If you want to get noticed then this eye-catching and powerful 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS is sure to stand out.
Impala had a complete revamp for ’67 featuring the popular “Coke bottle” styling you see here.
Taillights once again had triple segmented horizontal styling but didn’t wrap around the body corners as they did in 1966.
Inside, this Impala is fitted with vinyl bucket seats that came as part of the SS package (that also included the center console). Note also the factory AM radio with 8-track tape player.
The Super Sport could be ordered with any engine, even a six cylinder. The base V8 was a 283 cubic inch Turbo Fire and there were various options up to the 427 Turbo-Jet. Inside this Impala is the 385 horsepower version which cost an additional $647 when paired with a Turbo-Hydramatic automatic version.
CHEVROLET OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR 1967
|327 V8 and Powerglide transmission||$393|
Chevrolet produced 575,600 Impalas for the 1967 model year. Of this number only around 18,800 were equipped with six cylinder engines. These numbers cover all Impalas except the wagons.
We do know that Chevrolet managed to sell 76,055 Super Sport Impalas made up of 66,510 Sport Coupes and 9,545 convertibles.
Sales were actually down for Chevrolet in 1967 by around 9 percent. However, Ford sales were down even more which brought Chevrolet back up to the number one sales spot.
Base price for the 250 cubic inch six cylinder was $3,149 and you would have paid an additional $105 for the 283 cubic inch Turbo-Fire base V8 engine (Powerglide automatic transmission came in at another $195).
This ’67 Impala SS 427 is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)