The Chevrolet Impala is a nameplate that could be found right up to around 2020. Representing Chevy's full-size offering, the Impala debuted for the 1958 model year and ran for seven generations before downsizing to become a mid-sizer. It returned to the full-size segment for the tenth and final generation. For many Americans, the Impala represented spacious, reliable, and value-packed motoring. Naturally, there were sporty variants on offer, too, such as this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible that's for sale right now. The car bears 83,000 miles to date and looks to be in great condition, making it quite a find for the discerning collector or classic car enthusiast.
This particular 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible presents itself in a nice shade of mid-blue that's got just a hint of green about it as well. It's not hard to reminisce about the deep blue sea when viewing this car. The nautical connotations continue when you see its clean white convertible top as well. SS badging and trim elements mark this car out as the SuperSport variant, and it rides on new Coker wheels and tires. Naturally, there's plenty of chrome around, as is expected on a Sixties car. When you step into the reportedly original interior of this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible, you'll be greeted by an inviting cabin featuring front bucket seats, a rear bench seat, and bucketloads of charm. The door cards sport white trim as well as body-colored lower parts, and the dash is in body color as well. Of course, chrome can be seen around the cabin too. You'll also note the period push-button original radio, ventilation controls, and instrument cluster.
The powerplant responsible for propelling all this greatness forwards, as well as backward when required, is a compact 283ci (4.6L) V8. Equipped with an automatic transmission to drive the rear wheels, this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible is a wonderful cruiser to behold. The car comes with independent front suspension, as well as a rear solid axle with coil springs. Power-assisted drum brakes on all four corners mean that there's ample stopping power when required.
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