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Chevrolet : Impala

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  • US $22,600.00
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2008 CHEVROLET IMPALA SS WITH 420 MILES SINCE NEW!!
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About Impala

A successor to the original Chevrolet Bel Air of the 1950s, the Chevrolet Impala is a product of the Chevrolet division of General Motors. It was called as a 'prestige car within the reach of the average American citizen' by Chevrolet's chief engineer, Ed Cole in 1950. The Impala was built upon a basic 6 cylinder engine delivering 115 Horsepower. Its main chassis had hooded headlights, tailfins, wrap-around windshield, and rear fender skirts. The most high-end edition of the Impala was built around a heavy duty 283 cubic-inch V-8 small-block, with an integrated Ramjet Fuel injection system. This engine was capable of producing one horsepower per cubic inch. Several other variants of the car were built using engines of different sizes between the usual 135 HP inline-6 cylinders or a triple carburetor, 5.7 Liters (348 cubic-inches) V8 churning out 315 horsepower, or the newer 6.7 Liters (409 cubic-inches), producing up to 425 hp. All the models featured fuel injection systems as standard attachment. This car could be accelerated from 0 to 60 in 9 seconds with a top speed of over 130 miles an hour. The car became quite famous and gained enormous popularity due to its uniquely styled rear side. The SS emblems on the rear fenders and trunk lid enabled easy identification of the SS. The Impala was discontinued from production in the year 1994. There are many merchandise available based on the design of the 1963 Impala such as key chains, toy models, and pocket hoppers. The 1963 Impala Lowrider Pocket Hopper from Craft House is one such product. It is suitable for kids between the age group of 5 and above. This product has an accurately molded purple plastic body with orange/yellow flame graphics on trunk lid. In addition, it has a gold plated engine parts that protrudes through the hood and gold plated front and rear ends.