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Impala SS convertible

Year: 1964|Miles: 1,528|Ext: Ember Red|Int: Red|$41,500|

RB Collection is pleased to offer this very nice and attractive 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 2-door convertible. This example is a very desirable model, equipped with the 300 horsepower 327 small block and floor-shift 4-speed manual transmission. The car was benefited with a full restoration executed to a good standard using a 64 Impala redone engine, transmission, and a posi-traction rear end. The Ember Red paint is very good showing no flaws. Exterior trim and bright work are all in very good order with excellent chrome bumpers and bright body trim.
The red interior complements the exterior very well and was fully restored using the correct material. Door and quarter panels are excellent condition and the dash is also in outstanding condition. There are no rips or tears in the upholstery, and the car keeps the AM radio in place. The top works properly and presents in perfect condition.
The 327 engine drove only 1,528 miles after has been redone and runs strongly. The chassis and undercarriage are in very good order as well; very clean, tidy and solid with no corrosion.
This example is a real joy to drive and yet it remains nice enough for casual show and cruise nights. It has seen very limited use in the last decade and has been thoroughly inspected by our in-house experts, making it ready for regular enjoyment.
For more information on this or any other car in our inventory, please contact Alex Ruozzi. We appreciate your interest and welcome your questions, offers, trades and in-person inspections.

Since 1958, Chevrolet’s range-topping passenger car has been the Impala. Originally a trim level for the Bel Air, the Impala became a standalone model in 1959 with coupe, convertible, sedan and wagon body styles available to suit buyer’s needs. The horizontal fins were an iconic signature of the 1959 Impala, but by 1961, the era of the tail fin had passed and the Impala began to evolve into a new and sophisticated style. By the 1964 model year the Impala was restyled to a more rounded, softer look. The signature taillight assembly had an “upside-down U” shaped aluminum trim strip above the taillights, but the individual lights were surrounded by a body-colored panel.

  • 327/300 engine
  • Fully restored including engine
  • Very desirable Impala convertible
  • Ember Red exterior – Red interior