Chevrolet has used the SS nameplate for the Impala on a few occasions. The first time around, the Super Sport from the 1960s topped 425 horsepower from a 7.0-liter engine fed by a four-barrel carburetor. Three decades later, the golden bowtie treated us to a sleeper sedan with fuel injection for the LT1 small-block V8 related to the Corvette.
Chevy models of this family coming from the 1960s are all the craze today. We’ve seen countless examples changing hands for big bucks over the past year, despite the different types of crises that have plagued our world. And here’s another, a perfect find to feature as part of carstoofast’s special Chevrolet Month coverage.