What Drives This Chevy Impala from 1967?

The engine of the 1967 Chevy Impala is its soul, a representation of American strength and technical innovation.

Although the base model had a strong 250 cubic inch inline-six engine, the optional V8 engines were where the real power was.

The 427 cubic inch Turbo-Jet V8, a beast that roared to life with up to 385 horsepower, was the most revered.

This engine provided the Impala with strong acceleration and an exciting driving experience.

In order to satisfy different performance needs, the '67 Impala also came with a variety of V8s, ranging from the 283 to the 396.  

The 1967 Impala was a formidable vehicle on the open road when paired with a

three-speed manual transmission or the optional two-speed Powerglide