What Are the Features of the 1967 Chevy Impala?


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The features of the 1967 Chevy Impala are a redesign featuring more of a "Coke bottle" styling, increased safety features and a redesigned grill with a lattice-work pattern. Also, the rear roof lines and back glass feature "fastback" styling.

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The standard engine featured on a 1967 Chevy Impala is a Turbo-Fire 327. At 327ci, it pushes 275 horsepower and takes the vehicle from zero to 60 miles per hour in 9.1 seconds. The 1967 Impala features five available engines, however, with a Turbo-Fire V8, Turbo-Thrift 250 Six, Turbo-Jet 396 and Turbo-Jet 427 being the customized choices.

Available transmissions featured on the 1967 Chevy Impala include powerglide, overdrive, 4-speed synchromesh, 3-speed synchromesh and Turbo Hydra-Matic ones. The 1967 Impala features 14 available exterior colors, including tuxedo black, marina blue, bolero red and butternut yellow. Its interior features eight available colors, with red, black, blue and gold as some options.

The body style of the 1967 Chevrolet Impala was redesigned to give the car a longer look. This longer look is still on the same standard wheelbase, however. The rear quarter panels have a rounder, fuller look than they've had in previous years. Safety features added to the 1967 Impala are a fully collapsible energy-absorbing steering wheel column and side marker lights.

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