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1969 Chevrolet Impala Custom 327 V8 – Country Classic Cars

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    Very nice 1969 Chevy Impala custom 2 dr hardtop, from Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL. Thanks for taking a look!

    Mike Sawyer

    Correction, my 69 impala had the 327 V8. Sorry about that.

    Mike Sawyer

    Nice car, I had one in high school. It was a very solid well made car. Watching this vidio really takes me back 40 years. My impala had that roof line and the 427 V8

    Grumpy cat

    My childhood car. I want it.


    Boat…underpowered boat. Lazy handling,poor brakes. Take the 327 out and put it in a Nova and scrap that POS.


    My grandparents had a 67. I always loved that car.

    Adrian Tomlin

    Steering wheel is cracked also. Needs fixed.

    Todd Rickettd

    Beautiful ride

    Joe Ford

    Did anyone notice the tape on the driver's side rear window where a for sale sign was and the engine had been freshly cleaned, probably a 173.000 mile vehicle.
    I have bought a quiet a few old cars in my life and you can look at the little things that have been done to old cars to make them more salable.

    John Collins

    It might've been a fairly big car, but that 327 will pull it down the road, no problem whatsoever. A great engine. My parents had one back in the day & it would smoke the tires easily…

    David Tosh

    For 1969 Chevrolet Impala V-8, 2 door hardtop, vent wing windows are gone, and adjustable head restraints come. There are 2 versions of 2 door hardtop for 1969 Chevrolet Impala. The Super Sport (last year) version is a fastback styling and the Custom version is a notchback version.

    black/white cookie

    Nice car I'm sure you can squeeze somebody for their laundry money


    Love it!

    g mat

    nice but i'd pass on the Power Glide. yes, i know them.


    Wow, just like the one I had in the mid 70's, One of the best cars I ever had. Even the sound of the door closing sounds the same. I think you had to order the sport roof. I had other 69's but they had the 350 engine. I think the early production one's had the 327 and then it was no longer available.

    thot be gone

    My dad had a 68 fast back impala awesome car said 427 all over it but the motor in it was a 396 out of a 67 chevelle

    Gerry Hamm

    The very first car I owned was a '69 Impala 2dr Custom coupe. It had a 350 V8 with 300HP..but for some reason it had only a single exhaust. I bought the car in DEC '75 when I was station in the Philippines from another sailor who was being transferred back to the states. My car was green. I had it painted a darker green with a Starsky & Hutch strip. Yep.. and had dual exhaust installed. That car was very fast. I wish I had a picture. Oh well. time marches on!


    I always liked the tail lights on the 69 better than on a 1970 and the wrap around front bumper design…The 69's had a 300 hp 350 option A friend of mine had a 4 door with the 350 ..Also I have been told the 327 in 69 was a 350 block with different rods and or crankshaft ..I never searched any info on them though


    This caught my eye when you were doing the older Olds? vid. I looked it up in their website.

    William Wintemberg

    I had a 4 door version of this car with the same engine back in the day. Not a fan. The front ends in these wouldn't hold alignment. Front tire eaters for sure. It was always on the alignment rack. Otherwise, a typical family car of the time.


    That color is Olympic gold.same as mine I got the 4 door sport sedan hardtop 396


    Nice boat. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿšฃโ€โ™‚๏ธ


    When cars had a soul


    ๐Ÿ˜€ Cool car, my Dad had a 68 Impala, same gold with the black vinyl roof. It even gets worse – 4 door…… It was his work car. He usually drove Buicks because they were manufactured in Flint, Michigan.
    โ€ข Cheers from The Detroit & Mackinac Railway ๐Ÿš‚

    Doug Huddleston

    Nice one Jeff…Solid!


    Great video, I learned to drive in a 67 Impala 4 door hardtop. My dad bought me a 57 150 Chevy he paid $25.00 for because it had a new battery. I drove it thru high school, got dissed because the previous owner painted it dark green with house paint and a brush. Loved that car, and kept it for years.


    We had a customer in the late 70's with one of those in RHD and my thoughts were Man that's a big car.

    Mike theBike

    ๐Ÿšฒ It is an interesting Chevy. I never saw the beauty of these classic metal muscle cars when they were all around me every day. Now they're so rare and I love 'em.

    Steve Holsten

    Thanks, Jeff. My Step-dad had a new red '69 but with a 350 engine & a Turbo 350 transmission.


    I had this same car except in dark green. 6 of us would fit in the trunk when sneaking into the drive in.

    jimmy sorrow

    My daddy had a 1970 with the 350 same color but this is a nice car also thanks for the video

    alberto gorin

    use to be a sports coupe is now a luxury cruise coupe .its a long story I chased here away.not 6 years ago but was a young fresh little woman copy of mom .if she sit in this impala there is no way you find here ^ _ ^ a little woman


    Good looking car, I had a 1969 Impala like this in Blue, 350, 3 speed auto. It was a great ride till I saw a '69 Chevelle SS396 4 speed … Most people don't realize dealers at that time couldn't sell "Muscle Cars." We actually traded even after I told him the Impala would sell a lot faster than the Chevelle, and he knew it. Thanks Jeff for another great video.


    Thanks for taking my request Jeff. I know some of those cars are in positions that is hard to do videos, but I thought this car was in a perfect position, thanks again. ๐Ÿ™‚


    One of my dad's friends had the same car in light green. Always thought it was cool. Great to see a nice one with no rust! ๐Ÿ‘

    killa mike

    beautiful ride man, one of my many dream cars ๐Ÿ˜ฃ I like how the caprice model has the hide away headlights!


    Thanks for watching!

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