1967 ChevroletImpala2 Dr Hardtop52,297 MilesCreamSedan275-horsepower 327 cubic-i

1967 Chevrolet Impala 2 Dr Hardtop

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
SubModel: 2 Dr Hardtop
Type: Sedan
Trim: 2 Dr Hardtop
Year: 1967
Mileage: 52297
VIN: 164877L155668
Color: Cream
Engine: 275-horsepower 327 cubic-inch Turbo Fire V-8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: College Place, Washington, United States
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ABOUT THIS CARThe owner describes this ’67 Impala Hard-Top as a “very nice driver,” with a strong drivetrain and clean restored interior. It underwent a partial restoration at different times over the years since his purchase of the car. It has the standard 327-cubic-inch, 275 HP Turbo-Fire 5.4 ltr V-8 engine and automatic transmission. The seller says the car is a solid driver with some cosmetic attention required to bring the car to the next level mainly with surface rust in various areas of the car as shown in the photos. The owner bought this car in and around the late 1968 with only 2,000 miles from the original owner, who also states the speedometer has turned over twice since from the now 52,297 miles (252,297 mi). The interior has been replaced and engine rebuilt just 52,297 miles ago and also a new cover of paint. Not all was done at the same, but at various stages of ownership. No changes were made to the otherwise complete original car. It is a numbers matching car in every respect. The bones are all correct for further work to make it the perfect 67 Impala for the right person. The 125 photos and the two videos will give you a good idea of the its true condition. In this person's opinion it would be discribed as a 20-30 foot car, approximately the distance from the car the photos were taken. It looks great from the stated distance and drives out very well. Oh, and did I mention it has factory AC that as of this writing and blows cold air? AC was somewhat rare in those days. Now, one must remember it still has the R12 freon and at some point in time will need to be converted, it is my understanding there may be someone with R12. Also of special note for some people is the tilt wheel that works like new.Your welcome to call/text Don at (509) 301-1498 with your questions and to schedule appointment to see and drive the car. History of the 4th Generation Impala's from Wikipedia;The Chevrolet Impala (fourth generation) are full-size automobiles produced by Chevrolet for the 1965 through 1970 model years. The 1965 Impala was all new, while the 1967 and 1969 models featured new bodies on the same redesigned perimeter frame introduced on the 1965 models. All Impalas of this generation received annual facelifts as well, distinguishing each model year. Throughout the early 1960s, Chevrolet's basic body designs became increasingly subtle, while the bright trim that was part of the Impala package added more than a touch of luxury to the look. The same pattern was followed in the interiors, where the best materials and equipment Chevrolet had to offer were displayed. In short, the Impala was on its way to becoming a kind of junior-grade Cadillac, which, for both the company and its customers, was just fine.[3] History[edit]1965[edit] 1965 Impala four-door sedanTotally redesigned in 1965, the Impala set an all-time industry annual sales record of more than 1 million units in the U.S; which has never been bettered. The new full-size Chevys featured dramatically rounded sides, and an all-new front end with new hood contours, curved, frameless side glass (for pillarless models), and sharper angled windshield with newly reshaped vent windows. Sport Coupes wore a sleek semi-fastback roofline, and wheel well moldings were revised. Chevrolet promoted the cars' Wide-Stance design, adhesively bonded windshield, and improved full-coil suspension. A two-tone instrument panel put gauges in a recessed area ahead of the driver. The "X" frame was dropped for a new Girder-Guard full-width perimeter frame which reduced the size of the inside driveline tunnel and redesigned suspension. Two-range Powerglide, as well as Synchro-Mesh 3- and 4-speed manual transmissions were available. The Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission was offered for the first time. As with previous years, Impalas featured more chrome trim inside and out, with pleated tufted upholstery and door panels plus simulated walnut trim on the lower instrument panel.Engine choices included the inline six-cylinder as well as the famous Chevy small-block and big-block V8s. Automatic transmission buyers were given the option of the newly introduced three-range Turbo Hydra-Matic for the newly introduced Mark IV big-block engine, displacing 396 cubic inches. The old 409-cubic-inch (6.7 L) "W" engine was discontinued early in the 1965 model year, so early-production '65s got the 409, available only in four-barrel 340 and 400 horsepower options. The new 396 Turbo Jet V8 was the first General Motors engine to receive the Rochester Quadra-Jet four-barrel carburetor that would become a mainstay until the early 1980s. The new 396 was available as a 325-horsepower version with 10.25 to 1 compression ratio and hydraulic lifters or a high-performance version with 11 to 1 compression ratio, solid lifters and 425 horsepower.For $200, an Impala four-door Sport Sedan could be transformed into an Impala Caprice establishing a name destined for decades of life. Referenced as Regular Production Option Z18, the Caprice option group included a black-out grille, vinyl top with Fleur de lis emblems, unique wheel covers, and narrow sill moldings. The new interiors were the most luxurious ever seen in a Chevrolet, and an array of comfort/convenience features. Specially stitched cloth door panels were accented with simulated walnut, and contour-padded seats wore a combination of fabric and vinyl. All of this aimed to give Chevy buyers a "one-of-a-kind" taste of Cadillac's look and ride. Its sales success prompted Chevrolet to make the V8-only Caprice a full series for 1966.1966[edit] 1966 Impala Sport SedanThe 1966 Impala received only a minor facelift from its predecessor that included a revised horizontal bar grille up front and new triple rectangular taillights that replaced the triple round lights used on full-sized Chevys each year since 1958 with the exception of 1959, and chrome beltline strips were added in response to complaints about parking lot door dings on the clean-lined '65 models. The standard column-shift three-speed manual was now full synchronized, and a new 250-cubic-inch six-cylinder engine replaced the previous 230-cubic-inch six while the 195-horsepower 283-cubic-inch Turbo Fire V-8 remained the base V-8 engine. Optional engines included a 275-horsepower 327-cubic-inch Turbo Fire V-8, the 396-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet V-8 rated at 325 horsepower, or two new 427-cubic-inch Turbo Jet V8s of 390 horsepower with 10.5 to 1 compression ratio and hydraulic lifters or the high performance version rated at 425 horsepower with 11 to 1 compression ratio and solid lifters. A four-speed manual transmission was offered with all V8 engines, while the two-speed Powerglide was the only automatic transmission offered with the six-cylinder engine and 283 and 327-cubic-inch Turbo Fire V8s, and the three-speed Turbo Hydramatic was limited to the 396 and 390-horsepower version of the 427 V-8. The Impala was the #2-selling convertible in the U.S. in 1966, with 38,000 sold.1967[edit] 1967 Impala 4-Door SedanThe 1967 Chevrolet full-size was redesigned with enhanced Coke bottle styling. Dimensions remained roughly the same, still on a 119-inch wheelbase, four inches longer than the mid-size Chevrolet Chevelle. 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 Impalas 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 th