Posts Tagged ‘Chevrolet Impala’

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS with Lots of Features

Mar
13

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS with Lots of Features - Muscle Cars Blog1964 Chevrolet Impala offers full size comfort, full size attitude! Not many cars can swagger as well as a ’64 Impala, and few can carry a screaming orange paint job, full custom interior, an air ride suspension and deep 18” billet rally wheels like this one! If you like cruising in the large lane, piling on mile after mile, read on! This 1964 Chevrolet Impala features bright orange pearl finish, crisp white interior, bulletproof 350ci/Powerglide combination, power steering, front disc brakes, air Ride Technologies air suspension, freshly sorted and detailed mechanicals.

Obviously, the first thing that hits you is the bright orange pearl paint. It’s shiny and VERY attention-grabbing! The roof was painted a contrasting pearl white, and check out the airbrushed Impala logos on the C pillars! The trim is all there and generally very nice. Again, it’s not over the top, but this car was built to cruise! Gaps are nice, while the doors, hood and trunk close nicely. The big billet rally wheels at all four corners steal the show 18 in diameter, custom built for the car, and wrapped in Nitto NT555R high performance tires. The redlines were added by Diamondback tires, and you’ll see they’re so new the stickers are still on ‘em! Click on Read more to get more!

Back to the future as Chevy produces standalone SS

Feb
28

It was more than fitting that the new 2014 Chevrolet SS got its first major outing at Daytona recently. The production model of the company’s latest muscle car may only have been on the infield this time but the first real-wheel drive performance sedan to be released by the company since 1996 is as exciting for some people as the high-octane racing on the oval, where the Nascar Sprint Cup version was making its debut.

Indeed, it was some debut for the Chevy SS – after the new production model paced the racecars at the start, Jimmie Johnson followed up by bringing his Nascar Super Sport over the line for victory in the main event.