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The 1967 Chevrolet Impala coupe is the kind of classic we love because it's a classic that looks like it wants to own the road. So check out everything from the long hardtop profile to the V8 power on this full-size sleek machine.
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 form-fitting chrome bumpers, and you have a Chevy that was as stylish as a Cadillac. Plus, there's a terrific sporty look with the sleek roof line, rally wheels, and the addition of a burgundy paint with a nice hint of metallic.
The highly original black interior looks good against the exterior burgundy. And when you look inside, you instantly see the advantage of a full-size coupe. There are two rows of benches for people to spread out and a ton of legroom. And you'll love slipping behind the Impala's classic three-spoke steering wheel. This is a driver-oriented setup that's enhanced further with the addition of a tach and auxiliary gauge trio. And we know you just love the idea of rolling down all the windows and cruising with the pillarless hardtop profile.
Under the hood is proper V8 power. Not only do you have a bold presentation, but also the 327 cubic-inch motor is enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. And the dual exhaust gives this the kind of sweet sound that will make you want to drive all day long. So it's good that this coupe is a particularly smooth running. Plus, you have a Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes to keep you motoring with ease.
This is the kind of big and sleek coupe that's built to cruise. So if you love a hardtop of distinction, call today! (This vehicle currently has a "rebuilt/salvage brand on its title. Please inquire with a salesmen for additional info.)
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