The Complete History of the Chevrolet Impala

1967

Chevy felt the '67 Sport Coupe was yet another step up in class. It used an undistracted roofline that flows straight into the lid, complemented by "hop-up" rear fenders. The tail lights, still boxed up, were much more set off in the '67 model with a black "cove" and chrome and metal trim surrounding and separating the blocks. This was the first time we saw the wraparound front grille, elongating the lattice through the corners. To keep up with federal regulations, this year saw many new safety improvements, including a fully collapsible steering column, side marker lights and shoulder belts.

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