resto-mod, if style is your primary ambition, few cars can match this one. Everyone paints these cars red or black, but I can assure you that the guys who finished the bodywork on this Imp knew that subtle colors work well on dramatic sheetmetal. They were also very careful; every curve is smooth and unbroken, the flat panels are exceedingly flat, and every edge and corner is crisp and sharp. Im sure theres another substantial chunk of time tied up in hanging all the sheetmetal, because gaps are quite good everywhere you look. And then theres the paint, which doesnt bowl you over with color but the more you look, the more there is to like. Two-stage urethane looks so deep that you could fall in and drown, and as a backdrop for the brilliant trim its absolutely ideal, letting the chrome speak for itself. More color sanding and then some buffing brings out a great shine with only a few signs of use and age. Things like the virtually unobtainable front and rear windshields are in great shape, the trim was either re-chromed or polished, and nobody will ever mistake this Impala for anything else on the road thanks to the iconic triple taillights and dual antennas out back. Even better than the Fawn Beige paint is the sophisticated cream interior, which includes custom piping on the seats to tie it all together. Nicely restored using factory-style patterns, its both sporty and upscale. Pure 1960s cool covers every surface, from the bright trim on the edges of the seatbacks to the two-tone steering wheel to the beautifully restored instrument panel. All the original gauges are still monitoring the engine, and theres a Sun tach strapped to the column in the usual fashion. That Hurst shifter with the cue ball knob now manages a modern 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive, making this car a fantastic highway cruiser. The original AM radio is still in the dash, but theres also a modern AM/FM/cassette head unit hidden in the glove box so the dash still looks right. The trunk is very tidy, carrying a correct mat set, a spare tire up on the shelf, and no signs of distress on the metal itself Dont worry, theres still a 348 cubic inch V8 under the hood, beautifully dressed with lots of shiny bits like those gorgeous finned valve covers. Upgrades include a dual reservoir Wilwood master cylinder, a chrome alternator, and a K&N air cleaner. Then theres the Demon 4-barrel carburetor atop an Edelbrock intake manifold and the dual exhaust system that has a wonderful mellow sound and outlets just behind the rear wheels. Youll be delighted to see how clean the floors are, and with Wilwood front disc brakes, this cool bubbletop stops as well as it goes. The suspension is rebuilt, the shocks are fresh, and it goes down the road like a much younger car. Perhaps its most striking feature are those big Torque Thrust wheels, which wear 225/60/17 front and 235/60/17 rear BFGoodrich rubber. With a great look and pleasing road manners, this stunning Impala delivers in every way: looks, performance, and style. Call today!
Despite being one of Chevys perennial best-sellers, we dont see many cars like this 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 396 convertible. Maybe survival rates are low but we suspect that the guys who own these cars love them so much they just dont want to let them go. And with this cars strong-running big block, a 4-speed, and a top that goes down, its easy to understand why theyre so beloved. Theres nothing that says summertime better than a big convertible with a big engine, and this handsome Imp wears code C Ermine White better than most. Its not perfect today but a professional buff would really wake up the paint, which is why white is so easy to work with. This car isnt far from being amazing. Better yet, all the bodywork is in excellent shape, with those creases looking sharp enough to give you a paper cut and good gaps that suggest this convertible has led an easy life. White paint accentuates the cars understated good looks and this is a real SS, so the badges on the grille and deck lid are legit and those 396 emblems on the front fenders might constitute a threat in some counties. It continues the Impalas three-element taillight with a stylized version of the look and all the chrome and stainless trim sparkles against the bodywork with a very period-appropriate shine. Its hard to not get attention in this car. The code 813 black bucket seat interior is mostly original save for new seat covers and as an SS, the buckets and console were standard equipment. Its awesome to see a console and a 4-speed in a full-sized cruiser like this, and for being 50 years old, it really looks good. Those new seat covers are in excellent condition with few signs of use and no UV damage, the dash pad hasnt been dried out by the sun, and the back seat looks hardly used. Big, round gauges cover the basics and still look great, and the woodgrained steering wheel helps soften the all-black passenger compartment. You also get an AM/FM radio with a very rare 8-track unit on the center console and a nice black power convertible top with matching boot. In back, theres a cavernous trunk thats neatly finished with a proper mat and a full-sized spare tire with jack assembly. Its powered by its original, numbers-matching 396 cubic inch V8, which, according to the air cleaner is an L35 325 horsepower version. Its been dressed the way the factory intended, with plain valve covers, a single-snorkel air cleaner, and proper decals on top. Chevy Orange paint pops against the satin black engine bay and theres nothing like a big block Chevy V8 for smooth torque production, even in a big ragtop like this. The only upgrades are a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an HEI ignition system, and the power brake booster was recently replaced. The 4-speed manual gearbox is a blast to run through the gears, especially in such a big car, and the rear end seems to have some relatively tall gears in it, so this cruiser just loafs along on the highway. A stock-spec dual exhaust system gives it a bit of a muscular voice but never gets too aggressive and theres still nothing that rides like a full-sized American ragtop. Factory Rally wheels with updated redline radials give it a sporty period look without upsetting the luxury car ride. A big, handsome convertible with V8 power, a 4-speed, and no stories, all at a bargain price. Pretty hard to go wrong with that. Call today!
Were seeing a shift in the market, with Tri-Five Chevys cooling off and the bigger, more substantial-looking 58s heating up. This 1958 Chevrolet Impala hardtop is the ideal car for cruising: flashy, well-sorted, and great to look at, but not so over-restored that you need white gloves to open the door. Powered by a smooth 283 with some upgrades and an automatic transmission, youll love the way it drives so much that youll never want to get out. Beautiful Cashmere Blue is a fantastic choice on a 58. Sure, red was popular, but if youre going big, theres no point in trying to be subtle about it and pastels and the 1950s go together perfectly. The one-year-only styling has aged extremely well, and this top-of-the-line Chevy looks more like a Cadillac than an affordable everymans car. From the big grille to the newly introduced quad headlights to the angular roof line, this car gets just about everything right. It was restored more than a few years ago and its been driven, but it presents extremely well with only a few small flaws that are certainly in line with its age. The doors open and close like the proverbial bank vault, shut lines are tight, and the bright white top makes the car look long and sleek (which it is). Most of the chrome and stainless trim is in good shape, although a few pieces are showing their age and could be refinished to take this car up a notch. Nevertheless, youre going to get noticed in this car! The 58 Chevys are special for more than their looks; the interior with its tri-tone upholstery remains one of the most distinctive looks of the late 50s. Youd think that two shades of blue plus white would be overkill, but in this Impala, it works beautifully, with snug-fitting seat covers, dark blue carpets with a factory-style weave, and that big steering wheel with the chrome insert. Sure, its just as flashy as the bodywork, but its a great look that will never go out of style. Aside from a modern AM/FM/cassette head unit and some discreetly placed A/C vents, its completely stock inside and like the exterior, its been nicely maintained since the restoration was finished. The gauges and dash are crisp and clean, and back seat occupants will be delighted to see that neat lift-up center arm rest. The door panels are beautifully designed with anodized panels and red-toned armrests that look like jet exhausts, and the trunk is correctly finished with a rubber mat, full-sized spare tire, and jack assembly. We believe the 283 cubic inch V8 under the hood is the cars original engine, but in 1958, numbers-matching wasnt a thing. Its topped by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, making it a great choice for cruising. Its not totally correct, what with the finned Edelbrock dress-up kit, but its mechanically excellent and bulletproof reliable. Also note the upgraded alternator, power steering, as well as a modern master cylinder on the firewall. It starts easily and pulls the car around with a big dose of low-end torque, and the 3-speed TH350 automatic transmission is a reliable servant. A burbling dual exhaust has just enough attitude to remind everyone that this was a hot car back in the day and the mostly original chassis shows evidence of use but no signs of trouble. Fresh 14-inch BFGoodrich whitewall radials handle great and give the car a proper 50s look. Nicely restored and ready to enjoy, this is a smart buy that should continue to appreciate while you enjoy it. Call today!
Combat ready. Dont dismiss this super nasty 1979 Chevrolet Impala just because it has four doors, because inside youll find heavy-duty hardware, a custom big block engine, and the kind of firepower that allows it to humiliate lesser cars. Its also beautifully built, with more than $125,000 spent on its construction. If you want a show-stopper that also lays down 9.40-second quarter-mile times, look no further. Cars like this are hard to describe in words and pictures; you just have to see them in person to understand. For something this wickedly fast, it sure is beautifully built, with some super straight bodywork. We havent seen one this straight since, well, 1979 and even then, the factory wasnt doing paint anywhere near this well. A few custom mods give it a predatory look, starting with that tall cowl-induction hood, but also include the bumpers tucked in tight to the bodywork, a blanked grille opening, and that beautiful two-tone paint. With a red stripe separating the black and charcoal gray, it almost looks elegant, and we love how they kept the original marker lights, emblems, and door handles. Its almost like you could walk out, get in, and drive it to work, and technically, it is street-able. Too cool! The interior is, of course, a racers environment, but they didnt skimp on the quality. Youll find both factory bench seats still in place, although the X-brace on the cage pretty much makes the rear seat cosmetic. But with original door panels, full carpets (with floor mats!), and a factory dash, it certainly feels familiar even with all the race gear around you. Theres a fat steering wheel with a transmission brake button, a custom ratcheting shifter on the transmission tunnel, and a custom switch panel just to the drivers right. Factory gauges dont tell you anything, but its augmented with Auto Meter dials on the steering column. 5-point harnesses, the full cage (NHRA certified and good to go through 2021!), and a cooling fan for the driver are the kinds of things that show professionals were at work here and even the windows go up and down like they should. Heck, the trunk is still big enough for a family vacation, even with dual 16-volt batteries stashed back there. Those dual batteries are probably mandatory for the brutal Shafiroff-built 555 cubic inch big block Chevy V8, which cost $40,000 (and is a one-off) to build and can be tuned to run on alcohol or gas. It comes with a full spec sheet, but the highlights include a custom MerlinX intake, custom headers, Dart heads, and 14.7:1 compression, which all add up to about 1000 horsepower on the motor alone. The twin snorkel air cleaner looks very much like those used on the 442s in 1969, but everything else is aerospace aluminum and braided stainless. The transmission is a built Ultra Bell PowerGlide thats deadly consistent and a carbon-fiber driveshaft feeds a Dana 60 rear end with Strange 40-spline axles and a spool inside. 4-wheel disc brakes ensure its safe at the big end and the exhaust system sounds brilliant exhaling through the side pipes. The stance is just about ideal, sitting on black powdercoated Weld Pro-Star wheels and 29.5x10.5R15 rear Mickey Thompson rear meats to hook it up. Heavily documented and ridiculously over-built, this is a once-in-a-lifetime car that runs consistent 9-second quarter mile times (and we have the time slips to prove it). Complete with dyno sheets, receipts, and everything else youd need to set it up and run, this Impala is a screaming bargain for the guy who knows what it costs to do it right. Call today!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
No question the 1958 Impala is a landmark automobile, and has rapidly eclipsed its popular Tri-Five siblings in terms of desirability and value. This stunning resto-mod retains everything that was great about the stunning Impala, and adds a few modern conveniences to create what is perhaps the ultimate 50s luxury cruiser. The 58 Impala never looks as good as when its dressed in pastels. With light blue paint and a white roof, it has a pure 50s look that really emphasizes the dramatic one-year-only styling. During the restoration, they took their time so the doors fit extremely well, the gaps are quite good, and all that glittering trim was carefully aligned to give it exactly the look the designers dreamed of in 58. Two-stage urethane creates an high shine that will look this good for years and years, and all the correct Impala logos were faithfully replaced when it was dry. A small fortune was spent on chrome, from the massive bumpers to the delicate fins atop the front fenders to the dual antennas on the rear fenders, all of it is shiny, bright, and in great shape. Very impressive! It has been driven, of course, so perfection isnt the goal, but this is a trophy winner at any local show, especially with the skirts and continental kit out back. Although theres a lot of new stuff under the skin, the interior was restored to factory specifications using blue tri-tone upholstery as original. The beautiful door panels feature blue anodized inserts, and youll note that the big steering wheel was painted to match, complete with white accents like the bodywork. The factory gauges have all been restored, and its possible that the 120 MPH speedometer is no longer just a dream for this car. A/C has been subtly added under the dash, but beyond that its pretty much the way GM built it back in 1958, which was the entire point. The factory AM radio is gone but the AM/FM unit in its place looks pretty authentic, there are correct floor mats for protection, and even the original clock is still in the dash over in front of the passenger. As you can imagine, the back seat is massive and features that trick pop-up armrest, while the equally gigantic trunk is trimmed with a correct mat and includes a CD changer. The top engine in 1958 was a 348 cubic inch V8, instantly recognizable by its W-shaped valve covers. With plenty of dress-up, including a chrome air cleaner and finned aluminum valve covers, it looks as flashy as the rest of the car. Rebuilt 500 miles ago, it was dressed in Chevy Orange paint so theres no question that this is Bowtie muscle. Up top theres an Edelbrock intake manifold and a Holley carburetor, although the original Tri-Power setup is included with the car. The A/C system uses modern components and R134a refrigerant, so its effective and easy to service, and the braking system uses a dual-circuit master cylinder feeding vented front disc brakes for safety. A 3-speed TH350 3-speed automatic transmission spins the original rear end, so its happy around town and on the highway, and the burbling dual exhaust system sounds fantastic blowing through a pair of chrome tips just under the rear bumper. Original wheels and spinner hubcaps give it a retro look and wear fresh wide whitewall radials for better ride and comfort and an authentic look. This is an extremely impressive 58 Impala that captures not only the best of what was possible at the time, but everything that it could be with just a bit of modern technology. Call today!
In 1962, the guy driving this cool turquoise blue Impala SS409 convertible was well and truly The Man. Today, thats still true, and when you hear the not-so-subtle rumble of the 409, slip through the gears of the Muncie 4-speed, and watch all the envious eyes on you as you motor away, youll understand. For the guy who understands performance and style, few cars can compare to the illustrious Impala. This is the kind of car that you can recognize blocks away, whether its the lean Impala convertible profile or the traditional triple taillights that were unique to the Imp. Driving this car is like dating a movie star, and you should be ready for question and answer session every time you stop for gas. The glittering blue paint will stand up to scrutiny, and while it was finished a few years ago, its still in fantastic condition. Its a quality restoration that has just the right look of authenticity, making it a high-quality cruiser thats always properly dressed for an event. Fit and finish are quite good, with doors that fit well without needing to give them a hard slam. The sheetmetal is incredibly straight, so the bright paint is a big bonus, not a demerit, because it shows none of the usual flaws a lesser car might have. Chrome and trim is quite good, including the delicate Impala badges on the quarters and crossed-flag emblems up front with the ever-so-small 409 underneath, just in case the guy in the other lane is really paying attention. The interior is pure 60s style, a blend of conservative patterns and shiny trim that looks awesome today. The Impala is particularly interesting due to its unique blend of performance and luxury, making it a rather stylish gentlemans express. The seats wear reproduction covers with proper button-tufted seat backs, theres new carpeting with embroidered SS-logo floor mats, and the door panels show an artists touch. The instruments in that sweeping engine-turned dash are in good shape, and a trio of auxiliary gauges have been stashed under the dash along with a period tach on the steering column (upgraded to be compatible with the HEI ignition system). A convertible with a 4-speed is quite a find, and it looks especially butch with the bucket seats, as if it doesnt care what people think it should be. It also includes an upgraded AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo head unit with subwoofer in the trunk (you think this car was built this way by accident?) and the trunk itself is neatly finished with a correct mat set. Under the hood youll find Chevys legendary 409 cubic inch V8. A legend of 60s performance, its the ultimate early Impala powerplant. With a pair of Edelbrock 4-barrels on a factory intake manifold, HEI ignition, and a healthy cam, its definitely in combat spec. With a recent tune-up and timing set, it runs superbly, although you need to be sharp for a big horsepower engine like this, because it aint no Toyota. Finned valve covers have a matching air cleaner (the stock air cleaner is included with the car) along with Chevy Orange paint give it a flashy look that youll be eager to show off. Other upgrades include high performance exhaust manifolds, a fresh alternator, and a Flowmaster exhaust system that sounds flat-out awesome. Underneath its highly detailed and extremely clean, packing disc brakes up front that are probably a good idea for a car with this much thrust on tap. The weenie 14-inch wheels and tires are gone, replaced by a set of shiny Torque Thrusts and staggered performance radials. A very pretty car with an unusual powertrain combination, this heavily documented Impala will always be on the A-list. Call today!
It shouldnt be news to anyone that big Impalas like this 1968 hardtop are being snatched up by collectors as quickly as we can find them. V8 power, full-sized comfort, lots of options, and a beautiful, almost artistic look and you have one of the sleeper hits of the last few years. This one is a good, clean car in great colors that will be fun to drive and will undoubtedly attract a lot of attention at shows. Bright red always looks sporty, but on something as big and dramatic as this Impala it makes one heck of a statement. The somewhat formal styling of the hardtop Imp lends itself to bright colors and nobodys going to miss this heavy cruiser. Theres no vinyl top like so many of its siblings, so it has a clean, uncluttered look thats accentuated by the single strip of trim running the entire length of the bodywork. It certainly looks sharp and crisp, particularly the arches over the rear quarters, suggesting that it was a clean car to start with, since this stuff isnt available from the aftermarket. No, its not perfect, but this car has the look of a car that someone has enjoyed and properly maintained. There are still six taillights set into the bright chrome bumper out back, reminding you that this is Chevys top-of-the-line machine. And while most of the trim is original, it remains bright and shiny and its obvious that a lot of extra time went into making everything fit together just right. Basic black is a popular choice that will always look good in a read car. The funky patterned cloth upholstery is a mix of original and replacement pieces, and it has survived the intervening decades in very good shape with just minor fading but no rips or tears in the seat materials plus recent carpets that look good. The instrument panel puts everything in front of the driver, with the wide speedometer augmented with a column-mounted tach and auxiliary gauges under the center stack. The original radio is still in the dash but it is supplanted by a Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit in a neat enclosure underneath. And, of course, you get a massive trunk with full-sized spare, another clue that this car was built for the road. The engine is the original, numbers-matching 327 cubic inch V8 with a few upgrades to make it feel a big more energetic around town. With Chevy Orange paint, it looks pretty correct, but the list of upgrades includes a rebuilt Holley carburetor on a Jegs intake manifold, a fresh electric fuel pump, and a chrome air cleaner. It starts easily and runs smoothly, as youd expect, and with a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power front disc brakes, anyone can get behind the wheel and have some fun. The exhaust system was upgraded to a dual setup, and it gives the car a great small-block note and there appear to be new shocks at the corners. Rally wheels look right and carry big 225/75/15 Khumho radials. These cars are not going to stay under the radar for much longer, and we cant seem to keep them in stock. Dont miss another opportunity and call us today!
The true measure of great cars is their long-term value to collectors. This 1995 Chevrolet Impala SS was special when it was new, but it has only been in the fullness of time that weve learned just how special. As the last rear-wheel-drive, body on frame sedan built by GM, it does hold a place of distinction. But add in a Corvette-sourced LT1 under the hood, an athletic suspension, and that distinctive monochromatic paint job, and you have a slam-dunk of a collector car that STILL sells for close to sticker price 20 years after it went out of production. Special? Youd better believe it. Its probably safe to assume that the guys who bought these cars new realized that they were buying a piece of history. As a result, cars like this 49,676-mile 1995 example are often beautifully preserved. This Black Cherry example is 100% original, with no accidents or panel replacements, and the finish is amazingly well preserved. Credit the cars wonderful condition to clean living with an owner who never used it as a daily driver. Black Cherry is arguably the most desirable Impala SS color and aside from a few signs of age that could be erased with a proper buff, its in awesome shape. Heck, there are barely any marks on the nose, which often takes a brunt of the abuse. Even the blacked-out grille is in great shape, the chin spoiler doesnt show many scuffs from driveway aprons, and all the Impala emblems are factory original. Impressive. The only interior available with the Impala was gray leather with buckets and a console. This one shows only minor signs of use, certainly in line with the mileage, and the leather remains supple and smooth. The back seat still looks brand new, and if there have been more than a handful of passengers back there over the past 20 years, it would be a surprise. The gauges are 100% functional, and it even retains the original Delco AM/FM/CD stereo. The carpets show a little discoloration, but again, nothing that seems out of line for its age and mileage and it would be a mistake to do anything but give them a good cleaning. Of course, everything was included with the SS such as A/C, power windows and locks, and cruise control. And as the last of the full-sized sedans, the trunk is positively massive, still carrying its original spare and an unmarked liner. Power comes from GMs indestructible 5.7 liter LT1 V8, which makes 260 horsepower in the Impala. Mated to a 4-speed automatic, its the same powertrain that struck fear into the hearts of motorists when it lived inside black and white police cruisers. Properly maintained from new, the engine bay looks fresh off the showroom floor, and drives like it should. And unlike many Impalas, this one has not been modified in any way except for a pair of Flowmaster mufflers out back that sound pretty darned wicked. The largely stock condition also suggests that this one has been gently driven and never abused, and it drives like a much younger car. 4-wheel discs were included, as well as a heavy-duty suspension, giving the Impala moves that belie its size and comfort. Four 255/50/17 performance radials have been fitted to the gorgeous 5-spoke alloys, making this car ready to rock immediately. The Impala SS is a rare machine, not just in terms of production, but in that it is a car that instantly created and destroyed a niche market, defined an entire market segment, and signaled the end of an era. That alone ensures collectability, but the fact that it is also a party to drive makes this one to own for yourself. Call today!
Almost 20 years after it went out of production, the Impala SS is still cool. With perfect specimens trading hands for well over sticker price, theyre one of the most stable Chevrolet investments you can make. And if youre just looking for a clean one to drive and enjoy, you wont do better than this clean, unmodified 1996 example. Wearing its factory Dark Gray Green metallic paint (yes, thats the factory name), you can see how straight this Imp really is. Original sheetmetal, straight doors, and very little road rash all contribute to this cars preservation. Having spent its life in the warm, dry southern US, its very clean underneath with the factory paint now some modest signs of living in the sun, which is probably inevitable. From the blacked-out grille to the unique quarter windows, to the body-color Impala SS badges on the quarters, all the unique Impala features remain in place, giving it the same imposing, sinister look it had when it was new. And even though its coming up on 25 years old, it looks quite presentable overall; not perfect, but offering a heck of a bargain at this price. The color is hard to reproduce in our studio, but this on eis correct, dont worry, and its impossible to mistake these big cruisers for anything else on the road. When they styled this one, they got it exactly right. Gray leather was your only choice in an Impala SS, and like the exterior, the upholstery in this one is nicely preserved showing careful use, but no issues. The leather on the drivers seat remains supple with a few comfort marks but no split seams or damage, and everything works as it should. The carpets are original so theyre showing a few minor signs of age, and theyre protected by floor mats that will keep things tidy. The SS offers a full array of instruments, but somehow the instrument panels lens has gotten cloudy, so it should either be polished or replaced, something thatll remove years of age from the cars appearance. The back seat looks almost completely unused, with cavernous legroom and cool embroidered Impala SS emblems on the seat backs. And, as a full-sized American rear-wheel-drive sedan, you know the trunk is positively cavernous, offering correct mouse fur mats, a cargo net, and a spare tire with its own cover. The Corvette-derived LT1 V8 under the hood is one of GMs best powerplants, and this one shows just 55,713 original miles so it runs quite well and will probably continue to do so for quite some time. Making 260 horsepower in Impala guise, the big car moves like a machine half its size. With meticulous maintenance by just two owners, you can buy this one with confidence, too, and know that it is mechanically excellent. The engine bay is exceptionally clean given the cars age and mileage, with factory-style equipment used throughout; there are no questionable aftermarket mods. The 4-speed automatic transmission shifts like it should, and it rumbles through a dual exhaust system that is neither too loud nor luxury car quiet. Most remarkably, this car has not been modified in any way, which is not only easy, but extremely popular with Impala SS enthusiasts. 4-wheel disc brakes are powerful and live behind some of the most beautiful factory-issued alloys ever made, which show no curb rash and wear relatively recent 255/50/17 performance radials. If youve been looking for an SS to drive or to serve as the foundation for a custom build, this is an awesome choice at a great price. Call today!
The 1964 Impala is just as iconic today as it was when it was new. As a testament to their enduring popularity, just watch any music video or check out the garage of a pro athletes home-theyre all rolling in vintage Impalas just like this lovely Ember Red hardtop. Sporting a strong-running 350, automatic transmission, and a fresh paint job that looks fantastic, its next summers best bet for stylish cruising. This is about as close as youre going to get to a brand new 1964 Impala. Virtually everything but the roof and pillars are new: quarters, doors, fenders, hood, all of it is fresh, clean sheetmetal. That means its ultra-clean and ultra-straight, and at this price, it represents something of a bargain. The paint was sprayed as soon as the bodywork was finished, and the brilliant red paint works rather well on the stylish Imps bodywork adding a high-visibility touch that only accentuates the straight lines. The guys who did the work knew what they were doing because there are no obvious signs of the upgrades; the body fits together well, with good gaps, neat trim alignment, and a solid feeling going down the road. All the chrome and stainless trim sparkles and even the side trim is remarkably devoid of parking lot dings. Despite the resto-mod stance and wheels, this Impala has a very authentic look and feel once you get up close and personal. Inside, the original-style red vinyl interior remains in exceptionally good condition. Refreshed at some point, its a nice blend of original styling and reproduction parts that make the Impalas perennial favorites. Both front and rear seats are in excellent condition with new foam underneath, and even the drivers area shows very little wear. Recent carpets are the correct color and weave, and the door panels are neatly detailed pieces that blend right in. A console and T-handle floor shifter were part of the deal on an SS, so theres no reason not to have them here, and it certainly feels right to reach down and rest your hand on the chrome lever. The factory gauges cover the basics and the original AM radio is still in place, but it sadly isnt working (which also means that you can install the system of your choice just in time to go cruising). In back, the cavernous trunk is neatly finished with new floors and fresh mats. Theres a 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood, which is a nice step up from the original 327, and it looks exactly the same! Nicely detailed and obviously well maintained, it runs like a small block Chevy should, with easy road manners and an awesome V8 soundtrack. Its also correctly dressed, with 327 decals on the valve covers, an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor under the factory air cleaner, and a painted intake manifold. Power steering and brakes make it easy to handle, but all the factory-style parts are there, including the single reservoir master cylinder. A big radiator keeps things nice and cool and theres a fresh alternator in place of the factory generator. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well and feeds the original rear end, and while youre under there, please note that the fresh floors, exhaust system, gas tank, shocks, and other components really make this car feel fresh and tight. It has a bit of a rake, just for some attitude, and sits on Rally wheels with 205/70/15 BFGoodrich blackwall radials all around. This Impala is a timeless resto-mod thats also wonderful to drive. Call today!
The market for early 60s Impalas remains strong, and none are so iconic and desirable as the 1964 models. With clean styling, a functional interior, and potent performance thanks to a wide variety of engines under the hood, Chevrolet created an Impala that could be as unique to each buyer as a custom-tailored suit. This very impressive 2-door SS sport coupe (yes it is a real code 14 SS) has been beautifully restored in its original color combination and drives superbly. Finished in its original code 900 Tuxedo Black, this SS stands out among its more common red brothers. Covering straight, clean bodywork, the brilliant black finish looks awesome with just the right amount of gloss, making it easy to believe its 1964 all over again. Those long quarter panels are tough to repair if theyve been damaged, and given how straight this car is, its probably never been rusty or hit. All the chrome and other trim pieces, including the bright metal SS insert running the length of the body, is in excellent condition. Up front, the Impalas grille is undamaged, while out back, all six taillights are bright and clear, including the back-up lamps in the center units. There might be a few minor signs of use, but youre going to love being seen in this car. Inside, its a stunning original code 815 black bucket seat interior. The interiors condition should tell you something about how well-maintained this car has been from new, and it all fits together very nicely with nothing looking too new or too old. The console is original and features the SS-exclusive engine-turned trim that matches the dashboard. Theres also an original center-mounted tachometer (sadly its not operational) along with the basic array of gauges that came with the standard Imp. And, of course, the most notable feature is the big chrome 4-speed shifter, which makes this car a ton of fun to drive. Beautiful SS door panels, very nice black carpets, and an unmarked dash are all evidence of a car that has always been loved. Even the trunk is nicely finished with spatter paint, a full-sized spare, and a correct mat set. The engine is Chevys top seller in 1964, a Turbo-Fire 327 cubic inch V8, which is this cars original, numbers-matching powerplant. Contrasting Chevy Orange paint looks great against the satin black engine bay and there havent been any notable deviations from stock. Thats a factory air cleaner (now chrome plated), original-style hoses and clamps, as well as GM stamped hoses. It was rebuilt to L79 350 horsepower specs, so its absolutely savage on the road yet remains docile and friendly when you hit traffic. Underneath, the chassis was detailed and the floors are finished in black, providing a great background for the new exhaust system. Brakes and suspension have been rebuilt to factory specs, and power steering makes it easy to handle. The suspension is stock, so it has that comfortable big car ride youd expect, and period Torque Thrust wheels carry fat 225/75/15 blackwall radials A lifetime southern car with a great pedigree, this is an opportunity to own a stand-out Impala SS with V8 power that will always be the star of the show. Call today!
RUNS GREAT, EVERYTHING WORKS, COLD AC. TRUE CLASSIC ORIGINAL
1964 Chevy Impala 2 door.Frame off paint and body work, except the hood and deck lid, which I have but need to be painted. No engine or tranny.
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Take a 65 Impala SS and dress it up in a flashy paint job with tons of shiny chrome, set it up on some serious rubber mounted on a set of Coys alloys, and you will definitely get noticed rolling down the street! Back it up with a sweet sounding V8 and you are ready for cruising. Check it out. This is an interesting take on a two-tone paint job. It is dark green on the top, and heavy metallic dark green on the bottom, divided, and highlighted by the custom silver and green stripe that cuts and slashes down the side. Up front it follows the smooth lines of the hood and front fenders, and at the rear, accents the bulging rear fenders. Chrome surrounds the car. Starting up front, a spear of it runs down the center of the hood and points at a polished grill with and Impala SS emblem off to one side flanked by quad headlights and split by a sharp looking multi-section bumper. From the side, the Alloy wheels jump out at you as well as the fender wells and rocker trim that are all dressed out in the shiny stuff. Out back the look is clean with the three round taillights on each side underlined by a trim panel with Chevrolet in script and another Impala SS badge, all underlined by a simple chrome bumper. Open the door and you will find a stock SS Black interior that has been nicely redone and looks brand new. The door panel has pleated upper and lower sections divided by thin chrome piping with an SS badge in the top front. The big bucket seats are pleated in the center with smooth bolsters on the sides and the seat back is trimmed in chrome for a great look. A black two-spoke steering wheel has a semicircular chrome horn ring with a leaping Impala button in the center. The dash has a horizontally oriented speedometer flanked by two round gauge clusters. The one on the left holds the fuel, water temperature, oil pressure and volt gauge, while the one on the right is the tachometer. It is underlined by a band of machined metal that contains the control knobs along with the ignition switch. A chrome T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission rises out of the center console that has a nice storage compartment in it. Pop the hood and you will find an HD suffix code, 327 High Performance 327 V8 nestled down in a nicely detailed out, neat and clean engine bay. A polished air topper sends fresh clean air to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and a Weiand intake manifold. Finned valve covers look good and help with oil cooling and red plug wires get the spark where it needs to be. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and heading to dual Flowmaster mufflers. There is a new brake booster and master cylinder as well as other signs of good routine maintenance. Power flows back through a two-speed Powerglide transmission to the rear wheels mounted on coil springs and located by trailing arms. Up front power steering works through control arms and coil springs with a beefy sway bar to make this car handle well. Of course, that is also helped by the 255/40ZR18 tires on the front and 315/35R20s on the rear mounted on those Coys alloy wheels. This car looks good, sounds good, and is a comfortable cruiser. Come on down and check it out.
Get ready for cruising the boulevard or checking out the car shows by coming down and checking out this beautiful Impala SS convertible. Being a full sized hot-rod means that you can load it up with friends for some fun on cruise night or both friends and luggage too for a road trip. Looking good in its factory correct Lemonwood Yellow, this car is ready to roll. The smooth body lines start with a slight angle back at the leading edge of the front fenders and flare out a bit as they flow up and over the rear fenders. Crossed racing flags with 396 Turbo Jet as well as Super Sport in script appear on the front fenders. A stylish chrome grill holds quad headlights and a Chevrolet Impala SS badge underlined by a sharp looking chrome bumper. A line of chrome trim looks great running down the full length of the car and the wheel wells and rocker panels also get dressed out in chrome. The triple taillights on this 66 continue an Impala character trait started in 58 and look great as they pick up that chrome side trim and tie it nicely together from side to side. The large trunk has plenty of room for lots of luggage even with the power operated black convertible top folded down into it, so go ahead, load up and head out with this car. Open the door, one that is plenty big enough for easy entry into the back seat too, and you will find an interior that is dressed out in the perfect balance of Black, chrome and brushed metal. The door panel has a long armrest with power window switches at your finger tips and a slash of chrome across the bottom. The black two-spoke steering wheel has a semi-circular chrome horn ring and a leaping Impala center button. A rectangular speedometer is set deep under the shroud of the black dash keeping the sun off of it nicely while accessory controls are set in a brushed metal panel trimmed in chrome that runs from side to side. The ventilation controls in the center include those for A/C and the T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission rises from the long center console. Black Strato-bucket front seats are comfortable and Super Sport vinyl floormats protect the black carpeting. Pop the hood and you will find a rare treat. A numbers matching, 396 cubic inch motor. Staying in character with the factory original color on this car, this engine remains factory original stock. Of course, it produces plenty of torque to get this full-sized SS down the road with plenty of speed and does it while keeping it composure, so why mess with success. The black air cleaner assembly announces it with a 396 Turbo-Jet 325HP sticker while chrome valve covers add a splash of flash. Signs of good maintenance include a new brake booster and master cylinder that put the squeeze on front disc brakes as well as a new radiator. Everything is neat and clean and properly routed including Air conditioning lines that look fresh and are wrapped in protective insulation. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to a 12-bolt rear end. Coil springs front and rear provide a nice ride while matching sway bars at both ends make for a good handling car and SS wheel covers complete the picture on this car. Get ready for summertime fun with the roomy, fast, and rare Impala SS convertible. Come on down and check it out!
After 25 years in a relationship with one person, this car is back on the dating scene looking for someone new to cruise with. It has a timeless sense of style, is smartly dressed, and has kept itself in great shape through all those years so is ready to get fired up to go rock and roll with someone new. Might that be you? Depending on your point of view, this car is wearing either a black evening gown or a black tux. Either way, it looks great in the clean lines the designers cut into its sheet metal and the distinctive look of the wraparound rear window. Referred to as a bubble top, it is rare and very desirable, only available on sport coupes for a few years. Up front, quad headlights framing an eggcrate grill are underlined by a bumper that continues the wraparound theme. A spear of chrome trim starts on the front fender adding a sporty look down the side with an Impala badge within its lines on the rear fender. But the most dramatic lines of this car can be viewed from the rear. The chrome of the spears on each side flow up to meet the top edge of the trunk, then bend down forming a V between an iconic set of triple taillights. Its a look found only on a 61. A simple, straight, clean looking bumper underlines the dramatic sheet metal enhancing the look even further. Open the door and you will find that high style from the 1960s continues in the interior. The door panel is a work of art in red, silver and chrome. The bench seats both front and rear are beautiful upholstered in Red cloth for the seating surface and trimmed with White and Red vinyl. The 2-spoke steering wheel is a dramatic design in two-tone red and white with an Impala badge in the center of its stylized spokes. The dash is neat and clean with a horizontal speedometer underlined by the engine gauges set into a polished aluminum panel with pull knobs and vent controls in a row below it. An AM radio still rests in its original place, but below it, hiding behind the polished aluminum glove box door is a newer radio for your listening pleasure. Below that is a set of Sunpro auxiliary gauges to keep accurate tabs on water temp, voltage, and oil pressure. Open the hood and you will find a healthy 350 cubic inch V8 nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It started life as a 1969 Corvette block which was built up with the addition of a Holley carburetor and aluminum intake. Those are topped by a polished chrome air filter housing and the engine is dressed up with chrome valve covers embossed with Chevrolet Power. Power flows back through a TH400 3-speed trans and Flowmaster mufflers give this car a really nice exhaust tone. Signs of good regular maintenance are evident in the condition of the belts and hoses as well as the cleanliness and condition of the chassis components. A 67 Impala power steering box is one upgrade and a sway bar up front as well as heavy duty shocks all around help the car handle as good as it looks. The rubber meets the road through 251/75R14 white wall tires mounted on steel wheels with center spin hub caps. Stylish, smartly dressed, and ready to roll. What are you waiting for? Call the showroom and set a date to come on down and meet this sweet ride.
1964 Chevrolet Impala SS.It features a 409 power plant, backed by a powerglide automatic transmission. This pristine example of an original SURVIVOR car, with a few modern day upgrades, will have you sayin, shes real fine my 409. Hotchkis front and rear suspension upgrades, with 18/20 chrome torque thrust wheels, with Nitto tires. The slick black paint with an original red interior, also features power window,power steering, power brakes and air conditiioning. It also has a completely new Magnaflow exhaust system.This vehicle has been owned by a Tennessee Titan and also a well know country music icon.
V-8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission, performance upgrades, chrome accessories, headers, dual exhaust with Flowmaster style mufflers, aftermarket tach and gauges, floor shifter, 15" rally wheels.