Barn Fresh: 1967 Chevrolet Impala

Filed Under (Chevrolet) by Station Wagon Finder on 03-20-2012

Pictures of a dusty car in a cramped storage space lends evidence that this Ebay find 1967 Chevrolet Impala 9 passenger station wagon hasn’t seen the light of day for some time. A good cleaning has revealed a very solid 31,000 mile gem of a car that is said to start right up and purr. No mention is made of how long the Tahoe Turquoise Impala sat but a thorough fluid replacement would be a wise choice to ensure mechanical longevity. Unusual for an Impala is the 4 speed column shift manual transmission and dog dish hubcaps.¬† With the manual transmission, the 283c.i. 190 hp should be adequate power for the big wagon.

As nice as this car looks, some further detailing could really bring it to the next level. Some minor work is needed to fix a few minor scrapes and dings and an easy engine compartment detail would also help.


A 1967-1970 student sticker on the rear bumper still looks fresh 45 years later.
A few minor dings can be seen along with a scrape next to the Impala badge.
The interior look practically untouched. The only signs of wear  are in the carpet where some fading is evident. The seller says the interior still has a new car smell.
A nice collection of original documentation is included.



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