1967 Chevrolet Impala SS

$24,500
Savings: $24,500

RED

Vinyl

RWD

Automatic

186877S203344

327

40,008

203344

City: N/A / Hwy: N/A Estimated By E.P.A. - Actual Mileage May Vary

Dealership Information

Merchants Auto Group

Sales

369 E Jackson St.

Cicero, IN 46034

317-689-0010

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Vehicle History

Vehicle Details

Merchants Auto Group is pleased to present this 1967 Chevy Impala SS for your consideration at our Cicero, Indiana showroom. Our Impala SS (Super Sport) is a true survivor with matching numbers. The SS badge ended up becoming Chevrolet’s signature of performance. This particular example is a true SS, equipped with a 327 and an automatic transmission. The interior is all original with the exception of the new stereo. In 1967 Chevrolet Impala was redesigned with enhanced Coke Bottle Styling. Impala Sport Coupes had a graceful fastback roof line, which flowed in an unbroken line into the rear deck. In keeping with federal regulations, safety features were built into Impala’s during the 1967 and 1968 model years, including a fully collapsible energy-absorbing steering column, side marker lights, and shoulder belts for closed models. Most engine offerings were carryover from 1966 including the base 250 cubic-inch Turbo Thrift 6 (155 horsepower) and 283 cubic-inch Turbo Fire V-8 (195 horsepower), and optional 275-horsepower 327 cubic-inch Turbo Fire V-8 and 325-horsepower 396 cubic-inch Turbo Jet V-8, with a 385-horsepower 427 cubic-inch Turbo Jet V-8 now the top offering as the high-performance 425-horsepower version of the 427 offered in 1966 was not listed in the 1967 specifications. The two-speed Powerglide automatic was the only shiftless transmission offered with the 250 6 and 283 V-8, but the three-speed Turbo Hydramatic was now available with the 327 V-8 along with the big-block 396 and 427 V-8s. New options for 1967 included front disk brakes (standard with the SS-427 option), stereo 8-track player, fiber optic light monitoring system and vacuum power door locks. Cloth-and-vinyl upholstery was standard in most closed body styles, but all-vinyl upholstery was a new option at extra-cost in several colors on all sedan and coupe body styles (heretofore all-vinyl trim was offered as an option on the Sport Coupe and Sport Sedan hardtop body styles in "black" only since 1963), and remained standard equipment on convertible and station wagon models, again in several colors. All Impala models for 1967 also featured upgraded door panels with carpeting on the lower section. A black four-door version of this vehicle, nicknamed "Baby," is featured prominently in the CW television show Supernatural. It is owned by Dean Winchester and has been in their family for over 40 years. If you have been looking for a real SS you know how hard it is to find one in this condition with impeccable maintenance records. If you like what you see don't wait. To view this 1967 Chevy Impala SS(Super Sport)True Survivor with Matching Numbers in greater detail, including pictures, visit www.magindy.com or visit our Cicero, Indiana showroom located at 369 East Jackson Street. For more information, please call 317-689-0010 or email one of our knowledgeable sales associates at jeff@magindy.com or mike@magindy.com.




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Vehicle Options

  • Actual Miles
  • Air Conditioning : A/C
  • All Original Interior
  • Audio : Am/Fm Stereo
  • Bluetooth
  • Bucket Seats
  • Convertible
  • Extra Keys
  • H.P 327
  • Matching Numbers
  • New Stereo
  • Original Owners Manual
  • True SS
  • True Survivor
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