The 1967 Chevrolet Impala was remodeled with improved “Coke bottle” styling which had Corvette-induced front and rear fender prominence. The Impala curves were highly distinct in the 1967 models. In maintaining the federal policy, safety features were integrated in the Impalas in 1967 and also boasted a completely collapsible energy-gripping steering column, shoulder belts and side marker lights for sedans, hardtops and wagons. 1967 Chevy Impala specs in terms of engine weren’t differ much from the previous model.
The Impala was recognized by roof drip cap, bright lower body-side moldings,reveal moldings on hardtops, deck lid center panel accents, bright-side window accents on station wagons and sedans, and black accented taillights. The Chevy Impala 1967 interiors were made of either cloth, vinyl or cloth and vinyl combinations. They also come with full wheel covers. 1967 Chevy Impala convertible was also available, including supersport version.
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1967 Chevy Impala specs
Chevy Impala was a true full size muscle car, equipped with big powerful V8s. Here is the more information about the engines installed in 1967 model year Chevrolet Impala. 1967 Chevy Impala length exceed 213 inches.
1967 Impala engine
The Chevrolet Impala 1967 top engine was a 427-CID V8 rated at 385HP. It was down five-HP from the previous year, and additionally hurting highest power was that the special version of the 427, which was obtainable the year before and turned out 425 horsepower, wasn’t available as an option. Only a single version of the 396 CID V8 engine was available for 1967, and it’s high performance was at 325. 1967 Chevy Impala horsepower rating has wide range from 135 HP to over 400 HP of SS 427 version.
Of all the Chevrolet Impala 1967 produced, most of them were regular Impalas. Approximately 575,600 were manufactured, and this year the Impalas had a base price pegged at $2,740.
1967 Impala SS
The Chevrolet Impala SS 1967 were most likely the most altered models. They turned out less designed than other Impala models, and were defined by a black body-side, black grille accents and rear fender accents. These models were likewise devoid of the bright wheel well trim other Impala models had. The Chevy Impala SS models seemed to be dropping back to more of an appearance option than an extravagant model.
Chevrolet Impala 1967 review showed buyers picked either a Strato-Bench seat with a fold-down center armrest or vinyl bucket seats with a center console. Standard wheel covers remained as the optional full covers on other luxurious Chevrolets, but the centers boasted the “SS” logo encircled by a tri-color ring of white, red and blue. From a total 76,055 Impala SS model manufactured, only 2,124 were bought with RPO Z24, which was a unique performance option that incorporated RPO F41 heavy-duty suspension and other performance features, unlike standard 67 Impala specs,
RPO L36 (385 brake horsepower (287 kW) Turbo-Jet 427-cubic-inch (7.0 L) V8 1967 Chevy Impala engine, with a unique trim option that succeeded the “Impala SS” badges with bigger “SS427″ emblems placed on the front grille and rear trim. Chevrolet marketed them as “Chevrolet SS427 ” discarding the Impala name. The Z24 package also incorporated a unique hood with false chrome-plated intake. Special SS427 badging, on the outside and inside, was the rule, but sales were low, because muscle car devotees were in search of big-block intermediates, like the Chevelle SS396 model.
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The Chevy Impala SS sales were dropping quickly. Approximately 74,000 were produced, down from almost 120,000 the year before. The SS had a base price of about $2,898.