The SS427 package was available on the Impala sport coupe, Impala Custom hardtop, and Impala convertible. The SS427 package was available on the Impala sport coupe, Impala Custom hardtop, and Impa While the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals are known for the presence of amazing dealer-prepped muscle by the likes of Yenko, Baldwin-Motion, Nickey, etc., there are also a number of other Bow Ties of note. Here are some of them. The first year for the SS427 package for the Impala was in 1967. This 1967 Impala SS427 had a nice, subtle "period" paint job. The first year for the Super Sport package was in 1961. Fewer than 500 were built. This Biscayne received some personalized touches including SS427 hood. This is a good reason why Chevrolet was number one in 1964. Remember when? This is a hunch, but this 1960 Impala doesn't have its original motor. Harley Earl probably never imagined the lengths people would go in going faster in their '57 Chevy. Harley Earl probably never imagined the lengths people would go in going faster in their ' A '64 that's a little stock, a little modified. An old wagon like this '60 is one to cherish because they often were disposable when the kids graduated to Chevelles. An old wagon like this '60 is one to cherish because they often were disposable when the k The Chicago Fire Vega alcohol funny car. El Camino SS396s may have been Chevy's muscle truck, but this is a muscle T-R-U-C-K. Factory stock is cool, but are gassers cooler? This was high-tech back in the day. OK, maybe not. Note the Caprice with the optional hidden headlights on this dealer item. Nicely modded '55 wagon has Nomad rear fenders--a nice detail. This is the interior of the '55 wagon. Well done. The '55 wagon from behind. By Diego Rosenberg Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!