1967 Supernatural Impala 4 door sport sedan. 327 with A/C. Runs great!

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Impala
  • SubModel: Supernatural Edition
  • Type: Sedan
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 83867
  • VIN: 164397R123625
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 327
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Lincoln, Nebraska, United States


Here is the Supernatural Impala you have been looking for. Screen correct 327 WITH air conditioning. AND it is from Kansas! License place included in auction. The last time this was licensed, Kansas was issuing the exact same plate as in the TVshow!! You can actually own a Supernatural Impala from Kansas!
THIS IS AN ACTUAL BARN FIND! Last driven by a little old lady 15 years ago. Not kidding.
New fuel pumpNew water pumpNew master cylinderNew plugsNew pointsNew cap and rotorNew wiresNew air filterRebuilt carburetorNew valve cover gaskets.
This is a great example of an "unmolested" car. The only things that aren't factory and original are the bumper hitch and an overflow bottle for the radiator. This car hasn't been screwed with which is important.Body: Great condition to start a restoration. Solid floors and frame!!!Solid rocker panels!!!Solid around rear window but I didn't try to poke it with a screwdriver either. Quarters are rusted and will need replaced. Trunk floor is gone. I do mean gone. The mice were living in the trunk and I believe that is what rusted the metal away. Front fenders can be patched. There are various dents in every panel. It was literally in a barn with crap piled all around it. Doors are solid. RR door looks to have some previous body work done to it as do the rear quarters. Any good body man can save the doors and fenders. Quarters and trunk pan are rusted and will need complete replacement. Dog legs appear to be solid. Hood and trunk lid have some surface rust on the underside. Nothing rotted through though. Still solid.
Interior is in OKcondition. Dash is good. This car stinks like mouse piss though! Remember Barn Find?! Carpet will need to be replaced. Seats may need to be replaced also. Headliner needs replace. One of the door panels has a part chewed away. The interior needs to be stripped, cleaned and then you can decide how far you need to go to get the smell out. Gas gauge doesn't work all the time.
Runs great! One of the best running 327's I have ever owned. Smokes a bit when you start it. I have no idea if it burns oil between oil changes. I haven't driven the car enough to find that out. Heater core is bypassed because it leaks. I would work on the brakes before driving it very far. Powerglide transmission works good. A/C does not work. Imagine that. I changed the oil once, but you should do it again soon.
1966 Impala Super Sport hubcaps add 10 hp at least. Maybe more.
Shipping is 100% the responsibility of the buyer. I can help get it to the transport with a few blocks away from my house. I live on a dead end street so the transport can't get out if they drive down my road.
NO IMPLIED WARRANTY even though I listed all the new parts I have installed.
Nebraska title in my name.
Cash in person, wire transfer or cashiers check. 7 day wait on the cashiers check though to make sure you didn't create it on your computer. I am sure there is an app for that.
If you can't pay, please don't bid. It isn't a difficult concept. I would encourage anyone interested in the car to take a look at it yourself. Or maybe have a friend take a look. If there is something wrong with the car that I didn't list, it is only because I don't know about it myself.
Please message me with questions. I can also provide my phone number if you would like to chat about that car. I cannot talk during normal work hours.
If you would like to make a reasonable offer, I will probably accept it. FYI, I sold a rusted as hell, non-running 283 car for $7500. So you may want to keep that in mind when you make an offer. Ridiculously low offers will lead to screenshots and mocking you on Facebook. These cars are very hard to find. A 1967 Caprice in my town sold at auction for $19,000 with fees. And it still needed body work, paint and interior.