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1965 Chevrolet Impala 23650 Miles Gold Coupe 327 V8 3 Speed Automatic

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Type: Coupe
Year: 1965
Mileage: 23650
VIN: 164375C129940
Color: Gold
Engine: 327 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: --

1965 Chevrolet Impala Additional Info:

This Classic Impala is gorgeous and has been well taken care of. It has been subjected to a detailed build with all of proper upgrades done. A complete binder of receipts is included and the car has only been driven 3,500 miles since being completed.
Originally born right here in California, she has been restored to Factory Correct Sierra Tan over Saddle Interior. The original 327 has been upgraded and this classic sounds and drives great.
383ci Stroker Motor with 9.5:1 Compression Ratio
Crower Hydraulic Flat Tappet Camshaft
Headers W/Dual Flow Master Exhaust System
MSD Ignition
New Holley 4150- 650cfm Double-Pumper Carburetor
Rebuilt Turbo Hydramatic 400 with mild shift kit and new Torque Converter
10 Bolt with new Eaton Limited Slip Differential with 4.11 ratio.
Front Power Disc Brakes,
New Hotchkis rear Sport Suspension package
New Fuel Lines
New Gas tank,
New Fuel Sending Unit
New idler arm
New Steering Coupler
New Master Cylinder
New Brake Booster
New Brake Lines
New Wheel Cylinders in the back
New Belts, Spark Plugs, Moroso Spark Wires with Heat Booths,
New Fiberglass Fan Shroud with 19"Steel Blade,
New Water pump
New Alternator
Re-cored Radiator and upgraded to 4 rows
New American Autowire Harness
New paint in factory original color "Sierra Tan"
15x8"Rally Wheels with Rally Center Caps on 245-60r15 in front and 255-60r15 in the rear.
This is a well done example that feels great driving down the road!!!
Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory!
Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome!
Please email or call 1-818-773-8181
About the Impala:
The Chevrolet Impala was built for model years 1958 to 1985, 1994 to 1996, and 2000 until 2020. It was full-size except in the years 2000 to 2013, when it was mid-size. The Impala was Chevrolet's popular flagship passenger car and was among the better selling American-made automobiles in the United States.
For its debut in 1958, the Impala was distinguished from other models by its symmetrical triple taillights. The Chevrolet Caprice was introduced as a top-line Impala Sport Sedan for model year 1965, later becoming a separate series positioned above the Impala in 1966, which, in turn, remained above the Chevrolet Bel Air and the Chevrolet Biscayne. The Impala continued as Chevrolet's most popular full-size model through the mid-1980s. Between 1994 and 1996, the Impala was revised as a 5.7-liter V8–powered version of the Chevrolet Caprice Classic sedan.
The Impala name was first used for the full-sized 1956 General Motors Motorama show car that bore Corvette-like design cues, especially the grille. It was named Impala after the graceful African antelope, and this animal became the car's logo. Painted emerald green metallic, with a white interior, the Impala concept car featured hardtop styling. Clare MacKichan's design team, along with designers from Pontiac, started to establish basic packaging and dimensions for their shared 1958 General Motors "A" body in June. The first styling sketch that would directly influence the finished Chevrolet automobile was seen by General Motors Styling vice president Harley Earl in October. Seven months later, the basic design was developed.
Redesigned in 1965, the Impala set an all-time industry annual sales record of more than 1 million units in the United States. All new full-size Chevrolets eschewed the "X" frame for a full-width perimeter frame, a new body that featured curved, frameless side glass (for pillarless models), sharper angled windshield with newly reshaped vent windows, and redesigned full-coil suspension.
Engine choices included the inline six-cylinder as well as the small-block and big-block V8s. A new three-range Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission was optional for 396 cu in V8. The old 409 cu in "W" engine was discontinued early in the 1965 model year, so early-production 1965s got the 409, as well as 1/10 of 1% had the 396 CID big-block. Other later-built cars had the 396 cu in as the big-block option. Two-speed Powerglide, as well as 3- and 4-speed manual transmissions were available. As with previous years, Impalas featured more chrome trim inside and out, with pleated tufted upholstery and door panels. The Impala would be the #2-selling convertible in the US in 1966, with 38,000 sold.