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1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
- Beautifully Restored
- 283ci V8
- Power Glide Automatic Transmission
- Air Conditioning
- 60k Miles Shown
- White Exterior
- White and Blue Interior
The 1964 Impala has become a staple in a number of different sections of car culture, and has cemented its place in pop culture. There is just something about the look of a 1964 Impala that is easy on the eyes. In the form of the Impala SS, the Impala was one of the first muscle cars when Chevrolet offered the large displacement 409ci V8 and stylized "SS" badges on the fenders. As we've seen in car culture, the '64 Impala is perfect for so many enthusiasts, a convertible option was offered, the trunk is large and perfect for hydraulics systems or fuel cells, and whatever style Impala you're into, the interior is spacious and stylish. The 1964 Impala, known by some as a "six-four", seems to be one of the most desirable year Impalas thanks to the handsome styling and the engine options offered at the time. This particular Impala is a beautiful example, which is sure to turn some heads as it glides down the road. The car you are looking at is a 1964 Chevrolet Impala finished in White over a two tone interior, and offering a Powerglide transmission paired with a 283ci V8.
The car's VIN contains "1447" as the second through the fifth digits, which denotes a V8 powered, 2 Door Impala SS. Yes, even without the top of the line 409 engine, you could get a true "SS" that had a smaller engine. This car is finished in White, which has a nice finish and appears to have been professionally applied. What might be considered somewhat elaborate trim can be found in beautiful condition on the exterior. Chrome strips with "engine turned" inserts flow across the body, scalloped chrome rocker panel trim adds some contrast, and chrome bumpers cap off the front and rear of the car. Of course the '64 Impalas are known for the three tail light treatment on either side of the car which is framed by the upper chrome and "engine turned" trim piece just above. The unmistakable Chevrolet script and logo, and the pair of antennas which sit on the rear quarter panels are other exterior highlights of this car.
Slide behind the large two-tone steering wheel of this Impala and you're treated with a birds eye view of the simple, flowing dashboard. A sweeping speedometer, faux -"engine turned" trim, a radio, and a few switches take pride of place on the aqua colored dashboard. A modern Kenwood stereo sits just above the point that the center console makes its way toward the pair of bucket seats away from the firewall. The interior is very well kept offering cream colored bucket seats with matching lap belts, aqua carpeting and rear parcel shelf trim, cream colored headliner, and the iconic Impala logo in the middle of the rear seat.
Under the hood is the 283ci V8 mated to a powerglide transmission which is said to produce 195 horsepower in factory form. Notable items in the engine bay are air conditioning components, power steering, orange painted engine, and an air cleaner that wears a 283ci V8 sticker. The underside of the car is well kept, with the x-frame, dual exhaust, and drum brakes visible.
No matter the section of car culture that you're interested in, you can see the USA in this Chevrolet. This Impala is a beautiful example of an iconic car which many people appreciate. Please call if interested or e-mail with specific questions. Thanks for looking!