1967 SS 427 Auto, factory air, turbo 400 all matching numbers. Orginial motor in garage. rebuilt with 3000 miles. Car has 502 All done up to the max! around 650 hp goes like hell!! This car is black in and out. very straight. Paint 4 years old no plastic no rust (ever) 502 has $14000 invested in parts 427 30 over mild cam. Willing to sell for right price.
Allen Boutiette <boutiettesab@yahoo.ca>
Tewksbury, Ma - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 10:50:09 (CST)

I have a 1967 SS 427 auto, factory air, turbo 400. All matching numbers. Orginial motor in garage. Rebuilt engine with 3000 miles. Engine in car has 502 all done up to the max around 650 HP. Goes like hell! Willing to sell for right price.
Allen Boutiette <boutiettesab@yahoo.ca>
Tewksbury, Ma - Friday, March 26, 2004 at 10:07:08 (CST)

What a great site for the Impala lover! I own a 67 SS427, almost the twin of the one I ordered new in 1967. Wish I still had the original. Maybe it is out there somewhere.
Bruce Coleman <bcoleman@msig-nm.com>
Belen, New Mexico USA - Thursday, March 25, 2004 at 15:06:41 (CST)

Well what a surprise!!!!! I was just snooping around looking for some other 1967 chevy impala ss427 convertible. WHAT DID I FIND????? MY 67 SS427 CONV!!!! MIKE MUELLER,IF THIS IS YOUR SITE I SURE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU. IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME. If it is not your site i would still like to hear from whoever it belongs to. Thanks for using the photo of my car that was taken in Lakeland,FL sincerely Raymond Donald Springer
Raymond Springer <mardonger@worldnet.att.net>
Perkasie, PA 18944 USA - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 20:16:44 (CST)


One of my favorite sites. I have a 1967 caprice custom coupe with 396, TH400, posi, buckets, tach, power antenna, etc. that is slowly getting restored. I will definitely send pics to you if you like. Thanks for keeping a great website! Noel
Noel <npigeon@incentre.net>
Edmonton, Alberta Canada - Monday, March 22, 2004 at 11:04:51 (CST)

i think thi's site shows the best chevrolet's ever made. i have got a chevy bel air 4 doors sedan from 1970' do you have picture's like this car to ? very good site.
gunther <jozef.defosse@pandora.be>
Hoboken, antwerpen Belgium - Sunday, March 21, 2004 at 09:17:36 (CST)

Great site! Many memories within this site. Thanks for the look back.
Scott
Norwood, Ohio USA - Monday, March 15, 2004 at 12:10:24 (CST)

Just now getting back to working on the "Big Red Car" after taking some time off to divert myself on something else. "The Big Red Car" is a 68 Caprice 4 door hardtop (fastback). New 396/T-400, Air, Hideaway headlights, fiber optics, PW, PL, P-Seat, New Goodyear gatorbacks w/ralley's. A great, fun car with almost as much room as an SUV, but with much more class. Awsome cruiser on road trips. This car may be for sale soon, so keep an eye out.

By the way...THANX for your sacrifice overseas so we can continue to enjoy this kind of thing.

GOD BLESS AMERICA
Rubens Chiluk < rubens.chiluk@usa.net >
  IL USA (thanx to YOU) - Friday, April 02, 2004 at 12:13:32 (CST)

Great site!
I'm in love with fullsize 65-70. My first car was a Belair 68 and I regrettably sold my most recent 65 Impala. I have a complete 1965 396 325hp waiting to be restored. Plan is to find a decent 65 Impala to install it. Preferably an SS.

The pictures on your site of the 68 Biscayne 427 allmost made me change my mind...

Keep it up!
Anders Landström < chevy_65@hotmail.com >
Stockholm, Sweden - Sunday, April 04, 2004 at 08:14:33 (CDT)

Excellent site. I own a 1967 Impala. Unfortunately, it's not a SS. As far as I'm concerned, The 67 427SS was the ultimate muscle car. Keep up the great work.

Ed
Ed Mitch < elmitch@chilitech.net >
Laurelton, Pa USA - Sunday, April 04, 2004 at 15:19:33 (CDT)

I love this web site my friend has a 67 and I fell in love with the sleek coke bottle look. I have always loved chevy cars my first car was a 427 camaro and I know want to find a impala
michael walker < musclecarman66@yahoo.com >
memphis, Tenn. USA - Monday, April 05, 2004 at 15:28:50 (CDT)


Thank you for compiling the data on the various years of SS427 Impalas. It has been a great source of research material.

I own a matching numbers 1968, SS427, L-72, Sport Coupe. It may be a missing link car in that it has the hide-away headlight option. The car was built in Canada where most of the 'suspect' hide-away headlight SS427 cars seemed to have been built. I don't really care all that much if its rare or not, I just like driving it.

Once again, thanks for all the effort you put into this website. I plan on visiting it often.

Happy Easter.

Regards,
Jeff Alke
2004
Jeffrey A. Alke < alke@homewoodsales.com >
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 10:09:40 (CDT)

Awesome web page.  Very well done. 
Jeff Reeder < jareeder68@aol.com >
Avon, IN USA - Wednesday, April 07, 2004 at 12:51:53 (CDT)

Great site.  I own a 1970 Impala convertible with an original 454 (345 HP).  The car is alot of fun to drive and has plenty of power. I bought this car in Indiana and drove it back to Boston - what a great way to see the country.  It is great for carrying the whole family, and it also has no problem smokin' the rear tires when necessary.
Tony Cautela < ACautela@comcast.net >
Boston, MA USA - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 15:50:47 (CDT)


Hello, I reciently bought a near perfect 1969 2 door sport coupe Caprice with the complete history. I have build sheet, protecto plate and every reciept from day 1. It lived in Lodi Ca from build date (11-30-68) to 1975 and then it went to Hawaii until 1991, and went back to Lodi Ca until the service member sold it in 2001. Here we go with the options, and numbers all match as per Chevy by the numbers. L36 (427-390 HP), hideaway headlights, corvette rally wheels, heavy duty suspension to include large disc brakes and large rear sway bar. The car and engine has never been altered in any way and is near perfect. I would like to find out as much as possible about the car. It has a full bench seat with a colume shifter,power steering and brakes. It does not have power windows, seats or door locks, strange options. I am looking to find out how many L36 caprices were built and how many with hideaway headlights, Etc. If anybody out there has that info I would greatly appreaciate that. Thanks ED
Edward Peabody < EPea103110@aol.com >
Fitchburg , Ma USA - Thursday, April 08, 2004 at 21:02:30 (CDT)

 


Really enjoyed the site.  Informative!!  Love those 427's!!!!
Fred Thomas < fredthomasiii@prodigy.net >
Inwood, NY USA - Tuesday, April 13, 2004 at 14:08:42 (CDT)


I think i have a 67 Impala ss 427 convertible. It does not have the hood scoops but has ss impala in all the right places. I have meet Ron Mroz befor and he has seen my car. Did they make a ss 427 convertible? I was told that only  39 were made. Please call me whenever you have time at 708 774 9850 Thank you
                      Rick
Rick Cmunt
Stickney , IL USA - Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 22:25:21 (CDT)


WOW!!! I really like your web site I am looking for a 1969 Chevelle or something close. I will get back with you soon need to look at more parts of your site.   Godfrey
Godfrey Sanchez < gomasanchez@pvtnetworks.net >
San Patricio, New Mexico United States - Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at 11:45:35 (CDT)


I'd crash my BMW/Mercedez, set it on fire...because nothing compares like a fine piece of machinery like the old late 1960 model Chevys.

I used to work in a garage, so it was interesting to see what would come in occasionally.   Euro cars, oh yeah...look real nice, and costs tons o' cash, but after a couple of North American winters:  CRAP!

427 purrs and roars, like no other!

Great site!

Gonna look for a 68' when I get the $.

There are a few around here in Ontario, but I suspect they're being hoarded...can't blame them.

Great site, great photos!
Ray
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Sunday, April 25, 2004 at 15:15:15 (CDT)


Great Site. Keep it going
Mark
Watertown, WI USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 05:53:44 (CDT)


Hi Mark:  I really like your site.  It is very interesting.  I bleed Chevy blue and the Chevelle is my "baby" but I have a great love and respect for the Impala as well.  My parents owned a 1969 Impala Custom with the 300 hp 350 ci engine.  I was so excited when they bought that car.  I was only 15 years old at the time.  It had a black vinal top, red exterior and interior.  It was a nice car.  When they decided to buy a 1976 Monte Carlo, I bought the Impala from them.  I really enjoyed that car.  I drove it for 3 years and it needed some serious body work done on it and I didn't have any place to store it so I sadly sold it.  I eventually bought the fueler heads from the people that I sold it to when they parted it out.  I am going to have a 350 engine from a '70 Malibu rebuilt and put the fuelers on it. 

I think that the '69 Impala is the best looking year.  It has a tough looking front end with the legendary triple tail lights combination.  I especially liked the 1968-70 tail lights in the bumpers.  I like the look of the rectangular shaped tail lights of the '69 Impala.  It was a very sweet looking car inside and out.

I hope to find a red, white or blue (I am just an all american guy) '69 Impala SS 427 to show.  I have been keeping my eyes out looking for one and if I can just be patient, I know that I will find a sweetheart.

I will look on your site periodically to see what you have for sale.

Once again I really enjoyed your site and keep up the good work.

Doug
Doug < Silverado1979@att.net >
Bountiful, Utah USA - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 at 09:02:26 (CDT)


Great Site! As a new owner of a 1967 SS (only a 327) Impala, I have found the site very informative
Tim < timanddina@hotmail.com >
Munster, IN 46321 - Sunday, May 02, 2004 at 13:16:28 (CDT)


I've got My Own 69 Impala And It rocks. It is a 327 3 on the tree and let me tell you it is fast. Really, It could smoke almost all of those little kiddie cars on the road today.
          Minion
Will Boller < minion88@e ->
Bedford, Texas U.S.A - Friday, May 14, 2004 at 13:05:47 (CDT)

I loved your site. I'm wanting to find a 67-69 impala in good condition with a 396 or 427. I love the look of them and am glad to see the enthusiasm of this site. Keep up the good work!!!!
stan yakel
glendive, montana usa - Sunday, May 23, 2004 at 14:54:48 (CDT)

THIS HAS GOT TO BE THE BEST SITE FOR CARS ON THE INTERNET. GREAT JOB !!! YOU HAVE SOME OF THE RAREST CARS EVER MADE IN HERE. I ESPECIALLY ENJOY THE SS427'S AND THE 427 BISCAYNES. I REMEMBER SEEING THEM AROUND BACK IN THE 60'S LIKE IT WAS YESTERDAY. THE PHOTOS MAKE GREAT WALLPAPER, GOOD CLEAR PICTURES. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND CAN'T WAIT TO SEE MORE.
DAVID JONES
  - Friday, May 28, 2004 at 17:40:47 (CDT)

Excellent website - the photo gallery convinced me to buy a 68 convertible - which I did on ebay yesterday.  Not an SS, but a nice low mileage car.  I'm 6'7" and am tired of fitting myself into corvettes, camaros, etc.  thanks for the website and information.
Dave
Dave Goodbread < davegood@knology.net >
Augusta, Georgia US - Monday, May 31, 2004 at 10:38:38 (CDT)

 


Just found your site today; very nice!! I'm purchasing a 1969 Impala with a 327 and wanted some pics. to refresh my memory. The car has been in storage for 17 years and is owned by the 2nd owner who puchased it in June 1974. The car is absolutely stock w/15" rallies, cloth bench seat, and fresh paint in the stock colour. The real kicker, I will know the complete history of this car and I'll have only paid $2000.00 CAN!!
               Cheers
Phill Holmes < pholmesracing@yahoo.com >
Delta, B.C. Canada - Sunday, June 06, 2004 at 16:01:39 (CDT)


My first car was a 1970 Impala 4 door 350 2bbl. I am an impala enthusiast to this day, and I'm looking to buy a true SS427. Recently, I thought I had a deal to purchase a '68, but the seller's son ended up keeping it. If anyone has a 67 or 68 for sale, or knows of one for sale, please contact me right away. My cell # is 604-612-0080. Finders fee available, but no clones. It is nice to see so much interest in these great cars and thank you mark for supplying such a fine site for us all to enjoy. Good luck to all you enthusiasts out there!
John Carlson < johnss@shaw.ca >


My dad would love this site. he used to have a '67 chevy impala. it was black, four door and had a 327 v8. Chevys rule!
Rick < mutande_41@hotmail.com >
Salisbury, South Australia Australia - Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 02:40:41 (CDT)


YOUR WESITE IS OFF THE HOOK!!! I love all those cars of yesterday, I even own a few of them in the past.  My favorite automobile was the SS SUPER-SPORT Chevy with a 396 cu inch engine in it had a Black top and it was Blue with duals on it, and looking at this site, made me cry.  I really miss my Chevy, but someday I'll have my dream car. Thanks for makeing part of it come true.  You and your staff should be proud, I just love it.
Fred < fjjjw4@aol.com >
Omaha, Ne. USA - Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 11:31:35 (CDT)


Sick site! I've got one thing to say to jap crap lovers- ricers can kiss my white ass! muscle cars rule! ricers are shit ass! some dickhead in this other site said a skyline is fatser than a dodge viper. what a nob!!!!
anyway, this site is pretty cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rick < mutande_41@hotmail.com >
Salisbury, South Australia Australia - Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at 06:16:39 (CDT)


you guys dont like 66 427's ?
dave <djgcarz>
rochester, ny USA - Monday, July 05, 2004 at 22:01:50 (CDT)

Dave - Yes, Yes, Yes, I do love the '66s. But as I have explained to so many people and on the front page of this site, the '66s WERE NOT RPO-Z24 optioned cars. This site is currently dedicated to just those the three years Z-24 was an option - 1967, 68 and 69.


Your website kicks ass man, the cars are some of the best I've seen ever. Its given me a lot of ideas for when I get my car. I'm a beginning driver so this website helps me. I'd rate this website a 10.
tyler mcmullen < slipknot@mohaveaz.com >
fort mohave, arizona U.S. - Wednesday, July 07, 2004 at 16:46:37(CDT)


love your website i own a 1967 SS427 i also own 1967 SS396 i recent required a new toy and its not an SS its a 1969 chevy caprice it has a 427 all matching numbers so i still feel as if iam in the club tell me what you think about a  1969 caprice chevy classic vin number 166479L042633 engine number TO307LC 400 transmission.
                                  Thanks
                                    Bo
bo thagard < bothag@alaweb.com >
greenville, AL United States - Tuesday, July 13, 2004 at 20:33:34 (CDT)


Great site.  I love the pictures and the detailed writeup regarding the differences in the SS option and a regular Impala.  I am particularly interested in the '69 SS as well.

I owned a '69 Impala Custom Coupe for over 15 years and just recently sold it.  I bought a set of Headlight Covers (the whole system) a few years back and had intended on installing it, but never did.

I hope to find/purchase a true '69 SS Convertible someday.

Thanks for the great site!

Carl Harter
Carl Harter < carl@charter7.com >
Santa Clara, CA USA - Friday, July 16, 2004 at 14:33:26 (CDT)


This is a cool site! I own a 67 SS 427 and have owned it for over 25 years. I am glad that there are people out there who are so interested in the "Full Size" chevys. I just wish that the few who don't recognize the SS427 as a true muscle car could get a chance to drive one. The few of us who own these cars could tell them different.
  Keep-up the good work on your cool web site
Edward Sesma < e.sesma@att.net >
Phoenix, Az USA - Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 23:05:54 (CDT)

 


I love this site hope to find a nice car someday!
Mark Halabicky < markpine99@aol.com >
Davison , Mi USA - Thursday, July 29, 2004 at 17:40:14 (CDT)


GREAT SITE!!! LOVE THOSE BIG AWESOME CARS..I HAVE A '69 IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE, BOUGHT 2YRS AGO FOR $1200.00, IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION, WITH 79850 MILES. I HAVE RE-DONE THE INTERIORCAUSE IT WAS ALL BRITTLE FROM THE SUN AND RE-PAINTED THE CAR.  I CANNOT FIND THE TRIM FOR THE WHEEL WELLS NOR THE SIDE MOULDING TRIM??? ANY IDEAS??? ANYWAY, THOSE ARE GREAT PHOTOS OF SOME BIG CARS...I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL WHEN YOU ARE OUT AND ABOUT IN YOUR 69 IMPALA,I GET LOTS OF WAVES AND HORN HONKS FROM TRUCKERS, TEENAGERS TO GRANDMOTHERS..BY THE WAY MY IMPALA BELONGED TO AN OLDER LADY, THE CAR HAS A 327,2 SPEED POWERGLIDE TRANS. WELL, THANKS FOR THIS GREAT SITE....LETS ROAR WITH THE BIG ONES...

JUAN
JUAN M. RENTERIA < jrenteria@pti.pamelmatic.com >
HOUSTON, TX - Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 15:27:23 (CDT)


Great site, will visit some more.
Got myself a 1957 4dr 210 sedan and a Bel Air 56 4 dr sedan. The 57 is in restoration the 56 is driving.
Keep on cruisin'

got my own american car club in the netherlands. please look @ www.cruizinangels.nl
Rob (V8 Angel) < belair57@hotmail.com >
Eindhoven, Noord Brabant The Netherlands - Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 16:27:37 (CDT)

I think your side is one of the best and the more complete of this clasics cars.
I want to repare my impala that is a impala 467ss. thanks if you can help me to find people that have thinks of this car thanks
Juan Antonio < elaborigen_89@hotmail.com >
Asuncion, 1 Paraguay - Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 17:38:09 (CDT)


 

So glad to see a nice website devoted to Impalas.  My Dad collects 65 and 66 Impalas, so I fell in love with my Moms daily driver 65 wagon as a teenager.  Now I'm 20, female and obsessed...so much so that I bought a 69 Kingswood wagon.  All of my friends with their little Hondas and Nissans laugh....but I love the car. They just don't know awesome when they see it!
Georgia
  Pennsylvania - Saturday, August 07, 2004 at 17:56:39 (CDT)


My father used to own a '67 impala with a 283 v-8,auto trans.It was gold in colour and as i remember it was very fast.
  Now i am 44 and am bound and determined to find me a '67 Impala ss gold in colour.I know i will find one,eventually.
Your web site is very informative and a joy to look through. Thanks a million!!!
Gary Southam < guitarmann60@hotmail.com >
Parry Sound, Ontario Canada - Sunday, August 08, 2004 at 17:44:03 (CDT)


love your web sit ,have  2 1967 ss427 impala and 1969ss427  will send picure       t

hank fore you hard work
bo thagard < bothag@ala web.com>
greenville, al butter - Tuesday, August 10, 2004 at 20:18:39 (CDT)



GREAT WEB SITE THIS SITE ANSWERED MANY QUESTIONS THAT I HAD ABOUT ONE OF MY IMPALAS THAT ICOLLECT. MY VEHICLE IS ONE OF THOSE CARS WITH WEIRD OPTIONS IT IS A TRUE SS 427 WITH HIDEAWAY LITES, MANUAL DISK BRAKES, 4SPD TRANS, POSI REAR, AND P/S. WHO EVER ORDERED THIS CAR NEW BOUGHT TO RUN IT NOT FOR HIS FAMILY BECAUSE CAR HAS RADIO DELETE PALTE AND NO AIR,I WAS TOLD CAR WAS SERVICED AT YENKO CHEVROLET IT ALSO HAS A YENKO DECAL WHICH READS YENKO TUNED CANNONSBRG PA CAR ALSO HAS A YENKO STICKER ON REAR WINDOWS I KNOW YENKO DIDNT BUILD SS 427 BUT IAM TRYING TO FIND INFO IF THE CAR WAS SOLD AT THAT DEALER OR POSSIBLY SERVICED THEIR BUT ANY WAY GREAT SITE THANKS FOR INFO
JOE BARINA < BARINATOWING@AOL,COM >
LAKEWOOD, NJ  USA - Wednesday, August 11, 2004 at 06:58:09 (CDT)


Beautiful!  I love this site.  It about made me cry to such beautiful Impala's, very overwhelming.  Only to see in person would have been better. 
"Josephine" < jolt219@yahoo.com >
  Michigan - Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 10:17:22 (CDT)

Your 1969 427 is a very nice looking auto...pleased to see it was so well taken care of....
R&C G
  Illinois - Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 20:25:34 (CDT)

This is a excellent site seems that I just purchest A 1967 Impala ss427 car. this has given me alot of information the only thing I havent found is the correct wheel code If any information is out there please drop me A line thanks.
Mike Zimmerman < C.O.P.O@toast.net >
Swantom, OH. united states - Monday, September 06, 2004 at 08:35:28 (CDT)

I love the site. Photos and all. I just purchased A 1967 SS427 car marina blue black interior turbo 400 the car is beatifull I love the long lines. The only thing I cant find is the correct wheel code any help would be nice
thanks. Great site keep up the great work very informative.
M.Zimmerman  < C.O.P.O@toast.net >
Swanton , OH. United States - Monday, September 06, 2004 at 08:55:20 (CDT)

Great site. Need some info. Found a 1969 Caprice in my neighbors garage. Car shows 46000 miles, with 427 / 385 hp motor. Could this car be purchased this way, it is a 4-door with air. Another car found in a barn!!
BOBBY DURDEN < bdurden@spiritconstruction.com >
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA USA - Wednesday, September 08, 2004 at 10:07:42 (CDT)

Fantastic site!
  I learned to drive in my dads 454 caprice that he bought new !
  I have just picked up a 1969 biscayne 2 door 250 6 3 speed that I want to clone into
  a motion 427 car (my friends uncle had when we were kids! (usta bring us for rides(
  What fun! I need to find out what proper parts to use any info sources would be helpful.(just want to build a fun street car)
  thanks Dave

David Johnson < Deege1214@aol.com >
Boston, MA U.S.A. - Sunday, September 12, 2004 at 21:40:26 (CDT)

Thank you for such a great site. I fell in LOVE with the 67 427 Impala about 20 years ago when I saw one in an alley sitting behind a house. It was the only one I had ever seen. The next one I saw was Ron Mroz's car at a Super Chevy show in Indy. It was about 9 years ago. It's the one that Iam after. I wound up with the car I saw about 20 years ago,but it was a  rust bucket and I let it go. Iam looking for an original car to buy . Thank you again for a great website.
Douglas Lopez < lovenhu@iwon.com >
peoria  , Illinois usa - Saturday, September 18, 2004 at 16:21:33 (CDT)


GREAT SITE !!! I'M HAPPY THAT SOMEONE TOOK THE TIME TO RECOGNIZE THESE CARS FOR WHAT THEY REPRESENT. LET EVERYONE ELSE SPEND THEIR FORTUNES ON THE CHEVELLES, CAMAROS, ETC. THE IMPALA SS CARS ARE SOME OF THE MOST BEAUTIFULLY STYLED VEHICLES EVER MADE. MY OWN IS AN ALL ORIGINAL 67 MARINA BLUE SS WITH A 283 AND A "GLIDE." NOT VERY FAST, BUT CAN STILL TURN HEADS. THANKS AGAIN WHOEVER YOU ARE. (504) 689-4474         
Tommy  < t11o51@aol.com >
Lafitte, La. USA - Saturday, September 25, 2004 at 11:11:55 (CDT)

Very cool with the 427. I have a 1967 Impala SS too. on my site at http://www.thepcrepairwizard.com/

Shane < shanejoel@cox.net >
Omaha, ne usa - Monday, September 27, 2004 at 21:05:44 (CDT)

Great site, very interesting and obviously very extensively researched.
I didn't realise these cars had so many subtle, (and not so subtle) changes from a base Impala.
I have some N.O.S. SS427 nameplates here packaged in the wrong box, which, thanks to your photo's,  I have now identified as '68 trunk nameplates, (as you suggest, white SS, red 427).

Arnold Millane
Arnold Millane < amillane@bigpond.net.au >
Buninyong, Victoria Australia - Friday, October 01, 2004 at 19:36:28 (CDT)