CODE 14 TRUE SS IMPALA, AIR RIDE SUSPENSION, SUPER SLICK BLACK PAINT, CLEAN SS!
Chevrolet seemed to make the best hardtops of the 60s. They are legendary for being cool, comfortable, and powerful. But this 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS has something extra special about it. There's extra shine on everything from the alloy wheels to the enhanced V8. And the air ride suspension gives you the kind of low stance that they write songs about.
Impala coupes are highly collectable because the wide shining grille and the broad six taillight arrangement are both true icons of the 60s. These cars received just the right amount of chrome. You can see it perfectly thanks to the mirror-like quality of the bumpers, sleek hood trim, and the sweeping side pieces that seem to accentuate this full-sized coupe. And everyone loves the bright trim that frames the hardtop design. But what really makes this a standout is the paint. That black has the right investment of plenty of clearcoat and a professional hand applying it. So now it rivals the chrome for luster in the sunlight, and at night, every piece of neon seems to reflect off this black mirror. This car is obviously meant to show off, and that's why you have the large Foose alloys that have an aggressive 18/20-inch front/rear stagger. They tuck under the fenders nicely when it's time to drop the air ride suspension to the ground.
As a real code 14 V8 Super Sport, the interior is an upscale place to do business. The brown vinyl looks great against the exterior black, and it has been restored to like-new standards. 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 rear panel are elements that define 1960s class. But it might not be the vintage elements that have you the most excited. The dash is a custom piece that has a new gauge cluster with full readout info, including a tach. And where the factory had a radio, you now have controls for the full air ride suspension. This one still has a stereo, but it's now a powerful JBL system. You control it through an Alpine head unit hidden in the glovebox that also has modern Bluetooth and iPod controls.
This '64 Impala SS was born with a small block V8, but the factory never put in anything that was this mighty or impressive. This Chevy orange block and all those shiny components radiate a powerful message from inside the gloss black engine bay. And the flames etched on the air topper and valve covers are well earned. The V8 has been upgraded with a Weber four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. But don't be too intimidated by this custom's presence to drive it. After all, the three-speed automatic transmission was built for cruising, and the aluminum radiator with dual electric fans keeps everything running cool even in traffic. There's also power steering, performance tires, and four-wheel disc brakes so this one is great to drive even when you're not in lowrider mode.
You've had dreams about a custom build as thorough as this one. So if you were imagining finding one that's turnkey ready for the weekend right now. But there's only one up for grabs, so hurry up and call today!
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- 350 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Automatic
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- Body Style
- 0 (Unknown)
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- Center Console