There are 2 things on the cowl tag that tell you for certain that the car is a genuine Super Sport. Body Style number 1467 is an Impala SuperSport convertible. 1964 was the first year that Chevy created a separate model number for the Super Sport. Also, the TRIM number of 845 indicates bucket seats, which were only available on Super Sport models.
I Have A 64 Impala Convertible Believed To Be A True Ss Car.
Need Some Help Decoding The Body Tag;
St 64 1467 Sl02731 Body
Tr 845-1 919 Paint
Allso Has Large No 16 Stamped In Plate????
Any Help Would Be Apreciated.
07C body built 3rd week of july in 64
64-1467 64 impala ss convertible body
SL02731 2,731st impala ss conv. body built at the St Louis Plant
845 White bucket seat interior
-1 Whire conv top
919 Lagoon Aqua Paint
W tinted windshield
2K Factory air
2S Rear Antenna
3C Padded Dash
5W seat belts with retractors
The handstamped 16 is most likely an inspectors number. I have seen it on another 64 SS conv from St Louis.
Could you send me the vin#? I would like to add this car to the fullsize database.