1967 Chevrolet Impala
Car for sale by Celebrity Cars Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada 89139
From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
Classic Car Overview
Celebrity Cars is pleased to offer this numbers matching, rotisserie restored and fully documented 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS427 Sport Coupe, finished in its factory correct (Code C) Ermine White wrapped around a beautiful (Code 873) Red Vinyl Bucket Seat Interior.
Mr. Robert Sam & Ms. Susan Spoon walked into Bob Thomas Chevrolet & Cadillac Co. in Bend Oregon on Halloween night, October 31st, 1970, and purchased this 1967 Chevrolet SS427. She was built @ the Southgate GM Plant and left the factory with ALL of the right options, which makes this sought-after vehicle even more desirable.
Factory options include: 427/385hp Turbojet engine, Muncie M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission, 3.70 Positraction Rear Axle, Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, Strato-Bucket Front Seats, Center Console, Comfortilt Steering Wheel, Front & Rear Bumper Guards, Tinted Glass, AM/FM Radio with Rear Speakers, Rear Mount Antenna, Left Outside Remote Mirror, Mag-Style Wheel Covers and Color Key Floor Mats. Robert & Susan thoroughly enjoyed their Impala SS427 until Mr. Spoon passed away in 1980, at which time the car was put into storage by the surviving family members. The SS427 remained in storage until 1998, when it was sold to Mr. Thomas Moran of Caribou, Maine. At the time of this sale, the actual mileage was just over 26K. Mr. Moran began a comprehensive body-off restoration and found the car to have all of its original body panels, which were completely rust-free, with no signs of any sort of damage whatsoever. The restoration was completed in 2000 and the car was sold shortly thereafter to Kevin Gallop and his wife Ms. Debra Henderson, who enjoyed their Chevrolet Impala SS427 for the next 9 years. A second nut & bolt rotisserie restoration was performed in 2009, which brought the car to its current amazing condition. It now has with 34,947 original miles on the clock. The body on this rare car is laser straight from front to back and the (Code C) Ermine White paint is smooth & shiny like a new car. All of the chrome & bright work is beautiful throughout. This Impala SS427 Sport Coupe is visually stunning from every angle!
The beautifully detailed undercarriage is just as nice as the top, with correct paint daubs, chalk marks and factory stickers. It is quite obvious that countless man-hours were spent making this ultra-rare car worthy of winning top honors at any national level car event. When you slide into the perfect (Code 873) Red Bucket Seat Interior, you will swear that its 1967, and you are sitting on the Dealership showroom floor dreaming away! This interior is simply spectacular from front to back! By far the most popular feature was the round pod type instrumentation used in this 1967 model year. The optional Special Instrumentation Package is very well laid out and features three large round gauges that includes a tachometer, speedometer and clock, with four smaller gauges, two on either side, that consisted of the gas gauge, ammeter, water temperature and oil pressure indicators. The tachometer redlines at 5,500 RPM, which is correct for the 427/385hp motor. With one hand gripping the beautiful Teak Steering. Wheel and the other hand firmly gripping the factory Chrome Shifter, everything just feels right while sitting inside this beautiful 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS427. All of the gauges, lights, blinkers, etc., work perfectly, as you would expect from a car of this caliber. Even the AM/FM radio sounds great and the lighter pops out red-hot! Now, lets get to the good stuff, shall we? Pop open the hood and nestled inside the beautifully detailed engine bay resides the original numbers matching 427/385hp Turbojet engine, with its correct suffix code (T1010IE), as well as the partial VIN stamp. The original numbers matching 427/385hp engine is linked to the original Muncie M21 4-Speed transmission, also stamped with the partial VIN, which feeds power to the original 3.70 Positraction Rear Axle. She fires right up with a flick of the wrist settling into a nice steady idle. When you get her out on the road, it will be hard to wipe the smile off of your face! This SS427 runs & performs beautifully in every way, and is VERY fast! It is the quickest full-size car that I have ever driven, and is an absolute BLAST to drive! The factory Power Steering and factory Power Disc Brakes make driving around town effortless. This beautiful SS427 is as comfortable as it is powerful, a perfect blend of luxury & performance.
Feel free to come down and take a look or give us a call. We welcome pre purchase inspections.
Classic Car ID101028743
Exterior ColorErmine White
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