1967 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Red
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Checkout this beautiful 1967!
900A Tuxedo Black
408BP Red Interior
427 Cubic Inch
351 Casting Cylinder Block
High Performance Square Port Heads
3894374 Tri-Power Intake
Front Carb- LIST 3659
Center Carb- LIST 3660
Rear Carb- LIST 3659
w/ Correct Secondary Diaphragms
Correct Throttle Linkage
Correct Tri-Power Fuel Lines
Transistorized Ignition w/ Correct Plug Wires
Correct Tachometer Drive Distributor
Correct Distributor Shielding
Correct Valve Covers
843 61 AMP Alternator
Muncie 4 Speed w/ Correct Shifter
Exhaust Manifold w/ side pipes
4 Row Radiator w/ Shroud
Black Convertible Top
Red Leather Bucket Seats
Correct Stinger Hood
Factory Gauges w/ 6500 Redline Tachometer
Walnut Steering Wheel
AM/FM Cassette Radio
4 Wheel Manual Disc Brakes
Original Bolt On 15" Wheels
Redline Radial Tires
LH Outside Mirror
Day/Night Review Mirror
1963 marked the 10th anniversary of the Chevrolet Corvette and it was celebrated with a stunning new Sting Ray design. Produced for just
five years, the styling impact of this body style can still be seen in modern cars some five decades after it was introduced. Notable features
on the C2 Corvettes include aircraft-inspired gauge layout, independent rear suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.
The 1967 Corvette marked the final and most highly refined of the ground breaking and revered second-generation Corvettes. Sometimes
referred to as a C2, the Corvette was offered in a convertible and, for the first time, a fastback coupe. Both designs offered unique styling
and continued the Corvette tradition of fiberglass body design. Many serious enthusiasts feel that the final year offering of the C2 platform
was the most refined and best all-around version of this design.
The vehicle's inner structure received as much attention as the aerodynamics of its exterior. The Sting Ray emerged with nearly twice as
much steel support in its central structure as the 1958–62 Corvette. The resulting extra weight was balanced by a reduction in fiberglass
thickness, so the finished product actually weighed a bit less than the old roadster. Passenger room was as good as before despite the
tighter wheelbase, and the reinforcing steel girder made the cockpit both stronger and safer.
There is nothing like a full-blown big block powertrain to boost any Corvette aficionado’s heart rate, especially high-quality examples such
as this 1967 roadster. Casting “351” 427 big block engine, complete with High Performance Square Port Heads.
Car & Driver magazine said in their May 1967 issue that “As it sits, the Sting Ray is the most sophisticated passenger car made in America
— in terms of engine, drivetrain, suspension and brakes — and among the best engineered sports cars made anywhere. If that isn't good
enough to make it the Best All-Around Car of 1967, we'd like to know what is.”
Retaining the original fiberglass body panels and the RPO L71 427/435 Turbo-Jet V-8 engine, this factory side-exhaust car was also
equipped with a Muncie close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission and 4.11 Positraction differential.
Finished in Tuxedo Black with the original hood, this Corvette is accented by a black convertible top and a black vinyl-covered removable
hardtop over the extremely well preserved red interior.
A powerful Corvette, this would be a great car to take on vintage rallies, to car shows, tours, and club events. Or you could simply get
in it on an early Sunday morning to wake up the neighbors. Beautifully presented throughout, this big block Corvette is ready for its next