I was doing a little research on the 1967 Chevrolet Impala SS427.
I stumbled around this claim from a Seller:
1967 Chevrolet 'Impala' SS 427. I used quotes because a real (rare) SS427 was not actually sold as an impala,
but as its own model, the SS427 (RPO Z24) as opposed to an Impala SS which could be bought with a 427.
So he basically states that there are 2 different cars, a regular Impala SS with a 427 and than an extra car called SS 427.
But is this really true?
I thought there is only one Car and thats the Impala SS 427.
And not an extra car called only SS 427.
He also put a bill of sale in the ad:
There it states Impala SS and SS 427 PKG as option.
So i guess that proofes i'm right?
Or could you also order an Impala SS with a 427 without adding the SS 427 PKG (Z24)? (As the seller states)
But what would be the difference?
If there are really 2 different cars how can i sepperate them form each other?
Only with the original bill of sale or buildsheet?
Also a Question regarding to Handling.
In this ad it states "Special suspension standard"
But in this one it lists "special front and rear suspension and heavy duty radiator" under extra cost items:
So now what?
Standard or extra cost?
Also regarding handling.
Will a 67' SS 427 be more or less on par with the 71' 442 W30?
(Of course Convertible vs Convertible and Coupe vs Coupe)
Maybe someone has a Review from the 67' SS 427?