1966 Chevy II Super Sport. This girl, dressed in “Tuxedo Black”, has a 327 four barrel (Rochester or Carter?) and I’m not sure if it’s the 275 or the 350 horsepower version. Also don’t know if that’s a Muncie or a Saginaw (probably Saginaw since it’s a small block) four speed under her but she’s got a Hurst linkage. There’s a stiff positraction rearend and an AM radio; so basic but the cool-factor is way up there! If you’ve been following me (like 13,000+ have in less than 176 days since I started this Tumblr) for any time, you know that Craiger S/S rims are the only aftermarket rims I can tolerate. :-). I like my classic cars factory and this girl is a perfect 60’s specimen!
The Impala debuted in the 1958 model year as a top of the line edition of the Chevrolet Bel Air series. In 1959, Chevrolet added the Impala as a top tier model of it’s own. Bel Air become the mid-price model and Biscayne the base model. In 1965, the more formal, luxury Caprice displaced the Impala as the top tier of the full-size Chevy line up.