1961 Chevrolet Impala
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Stk#024 1961 Chevrolet Impala SS Clone-REDUCED FROM $45,000
Fresh off its 4th Hot Rod Power Tour & Cruisin the Coast this car has 17,000 miles and was built in 2014. It has a laminate wiring diagram.
Painted Red with body side molding that is like new, front & rear bumpers are like new. Door handles, grill, all the window trim, window rubber and felt, wiper arm, emblems, dual rear antennas, tail lights, trunk trim are all like new. Top ornaments like new. All the glass is good. Red painted steel rims with dog dish hubcaps like new. CCP front disc brake conversion SSBC-CCP front sway bar, CCP heavy duty coil springs, Goodyear Eagle Sport tires, 225/50R17 front, 245/50R17 rear are all newer. Good looker.
Bench seat with red cloth and red / white vinyl edges, red and silver door panels, white head liner and sun visor, red carpet with black specks all like new. Red kick panels, red package tray, window cranks and door handles are good. Red dash, chrome tilt column with automatic on column, red half wrapped leather Billet steering wheel, seat belts, sill plates like new, Vintage heat & A/C, Lokar column shift kit. Looks good inside.
Powered by a LS3 engine and was new when put in. 4L85E transmission with Supermatic kit installed, 9" Currie rear end, 3:50 Traklok Posi-2800-3400 stall converter Chevy Performance. Hydro Booster master cylinder, inland drive shaft, LS muscle car oil pan, power steering cooler, LS engine controller, LS transmission controller, LS cold air intake, new motor mounts, radiator and fan module, GGSS340 Walboro 255 fuel pump, fuel tank, fuel tank sending unit, Corvette front accessory drive kit. Kwik Performance A/C bracket, Sanden SD7 '709' style heavy duty compressor, 605 power steering box, CCP radiator overflow tank, rear upper arms and panhard bar kit, conversion oil pan kit F-Body, Spohn lower rear arms, aluminum radiator, electric fan, Lokar transmission line, Blue Top Optima battery moved to trunk, Pop open trunk. Very nice build, runs and drives good and handles great!