When Chevrolet gave a facelift to the Impala model line in 1965, it
resulted in an all time US Annual sales record that still stands
today with over 1-million cars sold! In 1966, Chevrolet made minor
changes to the body and even after having the Caprice pulled from
the Impala line and turned into its own standalone model, The '66
Impala still sold over 700,000 units! It's easy to understand why
Chevy sold so many over the two year span when you look at examples
like this gorgeous 1966 Chevrolet Impala that sits in our
This amazing piece of American Muscle is powered by the legendary 327 cubic inch small block V8. Under the hood you'll find amenities like Power Steering, power brakes and a 4-speed transmission. Under the hood is fully detailed and the Chevy orange V8 is accented nicely by chrome finned valve covers, chrome air filter and a set of aftermarket headers.
Close the hood and you'll see the Lemonwood Yellow paint that shows very nicely and is a great way to stand out against all the red Mustangs and black Chevelles that are a dime-a-dozen at your local cruise ins. Originally leaving the factory as a blue, today the body panels are extremely straight and its clear it was painted by someone who painstakingly took their time to get the paint just perfect. The body lines aren't wavy and the chromework is in impeccable condition.
The interior is in excellent condition with no rips, wrinkles, warping or cracks in the dash or bench seats. The odometer is showing just over 40k miles, but we are unsure of if that is original or not. Based on the condition of the car, it wouldn't surprise us one bit if that was 40,000 actual miles.
The floor pans and underside are in excellent shape; the bottom looks just as nice as the top. Don't miss out on this Impala! Whether you are looking for the daily classic driver, or something to become the envy of all your friends when you open your garage door, this classic Americana Impala is the perfect fit! Call today.
DOES IT WORK?
Air Conditioning NA
Oil PSI Gauge YES
Temperature Gauge YES
Fuel Gauge YES
Tail Lights YES
Brake Lights YES
Reverse Lights NO
Turn Signals YES
Runs & Drives YES
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