The Chevrolet Caprice Impala SS is a legendary name that made a bold return to the roads in the mid-90s. The Impala nameplate hadn’t been seen since the 80s, but it was a well-known symbol of Chevrolet’s flagship sedan. The seventh generation of the Impala SS is arguably its most sought-after variant, with appreciation for the conservative yet menacingly styled four-door sedan growing each year. This 1994 example is finished in black and both the interior and exterior appear to be in remarkably original condition.
The classic three-box styling of the Chevrolet Caprice Impala SS has become an icon in American car design. This example is a perfect representation, the only notable alteration being the 1-inch lowered stance which lends to the menacing vibe that the Impala SS purveys. The interior of this Impala SS remains largely original, including the original radio remaining intact. This example features a digital speed display, with an indicated mileage of just over 69,000 miles.
This 1994 Chevrolet Caprice Impala SS features the legendary LT1 engine. The 5.7-liter (350ci) V8 puts out 260hp. This was good enough for 0-60mph time of 7 seconds—respectable for the day. The Impala SS can do a quarter-mile in 14 seconds at 100mph.