The seventh generation of the Impala SS is easily my favourite Impala still today. It was manufactured from 1994 to 1996 so these cars are getting harder to find even if they were mass produced. All of them feature the LT1 5.7L V8 engine and all of them are mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. They produce 260 horsepower and 330 lb feet of torque, powered through a rear-wheel drive setup. This was a 4-door sedan that could do 0-60 in 7 seconds and a quarter mile time in 15.3 seconds, and that was back in the 90s! Needless to say, these are becoming classics and you have a chance to own one now.
This one isn’t perfect but it appears most of the work is going to be cosmetic. This is a black 1995 vintage, with 200000 miles on the clock and supposedly a clean title. The seller notes this Impala SS has a solid engine and tranny and it runs and drives. It does look like it’s fairly original except for some of the parts we can see from the photos including the headlights and the Pioneer double din radio.
The exterior of this Impala SS is a bit rough. The car looks like it features a couple of different colours of different body panels. It also looks like the headlights were swapped for some aftermarket ones which just look cheap. The front grill is largely missing with only about half of it still on the vehicle, which is also kinda like the driver side window which is completely missing. Judging by the plastic wrap in place of the driver’s door window, I believe you’ll be needing a window should you pick this thing up.
Inside the car looks like the trim pieces are all there although the aftermarket Pioneer stereo will need some clean up work done. it looks like it was installed pretty crudely. The driver’s seat has a large tear in it however the rest of the seats look like they are in OK shape. It is an all leather interior so it might be easy to get it reupholstered or source other seats.
If you’re interested, you can find this Impala SS in Paterson, New Jersey for $3,999 here.