1967 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon 327 power glide /now with 350 same trans

1967 Chevrolet Impala Impala

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Type: Wagon
Trim: Impala
Year: 1967
Mileage: 72638
Cylinders: 8
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Enid, Oklahoma, United States
Air Conditioning

Description for Chevrolet Impala 1967

I have called the door panels new. I would like to say that they are not reproductions but original takeoffs from another station wagon. Technically they're not new.I have added another picture at the end.
1967 Impala Station Wagon. Solid frame / Rusty panels. New door panels (4,wraped in plastic, not the panels on doors) and new upholstered front bench seat with arm rest included. Has rust above windshield. Has rust both front floorboards, quarter panels. Windshield has 2 stone chips. No other broken glass. Power drum brakes. All windows roll up and down. Engine rebuilt with 20,000 +/- miles on it. Gas tank straps are rusted. No brakes. New exhaust.
The air conditioning worked when I drove it. It has not been disconnected or tampered with. It is complete. The hood is rusting from the inside and has started to come through above the driver's side hinge. Rocker panels are factory red paint and show no signs of softness.
Immediate non refundable PayPal payment of $300 within 24 hours. Add 3% if using credit. Balance must be cleared before removal. Cash is king.
I have owned it since the 90s and it has treated me very well. The engine, 350, has hardened seats in the heads. It does not have the original motor.
The 2-speed Powerglide and differential are original to the car.
Also included are totally rust free drivers side fender, wheel well, and door (oem). Those parts are from a west Texas Biscayne which has different molding than Impalas. The holes for that molding were welded closed and body work done. Same for fender. I painted fender and door the correct body color for this car. I used all PPG products in 2008. Still looks like I did it yesterday although there are a few moving scuffs on door. Black frame paint on new door is dp90 two-part epoxy primer.
I did not wet sand clear coat.
The dents in the driver's door and Fender happened on my watch in a parking lot by a drunkard backing into it and sideswiping his pickup truck into it. The body lines all match up well and no firewall or pillar damage is evident. He just skimmed across the soft metal and pushed it in. No damage to his truck. The wagon was parked and not running at the time I walked out and witnessed it.
I bought it from original owner in Abilene Texas. Went back overseas and stored it in Wisconsin where it became a band equipment hauler for Boondawgle (see utube) between 98 and 06. Not my best plan. That is what salt does to cars. This car needs a frame-off restoration. It is not an easy fix. Good candidate for a big block clone car or donor car. 1st owner said to me that the original 327 motor gave out in the early 70's and the dealership put in another one. This block is stamped V1114 CMM and no vin stamp on that pad. I rebuilt it soon after purchase and drove it on a family trip from Texas to Sacramento California and bac, through the desert even.
There was also an accident and the rear quarter panels we're fixed with Bondo along with the tailgate and repainted. That happened before I owned it. The front fenders, hood, roof, front doors retain their original factory paint. The front fenders are very rusted on the bottoms. Both wheel wells are rusted at the front lower about 6 inches. Front bumper is straight and a candidate for a rechrome. Grill is also nice. The corner eyebrows have been smashed a few times.
The luggage well is in remarkably good condition.
I have no doubt the engine will run. I have started it many times in the last 14 years. Last time was about18 months ago.
HEADS 3932441: J 8 8
1969 and 1970 350ci, 76cc chambers, 1.94/1.50-inch valves.
hardened exhaust seats
CARBURETOR 29202 DH 3408
The starting price? This price is below what I believe it's worth to me in parts. I have other projects that I could use these parts for like the engine and doors interior parts air conditioning system. I would rather see it go as a whole unit and be put back on the road then to be scrapped out. I will try this route first to see if anyone is interested. I will answer any and all questions.If it does not sell I will relist it a few more times to make sure enough people have had a chance to look at it and then I will make other decisions if not sold.
I am not going to try and start it again. The oil needs to be changed and the gas lines cleaned. It IS a good engine.If it does not sell I will relist it a few more times to make sure enough people have had a chance to look at it and then I will make other decisions if not sold. When paid for in full it can stay on my property for a reasonable amount of time for you to arrange transportation at your risk.Thanks for your interest.