The Chevy Impala has been known for a lot of things over the years: cruiser, family car, muscle car, top-speed racer and drag racer among them. The 1967 model though, while it has had its fair share of publicity over the years, reached new -- or renewed -- fame in 2005 when brothers Sam and Dean drove their black beast into modern television history, in the show "Supernatural."
If you're looking for a restorable project car with most of the pieces -- minus engine and transmission -- expect to spend about $2,000 to $3,000, as of 2013. A decent driver with the 283 V-8 might go for between $7,000 and $10,000 online, and about $16,000 to $17,000 will get you a 327-powered daily driver in good shape. The average auction price for 1967 Impalas is $27,700, with the most expensive models selling for upward of $95,000. While 427-powered models have sold for an average of $57,400 at auction, the average V-8 hard-top goes for $25,200. Convertible V-8 models fetch about $3,000 more. Oddly enough, the highest average price goes to six-cylinder convertible models, which at $42,600, go for three times the amount of a six-cylinder hard-top. On average, 1967 Impalas sell for about $5,000 less than same-year Pontiac Grand Prix, $3,000 less than 1967 Chevelles, $2,000 less than 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supremes and $5,000 more than 1967 Camaros and Firebirds.
If you need your 1967 Impala fix but haven't saved up the money for the real thing yet, you can pick up an official Greenlight die-cast model of Sam and Dean's black "Supernatural" Impala SS for about $25 online.