1967 Chevy Corvette - $75,000.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette
1967 was intended to be a redesign year for the Chevrolet Corvette but due to continued redesigns on the C3 generation they held off and released in 1967 the final C2 Sting Ray available. This meant all the improvements incorporated throughout the generation were applied to these cars. This 67 is a clean little car that has been kept very stock. It is painted in a Lynndale Blue and is 1 out of 1,381 done in this color. It has a matching convertible top that is in good condition and raises/lowers with ease. The original chrome bumpers, trim and emblems are cleanly mounted in place and in good shape. All of the lights/electrical are working properly and the headlights both open correctly. The car rolls around on a set of nice cast aluminum wheels with Pirelli P400 tires that have plenty of life left in them.
H22 March 22nd, 1967
67 467 Convertible
418 Dark Blue Vinyl Interior
977 Blue paint
Getting those tires spinning is a 327V8 (350 hp) motor that is date code correct. The block/heads are painted Chevrolet Orange and the motor is fitted with finned Corvette valve covers and a chrome air cleaner. The side pipes look perfect on a car like this and deliver a nice rumble. The car runs very well and with a 4 speed manual transmission is very fun to drive. It also has power steering making it a very comfortable easy driver as well. The remainder of the drivetrain and suspension is all the stock set up and all functioning properly.
The interior is done in a matching Blue and in good condition. It features all of the stock style gauges, knobs, switches, trim, AM/FM radio, etc. Everything is working and is ready to go.
This nice Corvette is a clean car that just needs a new driver behind the wheel! These old Corvettes are nice investment cars and will continue to be a sought after classic for many many years to come.
Add it to your collection for $75,000.00!
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