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1964 Chevrolet Impala Overview
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In 1964, the Super Sport went from being an option package to becoming a series. Choices within the line were limited in terms of trim, but not engine-wise. The offered trims were limited to the sports coupe and convertible, but the engines once again ranged from a 283-ci V8 rated at 170 horsepower all the way to the storied 409 dual four-barrel carburetor rated at 425 horsepower with 425 torque.
1964 saw a drop in 409 sales numbers, with only 8,684 of the engines installed. This makes the '64 409 engine perhaps more of a treasure today than it was when it was taking cars off the line back in the 60s.You Can Put Hydrolics on it witch would make it an A+ car witch would make it a cool looking one
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I have an opportunity to pick up a 1964 Chevy Impala with right hand drive , My Question is,Is this something the factory did in 1964 or was it aftermarket .I heard in late 50s and early 60s they were...