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All new full-size Chevrolets eschewed the "X" frame for a full-width perimeter frame, a new body that featured curved, frameless side glass for pillarless models , sharper angled windshield with newly reshaped vent windows, and redesigned full-coil suspension. Caprices received tufted upholstery, wood grained accents on the dashboard and specialty pulls on the insides of the doors.

This "halo" model also featured the "spinner" wheel covers from the Impala SS, with the "SS" logo centers replaced by a Chevrolet "bowtie" emblem. The Caprice Custom was reintroduced as the Chevrolet Caprice in , taking the top position in the full-size Chevrolet lineup.

Engine choices included the inline six-cylinder as well as the small-block and big-block V8s. Two-speed Powerglide, as well as 3- and 4-speed manual transmissions were available. As with previous years, Impalas featured more chrome trim inside and out, with pleated tufted upholstery and door panels.

The Impala would be the 2-selling convertible in the US in , with 38, sold; it was beaten by the Mustang by almost 2: The L72 was only available with a manual transmission. The model was redesigned with enhanced Coke bottle styling that featured Corvette-inspired front and rear fender bulges.

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The curves were the most pronounced with the — models. In keeping with federal regulations, safety features were built into Impalas during the and model years, including a fully collapsible energy-absorbing steering column, side marker lights, and shoulder belts for closed models.

The new rear bumper housed triple "horseshoe" shaped taillights. This two-door hardtop featured the same formal roofline as the Caprice Coupe. It was successful and would be continued right through The L72 " Turbo-Jet" engine was once again returned to the option list, a solid-lifter V8 rated at horsepower. It would continue to be available for both and , replaced by the Turbo-Jet for The Impala and other full-sized Chevrolets got new slab-sided bodies with a small "upsweep" at the rear quarter window, giving them a more formal appearance.

It retained the inch wheelbase from previous models. New front bumpers that wrapped around the grille and horizontal taillights were in the rear bumper. The hardtop Sport Coupe got a new notchback roofline, replacing the "fastback" C-pillar from to Ventless front windows were used on all models.

Chevrolet had a rudimentary "power vent" system featuring vents in the instrument panel. The ignition switch was moved from the instrument panel to the steering column, and when the key was removed, the steering wheel and shift lever were locked. The model year Impala production topped Caprice production by , units.

Impala station wagons were renamed Kingswood, a name which would continue through The similar Impala got a minor facelift featuring a more conventional under the grille bumper replacing the wrap-around unit used in along with new triple vertical taillights in the rear bumper.

Exports[ edit ] Right hand drive cars were manufactured in Canada for export to countries such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, etc.

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Radios centrally mounted and heaters were locally sourced and wipers parked in the center of the windscreen. Australian models were assembled in Australia from kits, as this lessened tax on the cars.

The Australian cars had locally sourced amber flashing rear indicators replacing the clear reversing lenses, as red flashers were banned there. For New Zealand assembly, the bodies were supplied from Canada already welded, painted and trimmed. Unlike all other years, the Super Sport package was available on any Impala, including sedans and station wagons the sales brochure shows a 4-door hardtop Sport Sedan with the SS package.

The package also included upgraded tires on station wagon wheels, springs, shocks and special sintered metallic brake linings. Only Impala Super Sports came from the factory with the From to , an additional model, the SS, was available. From through , the Super Sport was a separate model, with its own VIN prefix for V8 models, versus the for the regular Impala. Super Sports from to came with engine-turned aluminum trim, which was replaced by a "blackout" trim strip in which ran under the taillights.

Rocker panel trim was deleted. The new center console housed a rally-type electric clock, and full instrumentation now included a vacuum gauge. A total of , Impala SS coupes and convertibles were built for The Impala SS was facelifted with a revised grille and new rectangular taillights that replaced the triple round units.

A chrome beltline strip shared with regular Impalas was added in response to complaints about door dings on the clean-lined s. Inside were new "Strato-bucket" front seats with thinner and higher seat backs, and a center console with an optional gauge package available. The Impala SS was less decorated than other Impalas; Super Sports had black grille accents and black-accented body-side and rear fender moldings. Lesser models leaned more toward brightwork inside and out.

Buyers could choose either vinyl bucket seats with a center console, or a Strato-Bench seat with a fold-down center armrest. Standard wheel covers were the same as the optional full covers on other big Chevrolets, but the centers featured the "SS" logo surrounded by tri-color ring of red, white and blue. None of these cars had the name "Impala" anywhere on the body or interior, and Chevrolet often marketed them as the "Chevrolet SS," sans the "Impala" name.

The Z24 package also included a special hood with fake chrome-plated intake.

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Special SS badging, inside and out, was the rule, but few were sold, since muscle car enthusiasts were seeking big-block intermediates, such as the Chevelle SS and Plymouth Road Runner. In as Caprice sales escalated, those of the Impala Super Sport suffered a decline.

Much of this drop in sales was no doubt due to the availability of big-block engines in the mid-sized and lighter Chevelle, and even Novas could be special-ordered with the engine with the new-for body. Only 38, Impalas were so-equipped, including 1, with the Z24 package, which was carried over from This was the final year for the Impala SS until Unlike the previous two years, the s finally got "Impala" script on the front fenders and interior.

Although sales of Zoptioned Impalas increased to approximately 2, units from the 1, Zoptioned units of , and high-powered big-block V8 engines continued to be available, there would be no Impala SS for Fifth generation — [ edit ].