Original 1964 Chevrolet Impala with surprisingly low mileage requires easy restoration
The base offering was once again the 230-horsepower Turbo Thrift 230 (3.7-liter), while the standard V8 was the already popular 283 (4.7-liter) Turbo Fire rated at 195 horsepower.
Optional units included not only a small block of 327 (5.3 liters) with 250 or 300 horsepower, but also a large block of 409 (6.7 liters) with three power outputs, namely 340, 400 and 425 horses.
The Impala we have here might not impress Chevy die-hards with the engine under the hood, but on the other hand, it is hoping to grab everyone’s attention with just about everything else.
This 1964 Impala is an unrestored Impala which is still 100% original, and the eBay seller elpasoconnexion explains that even the paint is the one that came with the car 57 years ago. The interior is also completely original, and whoever ultimately purchases the vehicle will also receive the original owner’s manual and warranty papers.
As you can easily guess, for such an old car there are obviously the typical rust issues, but on the flip side, this Impala still feels pretty solid, needing only small repairs here and there. As said, the engine under the hood isn’t necessarily impressive considering it’s the six-cylinder offered on this model, but it’s still an economical choice that allows anyone to use. this car as a daily driver.
The odometer reading is something you don’t see too often, as this car comes with just over 21,000 miles (under 34,000 km) on the odometer.
This Impala isn’t the cheapest you can find right now, although considering it is a complete 1964 model with everything yet to be restored and fully restored. Originally, the price of $ 15,500 is somehow understandable. However, other offers could also be considered.
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