GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer an icon of Big Iron American Performance, this 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 Convertible. The 4th Generation of the Impala dominated the full size model market with record sales. In 1967, although still considered 4th gen, the Impala was redesigned with enhanced “Coke Bottle” styling with featured Corvette-inspired front and rear fender bulges. Far and away, Chevrolets best selling model, the Impala came in six different forms: 4-door station wagon, 4 door sedan, 4 door hardtop, 2 door hard top, 2 door coupe and the 2 door convertible. The top of the line was the SS 427 Convertible which consisted of the L-36 427 385 horsepower engine and SS trim package. These full size top down cruisers were coveted by many but afforded by few and were known to chew up enormous amounts of pavement in short amounts of time all while delivering a most excellent ride quality.
The 1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible offered here is a true SS 427 according to the owner. This SS 427 Convertible is an absolutely stunning, show quality example. The car was recently treated to a no expense spared, frame off, stripped to bare metal, nut and bolt restoration with extreme attention to detail. Options include: SS Trim Package, Bucket Seats, Console, Automatic Transmission, Tachometer, Clock, Gauges, Tilt Steering Column, Rally Wheels, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Top, Stripe Package, SS Hood, Aluminum Intake, Chrome Valve Covers, Dual Exhaust, Tinted Glass, Chrome Wheel Lip, Glove Box Light, Console Light, Courtesy Light and trunk Light, etc.
Mechanically, the car is powered by its 427 V8 engine, power is transferred via its automatic transmission and delivered by its 12 bolt Posi-traction rear end. The car is currently in turn key, excellent running and driving condition.
Cosmetically, the car is remains a top shelf, concours quality example.
When investing in classic cars, quality matters. The 1967 Impala SS 427 here is outstanding in all areas and will contend in any concours event or show. Documentation includes restoration history, pictures and research material.
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