The '67 on the show is a four-door sedan, probably chosen because it's a lot cheaper to replace than the more popular two-doors, which are becoming rare and considerably more expensive. This particular model ran for three years, 1965 through 1967, with only minor changes each year. Most notably, the 1965 had round taillights and a smaller grill. The 1966 kept the grill but moved to square taillights. The 1967 added the wraparound grill and front disc brakes (the first year they were available for Chevy).
Any fan of Supernatural or muscle cars in general would love to get their hands on a car like this. Well, I did. Here's how it happened:
I've got a long history with classic cars. I love hot rods and muscle cars, and even old trucks and motorcycles. I had restored old vehicles in the past, but I eventually ended up selling them. Then, about two years ago, my wife and I were discussing the fact that our son was going to be driving soon and he'd need a car. Like most parents, I believe my kids should earn the things they have. I also wanted to teach my son the value and pride of good, hard work. I got the chance to do just that when I found an old, beat up '66 Impala for sale at a fire-sale price. I showed it to my wife and son, and we were all in agreement. A week later, we towed it home:
I wasn't going to have my son driving around with the original manual drum brakes, so I purchased a disc brake conversion kit: