1965 Chevrolet Impala SS
If you walked into the Chevrolet showroom in 1965 this Impala SS would have been a stand-out then just as it is today. This is a fully-restored car that you will enjoy driving to shows—or to dinner—this summer in air conditioned comfort.
An Outstanding Car
This 1965 Impala SS has been restored to almost new condition. It is equipped with:
Excellent from Top to Bottom
The color-change paint on this SS is Chevrolet’s Evening Orchid and it looks as nice as it did when it left the showroom.
The chrome and stainless trim is all in excellent condition
The underside is almost show-quality clean.
The white vinyl interior is clean and fresh-looking, and as one would expect, the upholstery is free of rips, holes or separations. The center console has a clock (stuck in 1965) and also houses the floor shift.
All of the safety equipment (lights, wipers and horn) work properly. All of the gauges likewise are functioning.
The 327 cid V-8 starts at the turn of the key and performs as it should: smoothly and with plenty of power.
The console-mounted automatic transmission shifts properly.
The power brakes and steering make this Super Sport a pleasure to drive.
All of the safety features (lights, signals, horn, wipers) of the Impala SS work correctly as do the gauges, speedometer and vacuum boost. The car is equipped with front seat belts for extra safety.
The convenience items include: push button radio (needs attention), power steering and brakes, power windows, padded dash, and, of course, air conditioning that blows cold air to turn the hottest days into a pleasant driving experience.
An Exceptional Original Example of the Famous Impala SS
There one word that can best describe this 1965 SS coupe: EXCEPTIONAL! This is a car that will be equally at home on the show field at judged car shows or just driving around town.
Opening the hood and looking at the 327 V-8 nestled in a near show-quality engine bay is like stepping back to those days when Chevrolet first unveiled its top-of-the-line 1965 Impala SS.
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