National Geographic : 1965 Mar
Impala 4-Door 3-Seat Station Wagon Some bumps get through Chevrolet's new suspension. But when a bump gets through those 4 double-acting shock absorbers, 4 coil springs, 1 Girder-Guard frame and over 50 rubber shock cushioners, you must be off the road. This wagon rides much like Impala coupes and sedans. It should. It has the same new suspension. We feel that if you just want load space, you'd buy a truck. Yet this wagon has more space than ever before. Over 100 cu. ft. of it. And it has the elegance of Impala convert ibles. All vinyl upholstery over foam cushioned seats. And deep-twist carpeting, door to door. In fact unless you glance back at all that space, you'd never know you were in a wagon at all. You can order it with just about everything available on other Impalas, too. Including the new 396-cu.-in. Turbo-Jet V8 and either the new fully synchronized 3-Speed transmission or Turbo Hydra-Matic for quicker passing and quieter cruising. And this wagon comes with all Chevrolet's car-life preservers. From rust-resisting inner fender skirts to a battery-saving Delcotron generator. You can tell this spacious, elegant, rugged station wagon is a Chevrolet another way, too. It's reasonably priced. ... Chevrolet Division of General Motors, Detroit, Michigan.