Chevrolet Impala

400 V8 Survivor: 1970 Chevrolet Impala

By 1970, the fourth generation (1965-1970) of Chevrolet’s all-time best-selling car, the B-body Caprice, Impala, BelAir, and Biscayne had reached the end of the line. And things had changed a bit since gen-four was introduced for model year 1965…. more»

Cheap Project? 1968 Chevrolet Impala

To put things in perspective, about 710K Chevrolet Impalas were built in 1968. That’s not full-size “B” body cars, that number would be about 1.2 M. The 710K number is the Impala trim level alone. And Chevrolet took the… more»

Definitely A Barn Find? 1959 Chevrolet Impala

With one of the most recognizable designs of all time, the rear end anyway, the 1959 full-size Chevrolet, like this Impala, is the one 1950s car everyone seems to know. And no, the bat-winged rear-end will not reach lift-off… more»

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409 4-Speed Project

This one is a bit of a challenge. The listing is a mind-run of information with later comments that correct the original text. And as the seller states, the car is on a lift in a shop so getting… more»

348/4-Speed: 1958 Chevrolet Impala Hardtop

The 1958 Impala led a bit of a star-crossed existence for many years. Coming on the heels of the uber-successful tri-fives (’55-’57), it was a radical change, to say the least. The “And now for my next trick…” proffering… more»

Turbo Jet 396: 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne

This restored 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne is equipped with 396 cubic inch V8 engine and 4 speed manual transmission. Many enthusiasts are not familiar with the Biscayne but it was produced from 1958 to 1972. This Chevrolet is located in… more»

Unrestored Survivor: 1967 Impala SS 396

Rocco sent this sweet 1967 Impala SS 396 survivor to our attention. It is red with a black interior and 4 speed. The car is for sale for $32,000 here on Craigslist in Kansas City. The seller is parting… more»

Perfect Patina? 1967 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon

OK, just to set the story straight, I’m not hogging up all of the Chevrolet station wagons on Barn Finds. I have a strong memory for this vintage and a lot of experience with them, such as this ’68… more»

396-Powered! 1968 Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon

Another station wagon? You bet and once again, it’s a ’68 Chevrolet, similar to this ’68 Caprice featured on Barn Finds last month. Station wagons are hot! They are the anti-SUV/CUV and offer some nice, old school passenger car… more»

Museum Find: 1961 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

If most of what turns up here on Barn Finds are true barn finds, then this 1961 Chevrolet Impala convertible is more like a Palace Find. A 23K mile museum exhibit and located in Norwich, New York, this unusually… more»

Original 348 Engine Included: 1960 Chevrolet Impala

I’m not sure what to make of this one. This 1960 Chevrolet Impala four-door hardtop is not a more desirable model like a ’65 or ’66 SS version. It is a four-door, thought at least a hardtop and not… more»

Rare Bucket Seat Survivor: 1970 Chevrolet Impala

Here’s one of the all-time favorite four-door models, a 1970 Chevrolet Impala sedan. Some Barn Finds research indicates that Impalas with two doors are the favorites, and with the exception of a few station wagons that have surfaced, the… more»

Bubble-Top Project: 1961 Chevrolet Impala

There’s no denying it, I like ’60s vintage Impalas. I have owned several and its easy to see how GM garnered so much market share back in the early ’60s, with plenty of help from the Impala, that the… more»

Performance And Function: 1979 Chevrolet Impala Wagon

We have had the opportunity to cover quite a few station wagons here on Barn Finds as of late. Some are seriously modified while others are more original and sedate. With that thought in mind, let’s take a look… more»

427/4-Speed/Bench: 1968 Chevrolet Impala SS

I have been wanting to cover a ’68 Impala for some time, owing mostly to the fact that I own one and have for many years. I probably know more about what’s holding it together than I should but… more»

Stored Since ’78: 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

I quit running a couple of years ago, just to preserve my original joints – knees, ankles, etc. Too many friends and relatives were having knee replacement surgery and I wanted to keep all of my original parts as… more»