This 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS boasts quite a lineage. Its model dates back to the late 50s, when Chevy took its design back to the drawing board to equip it with the long, low stance that soon made Impalas a preferred cruiser on the boulevard. Rolling off the assembly line some 65 years later, this descendant ably represents that heritage. Its running great and will pull into its next destination with a factory build sheet on board to confirm its configuration upon hitting the road. This Chevys black exterior remains in its original configuration and its looking pretty sharp, with body panels that blend together nicely and no noticeable dings or dents to mar its appearance. A session at the hands of a skilled detailer can easily take it to an even higher level. It has had the good fortune to have steered clear of any serious collisions during its lifetime - this is confirmed by a clean accident report - so its body moldings and trim are also in good shape and sit just as flush as they did when this car first left the showroom. The lightly tinted windows surrounding the cabin reinforce its factory appearance. As a 94, this Impala also represents the seventh generation of the model, a class that heralded its reintroduction to the US car market after a 9-year hiatus and if you take a closer look, you might notice its relatively low stance - its almost identical to the models concept car that debuted at the 1992 Detroit Auto Show to signal its return. Climb inside and youll see that the light gray interior still presents really well. The upholstery has obviously been well cared for, showing only light wear, with no serious staining to be found on either the front buckets or rear bench seating, and the dash area looks nearly as fresh as it did when this Impala first rolled out. On the drivers side pillar, youll find a trio of functional aftermarket gauges to keep tabs on engine revs, oil pressure and operating temperature, and at the center of the dash, a Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo with both an auxiliary jack and Bluetooth connectivity sits in place of the original to offer plenty of listening options. Additional comfort and convenience features include smooth power steering, air conditioning, power seats, locks, windows and mirrors, and cruise control. The fuel injected 5.7-liter LT1 V8 standing by beneath the hood is in great shape. It idles smoothly, pulls with conviction, and sits in a well-maintained compartment, surrounded by fresh wires and hoses. The engine pairs with a 4-speed automatic 4L60E transmission and exhales into a dual exhaust leading out to an aftermarket muffler that gives this Chevy a nice, throaty sound. Because the Impala SS shares a common lineage to its stablemate the Caprices police configuration, it also features a sport-tuned suspension to give it increased agility, while 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors bring its set of 17 wheels wrapped with Nitto tires showing plenty of tread to fade-resistant stops. With its strong running condition and storied legacy, this 1994 Chevrolet Impala SS would be a great fit for someone who has an appreciation for automotive history and wants a strong running, special edition ride. Call today!