The 1967 Chevy Impala SS below is powered by a 350 and bolted to a two speed PowerGlide automatic transmission. The safety features incorporated into the '67 Impala models include side marker lights, front seat outboard shoulder straps and the energy absorbing steering column. This is a popular model- and one enthusiasts are on the lookout to find in fair condition or better condition.
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The 1965 Impala, sold more than one million units and set a new industry record in the process.
The 1962 to '64 Impala were very popular when they were new and are still among the most collectible Chevy's ever produced. The '62 model year the turbo-thrift 230 cu in (3.8 L) is the entry level, but there are three small block V8 engines available as options. The Turbo Fire 283 cu in (4.6 L) is available as well as a 327 which is a bored version of the same engine. The power option is the Turbo Thrust 409 cu in (8.7 L) engine and any of these V8's would be bolted to your choice of a 3 or a 4 speed standard transmission The power option is the Turbo Thrust 409 cu in (8.7 L) engine and any of these V8's would be bolted to your choice of a 3 or a 4 speed standard transmission. The only automatic available this year is the Powerglide.
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