1968 Chevrolet Impala SS
Coupe Car for sale in Riverside, California 92506
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1968 Chevrolet Impala SS $17,100
One Family Owned. This 1968 Chevrolet Impala 327 SS was purchased new by my uncle, passed through my dad and on to me in June 2016. Its small-block 327 V8 has been rebuilt with a slight .020 over bore, Edelbrock four-barrel 1406 carburetor, intake manifold, and dual exhaust. The car was also given a repaint in a non-original but closely matched color and features redone interior upholstery and newer tires. The car has been maintained well and garage stored when not driven. Paint is non-stock shade of light green, but it appears to be a close approximation to Chevrolet’s Mountain Green that was offered at the time. The paint has a few small imperfections around the bodywork and can be viewed in photos. The chrome bumpers show a few light blemishes and minor dings, the left tail fin cap has some cracking and paint damage, and a spot of rust is noted and photographed on the passenger side rocker panel. It’s is badly bubbled but I’ve poked at it with a screw driver and it’s solid. A matched set of Prestige whitewall tires are about three years old and fitted over steel wheels with correct covers. The two-tone interior has NOS seat upholstery with original carpeting and headliner. A few noted issues include a worn driver’s armrest, some damage on the lower door trim, a crack in the dashboard, and a cracked steering wheel. The left rear window also doesn’t roll down properly and the fuel gauge is not functioning. An A/C conversion to R134 was performed and the system blows cold. Transmission is the upgraded TH400 3-speed automatic out to the rear wheels. The most recent service was completed roughly 1,200 miles ago and included a full fluid change with a new oil and fuel filter and high output starter rebuild.
1968 Chevrolet Impala SS Specifications
Classic Car ID101002286
ConditionVery good, solid driver but paint is not perfect.
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
Seat ColorTwo-Tone Green
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