Here's a completely restored 1967 Chevrolet Impala Convertible in Emerald Turquoise. It looks factory-fresh like it just drove out of the showroom.
Impala had a complete revamp for '67 featuring the popular "Coke bottle" styling you see here.
Taillights once again had triple segmented horizontal styling but didn't wrap around the body corners as they did in 1966.
Inside, Chevrolet described their bench seats as feeling like buckets with their pleated vinyl upholstery.
Power comes from a numbers matching and original, 275 horsepower 327 cubic inch Turbo-Fire V8 engine with 4 barrel carburetor. This is paired with a Powerglide automatic transmission.
Chevrolet options Available for 1967
327 V8 and Powerglide transmission
Chevrolet produced 575,600 Impalas for the 1967 model year. Of this number only around 18,800 were had six cylinder engines. Unfortunately as these numbers cover all Impalas except the wagons, there isn't an accurate count of convertibles made.
Sales were actually down for Chevrolet in 1967 by around 9 percent. However, Ford sales were down even more which brought Chevrolet back up to the number one sales spot.
Base price for the 250 cubic inch six cylinder was $3,149 and you would have paid an additional $105 for the 283 cubic inch Turbo-Fire base V8 engine. The 327 V8 in this car would have cost an additional $198 on the base price.
This car is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)