The Chevy Impala is a renowned nameplate that has been seen on and off in the market. It was first built across six generations from 1959 to 1985, then resurrected for a seventh generation between 1994 and 1996, and a further three generations saw the light of day from 2000 to 2020. The Sixty-Seven Impala hails from the fourth generation and is most famously seen in black four-door form as 'Baby,' the ride of the Winchester brothers from the hit TV show 'Supernatural.' This 1967 Chevrolet Impala may not be black or a four-door, but it's still a fine American classic that will turn heads wherever you take it. Packing a new engine with a host of upgrades and just 1,000 miles on the new motor, it's ready for a second life with gusto.
This 1967 Chevrolet Impala dresses up in a red paint job, which is fitting for its sportier two-door sport coupe body style. It's got a set of 15-inch Torque Thrust wheels to ride on, wrapped in 235/70 Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires. We are told that the 1/4s have GM factory stampings on them, and there's an upgraded Flowmaster dual exhaust for the new engine to exhale better. The 383 badging on the side of the car gives away the displacement of the new engine, and we must note that a 383 was never a factory option on a fourth-gen Impala, so the badge is a custom job as well. Inside, there's spacious accommodation for four adults in a black-themed cabin with much of the original interior fittings in place. This includes the factory instrument cluster with a tachometer as well. An SS-badged steering wheel is complemented well by the white cueball-esque Hurst gear knob and the factory pedals. The center console hosts a trio of aftermarket white-faced gauges, as well as a retro-modern push-button radio unit and the ventilation system controls. The new radio appears to support USB connectivity as well, judging by the presence of a USB connector lead near the gear lever. You've also got a large trunk for plenty of luggage, making this 1967 Chevrolet Impala a family car candidate if you desire.
This 1967 Chevrolet Impala is powered by a Blueprinted 383ci V8 coupled with a 4-speed M21 manual transmission and a 12-bolt Posi rear end with a 3.53 gear ratio. Opening the hood reveals the custom-detailed engine compartment, and we also see the chrome valve covers and air filter. Furthermore, we are informed that the heads and intake are aluminum, the headers are stainless steel, and there's a 4bbl carb on board. A new battery and aluminum radiator are present too. All this should help the new engine reliably make some impressive power figures, and there's power steering to aid with maneuvering and controlling this beast.
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