Frank Sinatra has always been recognized as an icon for a generation, so when Smerlin Pena of Miami, Florida, was asked what to name his iconic 1964 Chevy Impala, the name seemed to fit perfectly.Browsing through auto classifieds while painting a house, he wrote down the phone number of the owner on a piece of wood alongside the house. He later called the owner and went to look at the Chevy.
After examining the car he found out that it was a bit out of his price range. He waited for another two months to save up and when he was ready to get the Impala, it was no longer listed in the same classifieds.
Vehicle Year/Make/Model: 1964 Chevrolet Impala
City/State: Miami, Fl
Engine: 350 with a 350 turbo transmission, all accessories of the original 283 are included to make it look stock
Body/Paint: Alfredo added P1 Silver. Patterns were done by Keoni Teixiera using gold, silver, red, and gray in a Polynesian style
Setup: Reds Miami installed the three-pump, four-dump hydraulic setup. Martian added hard lines.
Sound System: Acrylic Concept added the custom enclosure with two 10-inch Kicker subwoofers, JL Audio amps, and a Sony head unit
Interior: Mario Bross Custom Interiors restored the cabin to stock