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1964

Chevrolet Impala

Super Sport
$45,900
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Restorations are expensive making this car a relative bargain compared to the cost to make it this nice during the restoration process. If you’re a Chevy nut and want a really sweet factory SS, this is the car for you.

  • Year: 1964
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Impala
  • Submodel: Super Sport
  • Mileage: 32521
  • Color: Black
  • Interior: Black

Finished in Tuxedo Black over a black interior, this 1964 Chevy Impala SS has had a complete frame off restoration and is ready to show. This Impala is a 3 owner car since new and had an award-winning restoration performed by Show Me Auto Body in Pacific, MO.  

 

This Impala is a genuine 1447 code V8 Super Sport from the factory. If you’re not familiar, 1447 are the first 4 digits of the VIN and reserved only for factory Super Sport cars with the V8. The Impala is finished in the trim tag correct Tuxedo black(900) over a black vinyl bucket seat(815) interior. The 815 code was also reserved only for factory SS cars.

 

Options:

 

Factory Impala SS

Bucket Seats

Tach

Console

Power steering

Power brakes

327 CI engine

Powerglide

 

The Impala underwent a bare metal re-finish resulting in a show quality Tuxedo black paint job. The paint is two stages with a skillfully sanded and buffed finish. The clear coat is slick and smooth without all the orange peel found in modern automobiles. Also new is all of the chrome and trim. All of the “turned” brightwork down the sides and on the back of the car is in mint condition as it the stainless surrounding it. The wing windows have been restored as have all the stainless surrounding all of the windows. The glass is in excellent condition and all of the rubber has been replaced from front to rear.

 

Pop open the door and you’ll find a completely restored interior with all new soft parts. The SS has factory buckets, console and the gauge cluster has been fully restored and all of the stainless trim is new as well.

 

The 327 Turbo Fire has been rebuilt to over 300 HP and flows through the factory exhaust manifolds and dual aluminized exhaust. The exhaust note is nice and mellow, and the engine kicks right over and falls into a smooth idle. The Impala has just over 5000 miles since the restoration so it’s all dialed in a very reliable. With the power steering and power brakes, it’s easy to drive and the PowerGlide tranny is smooth.

 

Restorations are expensive making this car a relative bargain compared to the cost to make it this nice during the restoration process. If you’re a Chevy nut and want a really sweet factory SS, this is the car for you.