NEW ARRIVAL 1965 IMPALA SS Convertible Chevrolet's full sized Impala new styling for 1965. Chevy's new big car was both elegant and sporty by design. All GM full sized cars switched from the 50's-style X-member frames to the so-called "full-perimeter" frame, which provided superior structural strength and better supported the large new bodies providing a more quiet and comfortable ride. Engine choices remained wide with up to 10 options including the ever famous "409". Among the top of the model production remained the Impala SS with a base price of just over $2,800 for the hardtop coupe. At mid-year 1965, Chevy decided to try the "luxury Impala" idea and added a $200 Caprice option for the Super Sport Sedan which included a more luxurious interior, special trim and a more heavy-duty frame. Chevrolet had done it again and sold more cars . OUR VEHICLE It is powered by its 283 cubic inch V8, power-glide transmission with the shifter in the counsel on the floor between chrome trimmed blue vinyl buckets through rear wheel drive. Looking good in Ermine White (a repaint) and premium blue vinyl buckets it is a good representative of one of Chevrolet's most popular vehicles ever. The Turbo Fire V8 (4.6L) powers through the two speed Power Glide transmission as it should. With the new for '65 full coil suspension our SS cruises smoothly and effortlessly down the highway .The white vinyl convertible top is in excellent condition with no wear spots or leaks. All components in the gauge cluster including fuel,amps, oil and temperature work. Even the manifold pressure gauge, heater and original radio work well. As we were told by the sellers this Impala had ONE repaint due to age and wear,,, and Convertible top was also replaced. True Survivor Car with original body panels, Interior, and Numbers Matching Original Engine and Driveline! Give us a call and don't miss out on this piece of '60's history All-Season Tires, Automatic Transmission, Bucket Seats, Center Console Storage, Dome Lamp, Full-Size Spare Tire, Luxury Package, Power Steering, Spare Tire
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