We're pretty sure every time people see you in this 1964 Chevrolet Impala, they're going to whistle the tune to Lowrider. After all, this might have cool metallic paint, V8 power, and the classic hardtop profile, but what makes this one some memorable is the adjustable suspension that's so low you can lay it on the ground.
The paint will instantly get you attention. After all, there has been a serious investment in a modern blue and plenty of metallic that makes it pop in the sunlight. So this one has a head turning shine, which is what you want on a car like this. After all, the '64 Impala hardtop is one of the most iconic classics around, so people love to see when someone has made a solid investment in the paint and body. In fact, not only is the full-length trim painted white for extra distinction, but it also showcases how straight the panels are. Traditional brightwork elements like the bumpers, grille, and badging have been good investments to stay shining. It's needed to keep up with the mirror-like glow of those wire wheels.
The black and gray two-tone on the seats has a nice and clean appearance. Plus, the black carpeting, headliner, and button-top door panels give this a uniform look. The vivid exterior blue returns on the dash to make it a focal point of the interior, and there you'll also spot some cleanly installed upgrades that really make this coupe. This includes provisions for air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input, USB input, and a full upgraded speakers with power subwoofers. And below that are the air ride controls that allow you to individually dial-in the ride height you want. So this one loves to get to the car show and then watch jaws drop and as you drop the chassis to the ground.
Under the hood you see the smooth color-match inner fenders, polished air topper, matching valve covers, steel braided hoses, upgraded pulleys, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. So, the engine bay has the right pieces for both show and go. At the center of it all is a 327 cubic-inch small block V8. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, and the motor makes a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. As you look around the car, you're going to see nice upgrades for the special suspension. It includes air bags behind every wheel, tubular A-arms up front, and even three batteries to keep all your equipment going. Plus, you have easy driving features like power steering and power brakes with discs upfront. And if you really want to enjoy this one near or far, you'll love the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
This is the well-done lowrider that all you need to do is drive it out of our showroom and you're instantly memorable. But the only way to do that is be the first one here to claim it. Call today!!!