Yes I believe that Chevy Impalas are grandma cars!
They do not.
depends, most do
All SS Chevy Impalas' had the LT1.
All the Impalas were totaled or not worth saving.
You have to use Dexi cool anti freeze it works best for all Chevy impalas
depending on the year some impalas have 6 inch glasspacks
all 700r4 transmissions that have cable driven speedometers and are 2 wheel drive will fit all 700r4 transmissions that have cable driven speedometers and are 2 wheel drive will fit
no I think they stopped making them in 64 or 65
There were a total of 73,932 Chevy Impalas produced in 1967. Of those, 4,337 of them were four door models.
2000-2005 Chevy Impalas have the same tail lights.....
A faulty alternator, a faulty belt tensioner.
The tilt steering column was introduced in the 1963 Impala SS.
Chevy Impalas can last a long time if it is well maintained. It should last for 180,000 miles. The number of years will depend on how much its driven.
Contact GM. They have issued free extended warranty on speedometers. I had mine replaced for free at Chevy dealer. It would stick at around 70mph, even when stpped.
No. not mines so ima say no. Mines is fast and no mustang or corvette can beat it cause i raced it.
There is a major malfunction in the speedometers of trailblazers. GM seems to have recalled many GM auto's with this issue just not the tralblazer.
Faulty hazard switch
Probably a faulty fuel pump.
Yes Chevrolet is the maker of the famed Chevy Impala. One can find good deals on Chevy Impalas by checking the local papers for sale ads, or even going to a local Chevrolet dealer.
Chevrolet started the Impala line in 1958. Too many configurations to list all the engines and horse power.