Today we have a real Impala Super Sport that has undergone a top-notch overhaul, and this gorgeous cruiser has shown to be a long-distance performer. From laid-back appearances to lengthy looks, the vehicle exudes a sense of worth that comes from countless hard hours at the office and legitimate credit card bills. The body of the car sets the standard for what’s to come from the rest of the form, with its straight boards and excellent board fitting.
What makes it even more unusual is that everything is enhanced by a silky 2-stage process that would have been unfathomable in the world of large-scale production in 1965. An even six liters of proven GM LS2 tuned by RPM Motorsports in Garner, North Carolina, transforms 378 back tire drive into 329 lb./ft. of rear tire force! We have a proven 4L65E 4-speed channel force to an extreme 10-jolt hub behind that plant.
With cylindrical control arms, strong influence bars, and 2-inch drop axles, the drivetrain sits on a lowered and reconstructed suspension. Wilwood calipers with four and six cylinders snap a group of four bored and opened rotors to provide stops.
All of this technical brilliance is propelled by Ridler haggles Goodrich g-Force Sports, which are chrome coated. Between the entryways, a special cockpit is focused on Modern, with Impala-marked pails that component power change for the vehicle’s driver. Dakota Digital VHX telemetry is suspended above equipment for the vehicle’s cutting-edge cooling by a Deep Blue scramble.
We have a full-length custom support built around a stylish Lokar shifter and modern Kenwood sound. Fronting a full set of force-worked windows are custom-made “Impala” entrance boards.