This 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS is a real-deal Super Sport drop-top
with the correct V8 power and a terrific vintage style. So if you
were looking for a proper cruise that revels in its size and
distinction, you need to check out this SS.
This was a great year for the Impala if you were a fan of '60s
style. The design was further enhanced to deliver the curvy
Coke-bottle profile. You especially see it in the kick-up that
starts after the door and flows all the way to the end of the car.
More than just curves, there were also crisp lines everywhere, like
on top of the front fender and one running the full-length of the
car. Add in terrific-looking chrome bumpers that love to hug the
car's form, and you have a Chevy that was as stylish as a Cadillac.
The factory-correct Marina Blue still knows how to shine in the
sunlight, and when it's time to put the roof up, the newer black
top w/glass rear window has quite a crisp/clean look. The whole car
has a great vintage style, right down to the correct Impala SS
badging. In fact, the only upgrade you might spot are those
American Racing Wheels. They have a classic style like you would
get in '67, but with a larger 17-inch size. So it keeps the
period-correct look while allowing for better modern tires.
If you like the look of the black roof against the paint, then
you'll love powering it down to show off the full black interior.
There was a solid investment here later in life, and the quality
certainly endures. Good upholstery, nice carpeting, and a smooth
dash all make this feel quite inviting. And it gets the vintage
details right, including the trim on the seatbacks and the AM radio
that's still there for display. So this is the kind of car with
plenty of size to carry family and friends, and if they are true
vintage fans, they will be impressed. But you don't need any of
them to have fun. It's a driver-oriented setup with buckets seats,
a center console, classic SS steering wheel, and sporty round
The engine bay continues this attractive full vintage appearance.
After all, we love the look of the bold orange block and matching
Chevrolet-script valve covers radiating from within the dark engine
bay. This stock style is also no accident. The production dates
sync up to show this is likely the original 327 cubic-inch V8 for
this Impala. It has a well-maintained style, right down to
essentials like the newer alternator. And it's topped with a
correct Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor. So it makes for an
all-around well-done powerhouse that loves to run. Plus, you have
the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power
brakes and modern sport tires to make this a fine cruiser.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the attractive SS convertible
that loves to hit the road. So if you love driving a true classic
drop-top, call today!