This is the year we would say farewell to the legendary 409 with only 2,828 produced. Posted by: flutter. Also new for this year was adhesive bonding for front and rear glass. > Car of the Week: 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 396. Dennis Sherman can laugh about it now. Car of the Week: 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 396. 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Sport Coupe 396 V-8 Turbo-Jet 425-hp 4-speed close (man. He admits now that would have probably been one of the biggest mistakes of his life.

1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Sport Coupe 396 V-8 Turbo-Jet 425-hp 4-speed close (man.

Many new changes for 1965 including all new sheetmetal design and curved side glass with a new tempered plate glass rear window. 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS. I have been looking in the midwest for years and have not found a twin. 10 bolt rear end is still on car and also comes with 12 bolt rear pictured on floor. (See Chart #2 at bottom of page for a further breakdown) There were a total of 239,500 Impala SS's produced for 1965. Of these, 236,672 were 396's. Among the top of the model production remained the Impala SS with a base price of just over $2,800 for the hardtop coupe. Was factory SS-327/Power glide/10 bolt. (the low production numbers was due to the 409 being phased out mid year) The new 396 big block would … At mid-year 1965, Chevy decided to try the "luxury Impala" idea and added a $200 Caprice option for the Super Sport Sedan which included a more luxurious interior, special trim and a more heavy-duty frame. July 8, 2020. 4) Market Competition He almost returned his beloved 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS hardtop when it wasn’t delivered as he had ordered it. Needs front windshield. 1965 Impala SS 396 w/Manual Transmission Production numbers 4 Answers. Car now has a 396 BIG BLOCK/850 Holley double pumper/headers with 3" exhaust. 327 had been replaced with 283 pictured on stand.

You receive both engines and rear ends. No Comments By Brian Earnest. 1958-1965 Chevy Production Numbers Chart #1: General production numbers for full size Chevrolets of 1958-1965.

4) Standard and Alternative Wheel and Tire Sizes. Does anyone know how many 1965 Impala SS 396 were produced with a Muncie 4-Speed manual transmission?