The 1963 Chevrolet Impala was built for a time when everyone knew the Saturday night cruising spot. It was when the right mix of bright chrome, clean lines, and enough space for the basketball team starters was the recipe for the kind of car that could win the night. This SS tribute leans into that history by giving this coupe upgraded small block power, four-on-the-floor, a Bluetooth radio, and plenty more fun driver-ready updates. So it has the shining look of an icon and the right upgrades .....
to make sure it can be a vintage cruiser that also has a modern appeal.
*Glossy white paint
*Extra bright chrome bumpers
*Clean glass, good weather-stripping, well-fitting panels, and doors that close with confidence give this a quality first impressionn
*Bold full red interior looks great against the exterior white
*Nice details everywhere from the button-top seatbacks to the working C-pillar lights
*Upgraded retro-style AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth
*Nice driver's setup with front bucket seats, classic tach, upgraded auxiliary readouts, and a Hurst shifter
*350 cubic-inch crate V8 with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor on top
*Champion aluminum radiator with large electric fan
*Four-speed manual transmission
*Power brakes with front discs
This is true Americana. It has the kind of clean and shining style that made boulevard kings back in the day and a head-turner at cruiser-ins now. It doesn't try to get too fancy like a restomod. Because while there's nothing wrong with those, this one likes to be a bit more old-school in its style. It even has dual aerials on the rear. Instead, this is just unpretentious in its stylishness, and so you shouldn't be surprised when everyone wants to go for a ride. Call today!!!