It’s a 1964 Impala SS. The difference is the chrome strip. The Impala had a narrow chrome strip that wrapped around the bodyline. My first car was a 1964 Impala SS. I have also had two other 64 Impalas and a 64 Biscayne.
Beautiful clasics shoyld stay orignal no hydraulics no neon under glow just her.
I had a white convertible loved that car 283 cu. in.
Some brilliant styling points in these years. The crease across the top giving an almost ‘soft top’ feel is just so right. And this example is set exactly right. We had two a ’64 sedan and a ’64 wagon. My father really loved the sedan but the whole family loved our wagon.
I came here for the spelling leson…
I’ll take a 59 anyday.
Beautiful ’64 ,unfortunately I would cut it, with 10 switches and 13 inch wheels. …oh yeah!
Now that’s what I call a sharp Impala. I had several ’64’s and loved the styling.
i put a lot of tail lights in them in g.m. oshawa in the 60,s
My brother-in-law had a ’68’ back in 1973 it didn’t look much different from this one, thanks for keeping it original.
Kathy had a 64 & I had a 65.
NOW THAT’s NICE.
This is when chevy ‘s had style.
I’m a die hard FORD fan but I have always been a fan of the ’64 Impalas and I must say she sure is pretty, thanks for not screwing her up with hydrolics.
I had two 65’s. One an Impala SS that I stuffed a 427 into and a wagon with a 327. Fun cars both.
that’s the way it should look, nice setup.
didn’t you have a Impala in the old days?
Not my favorite year Chevy but very nice.
Nothing beats a chevy!
love this car. she is just lovely.
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