Matching numbers 427/435 HP engine, Muncie 4-speed manual transmission, Restored, Rebuilt suspension, highly detailed. Correct heads, intake, dated carburetor, master cylinder, Marina Blue with Black interior, New Al Knoch, interior and Black soft top, Hardtop restored by Glassworks to like new condition, Chrome and stainless, refurbished to like new, Options include bolt on wheels, side pipes, Red Line bias ply tires, and tinted windshield, Original clock and AM/FM radio restored to new working condition, Dated seat belts.
One of only 3,754 Corvettes produced in 1967 factory optioned with the L71 427 CI V-8 engine producing 435 HP, the highest output engine at the time. This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is a matching-numbers example. Fully restored to show quality, it has a rebuilt and detailed suspension, an new Al Knoch interior with a black vinyl soft top. The brightwork has been either replaced or refurbished to like-new condition. The Corvette’s original clock and AM/FM radio have been repaired to working order. Presented in Code 976 Marina Blue with a black stinger and black interior, this open-air convertible also features side-mounted exhaust and cast aluminum bolt-on wheels wrapped in redline tires. It also comes with its factory hardtop restored by Glassworks to like-new condition. Factory optioned equipment on this stunning Sting Ray includes its L71 427/435 HP V-8 engine, Muncie 4-Speed manual transmission, (N14) side-mounted exhaust system. (N89) cast aluminum bolt-on wheels, (QB1) redline tires, (A02) Soft Ray-tinted windshield and (U69) AM/FM radio. 1967 would prove to be the final year for the Sting Ray body style, which was first introduced in 1963. The Corvette that year would feature a number of detail changes to the exterior to distinguish itself from its predecessors, such as the functional five angular slot vents on the front fenders, a rectangular back-up light positioned right above the license plate, optional cast aluminum “bolt-on” wheels devoid of the knock-offs, the removal of fender flags and the removal of hood script emblems. The interior would also be distinguished by the relocation of the parking brake from under the dashboard to between the front seats, as well as a revised seat design and elimination of the passenger hand hold above the glovebox.
The Marina blue paint shimmers and sparkles, tempting you to touch it (NO TOUCHING PLEASE :-) the body is smooth and clean, and it sounds wonderful, and lots of power., The chrome glistens in the sun, everything works, the doors close smoothly, the windows move effortlessly, the wipers wipe as they should (however I doubt the car will ever see rain). It has it all! Drive and enjoy it, show and win with it, or just admire it. However you choose to enjoy this amazing car one things for sure, this is an investment that will always pay off.