The spotlight for 60s American automotive icons is constantly stolen by the likes of the legendary Ford Mustang, but what if you prefer a refined drive feel that's more laid back? This 1964 Chevrolet Impala 327 with a reported 132,000 miles we have today is an underappreciated 60s icon and is looking for a new owner to cruise with.
While many 60s Chevrolet Impalas are used as a base for low-rider projects, finding one that sports its original features, and iconic body styling is becoming a rarity. That's what makes this 1964 Chevrolet Impala 327 we have today a true diamond in the rough. The pearl color exterior highlights its 60s design cues and showcases how large the car is. A quick walk around and one would note that the car's exterior components are in great shape, with the chrome shining just right and blending in exceptionally well with the car's pearl exterior. While it might not be a low-rider, this car rides low to the ground with a set of Chevrolet hubcaps completing its look. Picture this, you're driving low to the ground in this 1964 Chevrolet Impala 327, the exterior color makes you stand out from the crowd, and all is good with the world. You look around the interior, and the two-tone thee stands out yet keeps that luxurious feel close to heart. The red and white interior is near factory condition, with original features like the bench seats and meter clusters still in place and in excellent condition. You won't have to stop driving when the sun is out, as the current owner reports air conditioning to cool down the cabin.
Standing out and luxury perceptions aside, this 1964 Chevrolet Impala is a fairly large car. Its size, however, is matched to perfection with the performance the 327 V8 powertrain has to offer. Built to be a performance machine, the 327ci powertrain provides a smooth and refined drive feel that matches the low-down drive feel. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
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