This 1967 Chevrolet Impala Lowrider has a very cool style. You can tell just from the first impression there was a ton invested in custom paint and a custom appearance. And there's a full hydraulic suspension so that you can dial-in any kind of cool stance you want. And as you dig into the details, you'll see this full package is quite thoughtful about being both custom and a true classic. 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 Sports Coupe introduced a fastback roofline that was equal parts elegance and performance. And this one knows exactly how to emphasize it. All Flaked Out is an award-winning paint shop, and they did the custom blue artwork that makes this long roof as appealing as a tropical ocean wave. It's clearcoated in with the full metallic silver paint package to be bright, smooth, and absolutely awesome. A full-width custom grille, deleted emblems, fender skirts, dual aerials, fender spotlights, and detailed pinstriping are all part of the custom style, too. And of course, the wheels make this one stand out. You have bright 13-inch Star Wire wheels. They sit on custom-ordered Diamondback Classic tires that not only have a whitewall, but also a Tiffany Teal band to coordinate with the blue shine coming off the roof. While the exterior has a very thoughtful custom layout, the interior is a different kind of thoughtful. This Impala loves to show off its classic style with the wide bench seat presentation. But when you look at how detailed it is, right down to correct upholstery trim, you can see they made a solid investment to keep it looking vintage. The smooth dash, nice carpeting, good door panels, and a taut headliner give this the feeling of quality. And the three-spoke steering wheel and round dial instruments are a great premium style that never needs updating. There are also some well-integrated upgrades, like the classic heater controls that are a gateway to air conditioning. And while it looks like you have a stock AM radio, the internals have really been converted to a modern Bluetooth receiver. And yes, the 8-track player still works! But since it's hard to hide the full hydraulic suspension setup, they instead decided to have it on full display in the trunk. It's a well-done setup with orderly components and tanks painted to match the awesome exterior. The engine bay follows the interior's style of investments to keep things clean and stock. So you have proper small-block power with an era-correct 283 cubic-inch V8. We have a receipt showing an engine rebuild in 2020. The motor includes a mild cam, new carb, and an electronic distributor. While the adjustable hydraulic suspension is great for showing, this also has upgrades to make it a fine all-around driver. It includes heavy-duty coil springs, KYB gas shocks, a polished four-link rear suspension, and the rear end was rebuilt with a 3.36 gear for better highway cruising. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and an automatic transmission keep you motoring with ease. Part of this eye for vintage history extends to the paperwork. The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, warranty card, dealer invoice, owner's manual, and maintenance records. This is a distinct build that has a ton of added style without ever losing its eye for its legacy. That makes for one of the coolest all-around custom coupes ever. Call today!