1996 Impala SS
-under 44,000 Miles on chassis
-5.3 (LM7) LS Motor with LS1 Intake - 79k miles on motor
-4L60E Transmission - 33k miles on Trans
-4.11 gears with Detroit Tru-Trak.
-ABSOLUTELY rust free, I am comfortable saying it is one of the cleanest LS swapped driver SS out there.
-Mint Interior (Minus some wear on the driver carpet)
-1-3/4" BRP Long-tube headers
-Leather-look racing bucket seats on SS power rails, all power features still there, minus recline, which is manual - Stock Seats available.
-Beautiful stock wheels with good rubber
-Just buffed and waxed professionally.
-No codes, fully inspected, registered and driving.
-Fresh rear gear oil change
-New rear window rollers (GM upgraded units)
-Tubular lower rear arms
-New rear pads and rotors
-New Billstein HD shocks in front
-All steering components replaced this week with lifetime parts (Tire rods, adjuster sleeves, centerlink, etc) and alignment done
-Many more parts recently replaced.
This thing is ready to go, no bullshit.
I can takes pics of anything on the car a serious buyer would be interested in seeing before they make the trip to check it out.
-Engine Bay - It's dusty, but you get the idea..
Engine Bay Right Side: Showing stock PCM Location with modified stock PCM holder.
Engine Bay Left:
-Interior:What it needs:
-A driverWhat I would recommend:
-High stall torque Converter to take better advantage of the extra power.
-AC: I never bothered to hook it up, because I would not use it, but I have most, if not all, Impala AC parts that I can include with sale.
-There is a good size scratch on the trunk, been there since before I owned it, never bothered me because I was going to install a Langness and repaint anyway.IN CLOSING:
I honestly don't think you will find a cleaner, low mileage, LS swapped Impala. It is registered, inspected, and on the road. It is a great platform for someone looking to build a performance LS car.
I'm going to ask $12,000 CASH. No trades.
Located in Walpole, NH - Serious inquiries only please.