The 1969 Chevy Impala was available as a sedan, hardtop coupe, hardtop sedan, Formal Top Custom Coupe, convertible, and a 6- or 9-passenger Kingswood station wagon. In total, around 777,000 examples were constructed, with pricing beginning at $2,900. The base engine was an overhead valve six-cylinder unit displacing 230 cubic-inches and offering 140 horsepower. The sportier models (including the Custom Coupe and convertible) and the Kingswood station wagons came standard with a 307 CID V8.
The Impala's had triple taillights, bright metal along the lower portion of the body, and body-side script displaying the Impala name.
Standard equipment included bright metal rear window, roof drip and windshield moldings. They had front and rear side marker lamps and a glove box light. They had all the GM safety features, door-actuated light switches, heater, defroster, cigarette lighter, locking glove box, carpeting, armrests, and center dome light. They also came with a Deluxe steering wheel, door and window frame moldings, and extra-thick seat cushions in the front. The Sport Coupe had bright metal moldings below the doors and wheel lip moldings. Convertible models had vinyl upholstery and carpeted lower door panels. Kingsman station wagons had courtesy lights and body side moldings.By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2014