1965 Chevrolet SS Sport Coupe 327 V8 Turbo-Fire 300HP Powerglide

1965 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Type: Coupe
Trim: Super Sport
Year: 1965
Mileage: 83,000
VIN: 166375L199462
Color: Yellow - Originally Orange
Engine: 327 V8 with a Factory Four Barrel Carb
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Eden, Utah, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
Enquire

Description for Chevrolet Impala 1965

1965 Chevrolet Super Sport Coupe 327 V8 Turbo-Fire 300 HP with Powerglide. This is an almost rust free Arizona Chevrolet. I found it in Page, Arizona. It has been in Arizona since new. It is currently registered through June 2018. I have a clear title in my name, and the reserve is very low. I will list the good and bad aspects of my car, and if you have any questions, please give me a call. My phone number is (801) 745-5835. My name is Bob, and I highly value my reputation on Ebay. The good aspects: 1. My Super Sport is almost rust free. The photos show that the floors are dry and rust free. The body, including the rocker panels and frame, are dry and in good shape. All of the glass is good and in place. The doors, hood and trunk align and open and close properly. It comes with two sets of keys and the doors and trunk locks work. 2. The original 327 V8 with the four barrel carburetor runs good, starts easily, doesn't smoke or make any unusual sounds. It has dual exhausts. 3. The drive train works properly. It runs and drives good and stops properly. It has a new master cylinder and the brakes have been recently bled. The transmission works good and the car has plenty of power. 4. It has a brand new set of tires with less than 50 miles on them, and a brand newbattery. 5. The power steering works well, doesn't leak, and you can turn the steering wheel with your finger. 6. The car is air-conditioned, and it turns on, but I don' think it will blow cold air. It even has an aftermarket cruse-control installed. 7. The Chevy is very original. It has the original engine and most of the original paint and interior, but the paint and interior are worn and need to be replaced. Again, please look closely at the photos. The bad aspects: 1. The car was parkedfor several years in the dry desert of Arizona. During these years, fine dusty red sand blew over the car, off and on, during the years it was sitting. I have cleaned the car, but it still has a lot of places where the dust has gathered. The dust has not hurt anything, but it still needs a thorough cleaning. I took the driver's side door panel off to remove the dust from the window cranks and they work good. 2. The body is straight, but needs paint. There is surface rust, but no serious rust issues. I have taken photos of the worst rust issues on the car. There is a rust problem on the driver's side lower rear fender and two small areas in the trunk. Again, please look closely at the photos. The only dent is a small one on the driver's side front top of the fender. It is about the size of a U.S. quarter. 3. The original interior is tattered and should be replaced. The Arizona heat and dry climate has dried out the dash pad, and the seat seams. The interior is complete, but needs repair. (It is missing thecigarette lighter.) 4. The car can currently be driven and used, but should bethoroughly cleaned, painted, and the interior corrected. If you have questions, please give me a call. Why am I selling the car? I have been an old car nut for over 50 years. In 1963, when my wife and I were first married, we had a 1960 Peerless GT. When our children came, the Peerless GT was not a good family car. I sold it and bought a 1964 Ford. Off and on overthe past 50 years, I have looked for a Peerless GT, but with no luck. The Peerless company only made 325 cars and they are difficult to find. Six months ago, I found a 1959 Peerless for sale in Hannibal, MO. In our mid 70s, my wife and I took a "geriatric roady" and drove the 1200 miles from Utah to Hannibal, MO and bought the Peerless. I've attached photos of my wife standing beside our Peerless in 1963 and of the Peerless we recently purchased in Hannibal just a few months ago. I can't afford to restore the Chevy Super Sport and the Peerless GT. The funds from the sale of the Super Sport will help fund the Peerless restoration.Bob

On Nov-24-17 at 18:51:21 PST, seller added the following information:

There is a typo regarding the exterior color of my 1965 Chevrolet. It was originally Yellow. It was never orange. "Yellow" is the current color and "Yellow" was the original color.