Absolute Perfection in Cosmetic and Mechanical Condition
Restored to Factory Specs All Around.
The Model - Many fans of the "mid-year" Corvettes consider the 1967's to be in a class by themselves. With a wide array of colors, trims, accessories and performance options available, one could order a unique car right from the factory and quite possibly create a one-of-one. One of the most popular choices in the powertrain selection for 1967 was the 390 HP, 427 Turbo-Jet V8, which provided plenty of torque, with nearly unbeatable acceleration. The best part about these big-block cars is that factory air-conditioning could be installed providing comfortable cruising temperatures for driver and passenger. For 1967, subtle styling cues also set these cars apart from earlier models. In today's collector Corvette world, authenticity has become an art-form with accuracy in restorations being paramount to the dedicated hobbyist's desires.
The Car - This stunning Corvette convertible is like eye-candy for the Stingray fan. Finished in Ermine White with the red racing stripe centered on the stinger-hood, the word "wow" seems to be a universal first response. Under the hood, a matching numbers block sits, fully restored to factory specifications. It has everything you could wish for, sumptuous red vinyl bucket seats beckon you to sit inside, turn-up the factory AM-FM radio, hear that engine roar to life, push down on the clutch, pull the chrome shift lever into first, and prepare yourself for a thrill-ride that can't be beaten. While you're at it, power-up those windows and crank up the air-conditioning. During an inspection run, this car performed admirably with all gauges working and the sound coming from those side-mounted exhaust pipes just added to the ambiance of a perfect touring machine. Countless hours and dollars have been invested in making this Corvette a machine filled with beauty and perfection, and you can do the easy part by raising your hand and bidding on this Stingray. There will be no disappointments.