According to the Garage Kept Motors listing (the car has a price of $59,900) this white with a red interior 1965 Chevrolet Impala was recreated as a Super Sport clone and was just finished late spring this year, only attending car meets and other auto events during the summer.
It has been equipped with a 409 V8 block featuring some of the best elements available right now on the market – from Ross Racing Forged rods and pistons to an MSD Billet distributor, as well as various Edelbrock and Summit Racing elements, among many others.
The Muncie four-speed transmission is basically new and is also featuring its own host of personal upgrades which comprise a McLeod Clutch or a Hurst competition shifter. The car, naturally, has a custom rear and, while the suspension is a work of (air ride) art on its own. Additionally, the asymmetric Coys C33 18- front and 20-inch rear wheels are completely hiding the uprated CPP brake kit.
Moving inside, the future owner of this example that also benefitted from a first restoration 15 years ago, will find neat touches such as the red backlit Dakota Digital gauges, the matching red headliner, an eight-speaker Retrosound Bluetooth radio / sound system, as well as lots of Kilmat sound deadening material. Sweet, right?