1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe 1965 SS Used Automatic

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Trim: SS
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1965
Mileage: 55999
VIN: 166375A122924
Color: Green
Engine: 327 V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: United States
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Description for Chevrolet Impala 1965

Take a '65 Impala SS and dress it up in a flashy paint job with tons of shiny chrome, set it up on some serious rubber mounted on a set of Coys alloys, and you will definitely get noticed rolling down the street! Back it up with a sweet sounding V8 and you are ready for cruising. Check it out. This is an interesting take on a two-tone paint job. It is dark green on the top, and heavy metallic dark green on the bottom, divided, and highlighted by the custom silver and green stripe that cuts and slashes down the side. Up front it follows the smooth lines of the hood and front fenders, and at the rear, accents the bulging rear fenders. Chrome surrounds the car. Starting up front, a spear of it runs down the center of the hood and points at a polished grill with and Impala SS emblem off to one side flanked by quad headlights and split by a sharp looking multi-section bumper. From the side, the Alloy wheels jump out at you as well as the fender wells and rocker trim that are all dressed out in the shiny stuff. Out back the look is clean with the three round taillights on each side underlined by a trim panel with Chevrolet in script and another Impala SS badge, all underlined by a simple chrome bumper. Open the door and you will find a stock SS Black interior that has been nicely redone and looks brand new. The door panel has pleated upper and lower sections divided by thin chrome piping with an SS badge in the top front. The big bucket seats are pleated in the center with smooth bolsters on the sides and the seat back is trimmed in chrome for a great look. A black two-spoke steering wheel has a semicircular chrome horn ring with a leaping Impala button in the center. The dash has a horizontally oriented speedometer flanked by two round gauge clusters. The one on the left holds the fuel, water temperature, oil pressure and volt gauge, while the one on the right is the tachometer. It is underlined by a band of machined metal that contains the control knobs along with the ignition switch. A chrome T-handle shifter for the automatic transmission rises out of the center console that has a nice storage compartment in it. Pop the hood and you will find an HD suffix code, 327 High Performance 327 V8 nestled down in a nicely detailed out, neat and clean engine bay. A polished air topper sends fresh clean air to an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and a Weiand intake manifold. Finned valve covers look good and help with oil cooling and red plug wires get the spark where it needs to be. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and heading to dual Flowmaster mufflers. There is a new brake booster and master cylinder as well as other signs of good routine maintenance. Power flows back through a two-speed Powerglide transmission to the rear wheels mounted on coil springs and located by trailing arms. Up front power steering works through control arms and coil springs with a beefy sway bar to make this car handle well. Of course, that is also helped by the 255/40ZR18 tires on the front and 315/35R20s on the rear mounted on those Coys alloy wheels. This car looks good, sounds good, and is a comfortable cruiser. Come on down and check it out.