|Numbers Matching 327/250HP, True SS Convertible, Private Owner, Muncie 4-Speed, 341 PICTURES and HD VIDEO of my gorgeous True SS 1964 Impala Convertible. This car commands a ton of attention! If youre looking for a turn-key cruiser to take to your local and national shows right away, this car is clean, ready to go, and getting more and more collectible. These are getting harder and harder to find in this condition under $35,000. Most are dealer-owned or selling at auction.
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Call Andy (Private Owner) at home at 407-417-4184 or email@example.com. The car is located in Charlotte, North Carolina and is nicely garage kept. If it says NEW or BRAND NEW in the ad, it was replaced in the last 6 months and I have a receipt for it.
True SS convertible coupe; VIN 41467F215369 (4 1964, 14 Impala SS (V-8), 67 2-Door Convertible, F Flint, Michigan, 215369 Production Sequence)
Numbers Matching R-Code Small block 327/250 HP c.i. engine is original to the car. Rebuilt in 2008 per owner before me but I was not given receipts. Ive driven it on 500+ mile trips to national car shows and its been nothing but excellent for me. I also took pictures when the oil pan was replaced and it looks very clean.
Freshly rebuilt era correct M20 Muncie 4-speed transmission w/ a 2.56 1st gear, Not original; (All new clutch components installed with it including shifter linkages, throwout bearing, pilot bushing, clutch fork, pivot ball, clutch springs, z-bar, and upper and lower clutch rods); Used era correct bell-housing
Stock Rear End Either 3.36 or 3.08 Ratio
As evidenced by the pictures, the white exterior paint is smooth, shines very nicely, and has a lasting first impression, especially set against the red interior. GM seems to have really liked this color combination since it was featured in this exact configuration in dealer catalogs back in 1964 and advertised that way successfully to the public
Edelbrock Performer Series 4-Barrel Carburetor Brand New Factory Unit, Not Rebuilt
Edelbrock Performer Series Aluminum Intake
Edelbrock Chrome Valve Covers & Air Cleaner (K&N Filter)
Edelbrock Chrome Performer Series Fuel Pump Brand New
100 Amp Chrome Alternator Brand New
Duracell Battery w/ 3-year free replacement Brand New
Power steering Brand New Pump & Brackets
Power brakes Brand New Booster; New Front Drums and Shoes
Power convertible top works perfectly - The top itself and plastic window is in excellent condition
Brand new dual 40-series Flowmasters, new aluminized pipes from header back, new chrome tips, give it a better than factory, but appropriate sound for this car
Brand new front and rear coil springs & shocks, front bushings, sway bar links, upper and lower ball joints, and idler arm
Brand new high-torque starter
Hurst competition plus SS shifter w/ brand new linkage kit
Bright, rich, red vinyl interior trim in gorgeous condition with all the standard SS features Bucket seats, SS door panels, SS console, SS dash moldings, and aftermarket SS floor mats
Chrome inside and out is in superb condition, including the standard exterior SS moldings
Original SS hubcaps sit on a set of brand new Cooper Trendsetter radials w/ a 1-inch whitewall (215/75/R14)
Dual side view mirrors (Chevy bowtie)
Vintage AM/FM radio and speakers have a better-than-factory sound
Brand new rear bumper; Front and rear bumper guards
Clear North Carolina title
This car has a ton of new parts not including those listed above. I Easily have $5,000 in receipts in the last year alone! The car is 49 years old and like every car has its flaws and idiosyncrasies the owner doesnt like. Ive provided very detailed pictures and video of the car and am selling as-is. If there is something more that you would like to know about the car that isnt in the ad or the photos or the video, feel free to call me or email me anytime or just come see it in person. Enjoy!