For your consideration is a 1969 Impala SS with the sought after 427 cubic inch engine rated at 390 horsepower.
The car was recently repainted in the original Olympic Gold and has a clean black interior with bucket seats and the unmistakable horseshoe shifter. Options include power steering, power front disc brakes and air conditioning. The car is rust free and all body panels line up well.
Mechanically the car runs incredibly well. The 427 big-block is mated to a turbo 400 transmission delivering power to a factory 12-bolt rear end results in all the performance you would expect from this drivetrain. The dual exhaust has a fantastic note going down the road.
While believed to be an actual 427 SS car, it cannot be documented as such due to the change Chevrolet made to the VIN in 1968. For 1969, the Impala SS was eliminated as a separate model and 427 SS equipment became model options for the standard Impala. Nothing in the VIN denotes if the car is an actual 427 SS . The only way to definitively say the car is 427 SS car is if it had the original window sticker, build sheet or Protect-o-Plate of which this car has none. Given this lack of documentation, the car is being offered for sale at the reasonable price of $22,500. Even if it's not a documented SS car, this is a great price for a 1969 Impala with a 427 that needs nothing.
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