This is a stunning 1964 Chevrolet Impala Hardtop Sport Coupe in Silver Blue metallic paint with blue vinyl and cloth interior. It’s equipped with a 327 cubic inch Turbo Fire V8 with 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission.
The Impala was the second most expensive line for Chevrolet in 1964 with the Impala Super Sport taking the title of the most luxurious and sporty model.
This car is fitted with Deluxe air conditioning which was a $317 option back in 1964. Another option we see on this car is the wire wheel covers, also known as spinner caps and originally cost $43.
There is plenty of bright-work on the exterior and a nice touch is the petrol filler cap surround, actually designed to protect the paint from the nozzle when filling with gas.
There are no production figures for this exact model as Chevrolet only recorded body style numbers across all models. However, a total of 442,292 Sport Coupes were made.