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1967 Convertible Impala on 2040cars

US $10,000.00
Year:1967 Mileage:999999 Color: Green / Green
Location:

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:Convertible
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:454
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: 164677D128497 Year: 1967
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Trim: Base
Options: Four 15's
Drive Type: Automatic Turbo 400
Power Options: Air Conditioning
Mileage: 999,999
Sub Model: Convertible
Exterior Color: Green
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Green
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

*I WILL BE ADDING NEW PICTURES THIS WEEK*

 

I have the right to end this listing at anytime because I plan on using all my resources to sell this vehicle thru other sites and other avenues. If a cash buyer shows up I will sell it and cancel this auction that's just a heads up.

I have a clean 1967 Impala for sale. Way too much to list. Rebuilt 454 engine with less than 5000 miles on it. 4 MX Autotek 15 inch subwoofers. 1 5000 Watt Earthquake Class D. 8 Memphis Audio Mids and highs. 1000 Watt American Bass Pro Amp. Six 1 Inch bullet tweeters with a 600 watt American Bass Pro Amp. Power Acoustik 30 Farad Cap. 0 gauge wire on all. It has a second battery installed for the sound system. Everything controlled by a Pioneer head unit. 26" inch rims with no scrapes, scratches, dents or dings. Rims are in perfect shape.

It has a rebuilt 454 engine. I just swapped out the 700r4 tranny with a Turbo 400 with a 3000 TCI stall converter. Custom drive shaft. Has a Summit Racing differential cover. Has a Billet trans pan. Has a Tach installed. The tires are at about 95% tread. Has a Hydraulic top, so with a flick of your finger the top goes up or down. Custom interior with a boot to match. Flowmaster exhaust with 3" pipes from the headers to the rear. The headers are dynomat headers. There's a Holley 650 carb and Eldelbrock intake. Eldelbrock cam & lifter kit. 2 electric fans, new starter, new front brakes, new tail light lenses. New floorboards installed already! It has a body lift NOT a suspension lift! So the body can be lowered back with ease. There is no chrome or trim missing except one piece. That would be the insert piece that attaches to the rear trunk molding. The molding is there but the insert is gone. I've priced them at around a $100 bucks new. Even the door lock knobs are alloy and cost $15 bucks! Original A.C. car. It has a new AC pump just need hoses. Has Incredible Hulk floor mats. Hulk front license plate. Every time I take this car out everyone stops me and compliments the car. All glass is there with no cracks or chips. All the gauges work. The car has a clean title. NOT salvaged or wrecked! If you want to be seen & heard moving down the strip this car will definitely make you the center of attention.

The Chevy is in North Phoenix at one of my houses or we can meet in Chandler AZ at my other house. Thanks!

Shipping and Payment: I expect a non-refundable $500 good faith payment at the close of the auction. I also expect full payment no later then 5 calendar days after the close of the auction. No Paypal! eBay already get's enough money out of us. You can pay by bank account, cash, cashiers check, money order and all payments can be made in person if desirable. Shipping is the cost of the buyer! I will not pay for shipping! Shipping usually costs about $500 to $1000. I've bought cars on eBay before and that's what I usually pay. I will work with whatever transporter you use. Because from my experiences I know they say they will pick up in a week and they don't show up for 12 days! Then they say they will deliver in 1 week and it takes 10 days! Knowing I understand this you don't have to worry about me calling you and screaming for you to pick the car up or else! We're all good on the pick up. I will overnight the title to you as soon as payment is received and cleared.

I just flushed the cooling system, put a new thermostat in, changed the oil and changed the fluid in the rear end. Its ready for a trip!


On Feb-10-13 at 22:14:14 PST, seller added the following information:

Mistake in listing. I said "dynomat headers" and this is wrong. There is dynomat on the inside of the doors for the door speakers. It does have Hooked Headers and a very loud alarm.

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