CAR OVERVIEW

Big block power, side pipes, fully coordinated colors, A/C interior, and a four-on-the-floor... This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette has everything you want, and it has been given all the right investments for an incredible classic Vette. So you can read on for all the details, but you already know this is the best one if you're both a collector and a driver. Tuxedo Black is always a desirable color for a mean machine like this. That's why we're pleased to see how amazingly nice the paint is on this coupe. It received a full restoration in 2008 and has gone only about 1,800 miles since then. So it retains a superior shine that comes from investing in quality. But more than just a great paint, it has all the features that make this coupe so desirable. For example, not only is the stinger hood accented in an aggressive red, but you also have redline tires for a terrific coordinating effect. There's plenty of extra shine on the mirror-like bumpers, Rally wheels, and iconic side pipes. Inside, the car flips the exterior color theme so now it's red with black accents. You can tell there was plenty spent here, the red leather interior feels so fresh. This is the kind of deep and aggressive color that'll get you in the performance car mood before even turning the key. There's also plenty of bright work on everything from the knobs for the AM/FM stereo, to the glove box lid in the iconic dual cowl dash. When you sit in the low-back bucket seats and grab the chrome shifter, the atmosphere instantly gets nostalgic. The wood-grained steering wheel feels great, and it gives you a commanding view of the full gauges including the large speedo and tach. The power windows make it easy to hear the big block rumble. Thanks to cold air conditioning, you can stay cool with the windows down all summer long. There's definitely something magical about a 427 in a Corvette. Not only do you have the clout of the largest V8 available that year, but also it's dressed properly with Chevy Orange on the block. Plus, there's a nice bit of flash with the ignition shield, valve covers, and chrome air topper w/427 decals. While the presentation is extra tidy, you're going to love the V8 even more out on the road. That's because you have full control over this power and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the Muncie four-speed manual transmission. In fact, this big block classic is all about control. It has a Positraction rear end; the fully-independent suspension holds the road better than some modern muscle machines; and the four-wheel disc brakes provide superior stopping power. The sale comes complete with restoration photos. This final-year C2 is the total package, and it's turn-key ready, so all it needs is a true collector to take it home. Is that you? Call now!




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