Restored back in 2008 by Mooresville, North Carolina’s Precision Paint and Body, this impressive Impala displays rich DuPont 2-stage that simply glistens. Its present owner, missing the black-on-red Impala he piloted during his youth, located the car in August of 2003 and promptly commissioned a ground-up rebuild that included a new frame, a new hood and small patches to solid, original sheetmetal. That metal needed those supplements because bent horns and a buckled bonnet, sustained during a small front-end collision, marked too much of an asterisk on an otherwise quality rebuild. Yet, since that collision happened in the hands of an otherwise responsible owner, the car had been properly shielded in a Winston Salem barn from the worst of North Carolina’s relatively moist weather. Today, better-than-factory fit perfectly centers hinged pieces that move freely and close with a solid thunk. And those thunks are bathed in rich Tuxedo Black pigment that’s been buffed to a spectacular shine. Pop the hood and you’ll find 350 cubic inches of Chevrolet small block that’s dressed as a 327. And thanks to a .030 overbore, it creates roughly 320 horsepower. Torque meets the pavement through a proven Muncie 4-speed, which spins what appears to be a factory-spec rear end. A restored double A-arm front and 3-link rear suspension benefits from fresh Monroe Sensa-Trac shocks. That suspension is turned by a familiar Saginaw gearbox and slowed by big drum brakes. Exhaust creeps from the aforementioned manifolds to throaty Flowmaster mufflers. And all that old school Americana rolls on 15-inch Rallies, which spin 235/70 Kumhos around stainless trim rings and red-detailed Super Sport spinner caps. With a clean restoration, fully sorted mechanicals and more style than pretty much anything on the road, this fully-sorted Impala literally defines the term “strong value”! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
Price in USD: 49900
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