Full-sized luxury muscle like this 1966 Chevrolet Impala coupe is finally starting to get some real respect. For people who have outgrown little Camaros, the Impala offers spacious accommodations for five and a trunk big enough to carry two weeks'' worth of luggage. For the performance fan with a family, this freshly restored big block Impala is a great alternative. The paint is code D Mist Blue, a popular choice on mid-60s Chevrolets, and it always looks right. On this car, it helps mask the car''s impressive size, giving it a sporty attitude, especially on the pillarless hardtop body. With a restoration that was done on a rotisserie, you know that every panel, ever component, every seam is exactly the way the factory would have done it, and no details have been overlooked. Gaps all around are good, and while the big Imp doesn''t have a lot of chrome and flash, all the right pieces are there. Up front there''s a cleanly restored grille and bright chrome bumper, the rocker panel trim has been polished, and out back the famous three-element Impala taillights have been rendered in horizontal strips, making the car instantly identifiable. A handsome black bucket seat interior is the ideal contrast to the lovely Mist Blue finish, giving this Impala an aggressive personality. The seats have been fully restored, with fresh foam and seat covers that fit extremely well. New black carpets with the proper weave and pile, as well as a pair of new door panels ensure that you won''t be disappointed every time you climb aboard. Behind the lovely thin-rimmed steering wheel, the gauges appear to be in original condition, with only light signs of age on the bright trim. The horseshoe shifter is perhaps the coolest way to shift gears ever devised, and the full-length console remains in excellent condition as well. The massive trunk carries a full-sized spare, yet still has enough room for more than a few suitcases. Moving all this sheetmetal around is a freshly rebuilt 396 cubic inch big block fully dressed in original Chevy Orange livery. It''s a little hotter than the original L35 396/325, and the decal on the chrome air cleaner probably isn''t lying about the horsepower, because this big car hammers effortlessly down the highway. Matching chrome valve covers were a common sight on big blocks of all kinds, and everything is extremely tidy. A big radiator, power steering, and a ton of new components make this a reliable, comfortable cruiser. A TH400 3-speed automatic handles gear swaps, and there''s a fresh dual exhaust system that gives it just the right sound. Finally, factory Rally wheels carry new 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. This car includes a large collection of restoration photos and receipts, so you can see exactly what went into the project. It''s a powerful, fun cruiser that you don''t see very often, and after being restored to this level, all it needs is a new owner. Call today!