This 1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible lowrider has a very cool style. You can tell just from the first impression there was plenty invested in custom paint and a custom appearance. And as you dig into the details, you\'ll see the right mix of great custom investment and the opportunity to add your personal style to this build. We know exactly why this was the starting point for a full custom exterior style. The 1967 Impala had enhanced curves that loved to utilize the long full-size frame to deliver some terrific lines. Plus, the convertible is a rarer treat we don\'t get to see too much of today. But of course, the first thing that got your attention was the paint. The orange paint has been layered with a ton of metallic and plenty of custom artwork on the hood and trunk. The sunshine gives this sunshine-friendly convertible a showcase for the deep finish and all that metallic radiance. If you\'re looking for areas of personalization or improvement, you can find it in some details, including giving the bumper a polish. But if you know these kinds of cars, it\'s all about impressive paint and impressive details while still never being too perfect to go for a low-and-slow cruise down the road. And so everything from the nice power convertible top to the perfect-size 13-inch wire wheels is all there to make sure this one represents exactly what you imagine when someone says Lowrider. There are a lot of cool things to see inside, and so it\'s fun to open this convertible up to the world. The bright orange and deep black of the upholstery is a full custom setup that\'s tastefully done. You see it in details like the contrast piping and modern Impala logo embroidered in the seatbacks. The side panels are even done to match. You have worthwhile upgrades in place like power front windows and an auxiliary gauge trio under the dash. It\'s even claimed to have (but not proven) to have Snoop Dogg\'s signature on the dash wrap. This one is ready for more personal touches. The value price should leave room in your budget to choose a new color/style for the steering wheel, a stereo system with all the modern amenities, and/or any other custom upgrades. It\'s just a nice feeling to know that with many of the fundamentals already taken care of, you have the luxury of taking the time to personalize this one when you\'re ready. While a Lowrider is known for taking it slow so everyone can see the paint, never mistake that for underpowered. Chevy\'s 350 cubic-inch small block V8 has plenty of torque to move this drop-top with confidence. This is a younger motor that even has additions like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an upgraded intake, an upgraded distributor, and a dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. And the large aluminum radiator is there to help keep things cool when you\'re taking it slow on the streets. Plus, features like power steering and the automatic transmission are there to make this an easier driver. This is a distinct build that has a ton of added style without breaking the bank. So if you\'re looking for a drop-top that gets you remembered, you need to be driving this Impala lowrider. Call today!!!
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