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Look at this awesome Chevrolet. What more could you ask for in a full size muscle car? Super Sport* Package, bucket seats, center console with a floor shifter, big block power, convertible, dual exhaust, red paint, power windows, and rallye rims. The only thing this baby is missing is YOU!!!!!!!!!!! The California Automobile Museum presents............. 1969 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport* Convertible In 1969, the Impala SS was available only as the Z24 (SS427), coming exclusively with a 427-cubic-inch (7.0 L) V8 of 335 brake horsepower (250 kW), 390 brake horsepower (290 kW), or 425 brake horsepower (317 kW). This was the final year for the Impala SS until 1994. The 1969 Impala SS was often considered a "sleeper" in that there was no distinctive SS badging inside the car (again, there was no Z03 offered that year), and a true 1969 Z24-optioned car is the rarest and most collectible of any year with this package available. 1969 was the last year that the Impala SS was offered with the Z24 package, but the only year in which front disc brakes and 15-inch (380 mm) wheels were standard; that made the 1969 SS427 mechanically better than the previous versions in standard form. Although sales of 1969 Z24-optioned Impalas interestingly increased to approximately 2,455 units from the 1,778 Z03-optioned units of 1968, and high-powered big-block V8 engines continued to be available, there would be no Impala SS for 1970. The 427 was also replaced on the engine offerings list by a new Turbo-Jet 454 producing 390 hp for 1970. THIS IMPALA, This Impala is ready to go. Hop in and go for a cruise, run it in your local parade, display it in the area car shows, or display it in your personal collection. What ever you choose, it is dressed for the occasion. Almost all of the options seem to be in working order, the engine runs smoothly and transmission shifts properly. The top operates as it should. The driver's side window does not always operate on command and the rear p/s window needs some fittment adjustments. As seen in the photos, the body is nearly flawless and the paint is in great shape. The engine compartment is clean and the car is mostly leak free. There is a small pinion leak that we know of. The exhaust system is brand new including Hooker Super Comp. headers and side pipes. The transmission was overhauled and a new torque converter installed. While we cannot prove this is an actual SS Impala, this IS a true numbers matching 427 Convertible. These are hard to find, especially in this condition. Engine casting number: 3963512 Conv2 HIPER Engine Suffix Code: T1129LE 023769 Transmission Serial#: 79C0 23769 Transmission Tag: CQ-69-11517 352 Rear Axle: 12 Bolt Fourth generation Production 1964–1970[8] Model year(s) 1965–1970 Assembly Arlington Texas, Atlanta Georgia, South Gate California, Flint Michigan, Framingham Massachusetts, Janesville Wisconsin, Van Nuys California, Norwood Ohio, St. Louis Missouri, Tarrytown New York, Lordstown Ohio, Wilmington Delaware, Oshawa Ontario, Sainte-The Quebec Body style(s) 2-door convertible 2-door coupe 2-door hardtop 4-door hardtop 4-door sedan 4-door station wagon Platform B-body Engine(s) 250 cu in (4.1 L) Turbo Thrift I6 283 cu in (4.6 L) Turbo Fire V8 307 cu in (5 L) Turbo Fire V8 327 cu in (5.4 L) Turbo Fire V8 350 cu in (5.7 L) Turbo Fire V8 396 cu in (6.5 L) Turbo-Jet V8 400 cu in (6.6 L) Turbo Fire V8 409 cu in (6.7 L) Turbo-Jet V8 427 cu in (7 L) Turbo-Jet V8 454 cu in (7.4 L) Turbo-Jet V8 Related Chevrolet Caprice, Chevrolet Bel Air, Chevrolet Biscayne *Because this Chevrolet isn’t a Canadian built Chevy, duplicate copies of documentation are not available. It was believed this SS 427 is the real deal. There have been some concerns with the engine not being dressed in the appropriate chrome valve covers and air cleaner, the location of the badging is incorrect, as well as the grille not being blacked out.The original build or broadcast sheet, window sticker, or Protecto Plate are not available. The casting numbers seem to match and look unaltered for the engine and transmission. The numbers are listed above and it is believed the drive train components are original to the car. For more info., see /FAQ.htm This vehicle was either consigned or donated to the California Automobile Museum, a non-profit organization and licensed California dealer located at 2200 Front Street, Sacramento, California, where it is available for inspection. This vehicle, and all vehicles sold through us are sold AS-IS with no warranty intended or implied by the California Automobile Museum or its consigner/donor. All sales are final, and in there is no cooling off period in California. This Vehicle's mileage is subject to increase as it may be test driven or inspected during this auction. All sales will include a California Bill of Sale and a Warranty Disclaimers to be signed. Your bid, winning or not, signifies you agree to these terms and conditions and you agree to make all payments within the allotted time. All purchased vehicles must be removed from the museum within 2 weeks from date of sale or storage fees of $10.00 per day will be applied. (Unless written arrangements for additional time have been agreed to by the Vehicle Sales Department) (For our eBay customers) If you are the winning bidder and back out of your obligation to purchase, or fail to pay within the time allotted, (unless written arrangements with the vehicle sales department have been made) you WILL receive negative feedback and be reported to Ebay, REGARDLESS of your reasons. We require a deposit within 72 hours of the end of the auction and full payment within a week (7 days). The Museum is open 7 days a week, 10 AM to 6 PM (excluding major U.S. holidays) and we welcome you or your representative to inspect the vehicle prior to purchasing or bidding. If you have any questions regarding the vehicle or would like to schedule an inspection between 10 AM and 6 PM, you can contact us through Email messaging, or call Art directly at . The California Automobile Museum is formerly the Towe Auto Museum (1997-09) and formerly the Towe Ford Museum (1987-97) Visit our website at Thank you for bidding on our items and for supporting the California Automobile Museum (a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization). We try our best to clearly describe the condition of the vehicle, but please note that we are often selling cars that are either donated to us, or are on consignment and we may not have a complete detailed history. We reserve the right to end this auction early. We are a Brick and Mortar Dealer, this vehicle advertised is also advertised for sale in our Museum located at 2200 Front Street, Sacramento, California, 95818. Because of this, this vehicle is subject to sell prior to the auctions end. About Us The mission of the California Automobile Museum is to educate and entertain while preserving and promoting the automobile and its influence on our lives. The California Automobile Museum in Sacramento, California, is the oldest non-profit Automobile Museum in California. We are both a registered non-profit 501(c) (3) charitable corporation, and a licensed dealer in California. We sell cars that have been donated or consigned for sale through our vehicle program. All proceeds directly support cultural and educational activities provided by the museum to the Northern California co

Year:  1980 or older
Miles:  120 000 - 129 999
Category:  Cars
 |  Address:  Sacramento, California
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