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Below is text from print ads for the '67 Chevrolet Impala SS427 Sport Coupe
Heavy. The way most people want an Impala, nearly two tons. And big. It's body by Fisher is over six and one-half feet wide and, bumper to bumper, it's over 17 and one-half feet long.
And secure. It has the GM-developed energy absorbing steering column, an energy absorbing steering wheel and instrument panel. It has a dual master cylinder brake system with a light to warn you of a pressure difference in either system.
And it's right. A 1967 Caprice, Impala, Bel Air or Biscayne is built for the highways like never before. And inside, with it's many new ideas, you take along all the peace and quite and comforts of home. Maybe even more. Now, at your Chevrolet dealer's.
Ertl Diecast No. 33392 - '67 Chevrolet Impala SS396