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For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet Corvette
in Hickory, North Carolina

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Paramount Classic Car Store
Paramount Classic Car Store
1205 South Center St
Hickory, NC 28602
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This 1967 Corvette Stingray Convertible 19467(Total Production Units was 14,436) and was built at the (S) St. Louis, Missouri plant on Wednesday June 7th of 1967. Its is presented in (976) - Marina Blue metallic(TPU=Total production in this color was 3,840 units) with Medium Bright Blue Metallic. The (L68) 427-cid/400-hp Tri-Power V8 with 460 ft lbs of torque(TPU=Total production of this engine was 2,101 units) is back by a Muncie (M21) 4-Speed Close-Ratio Manual Transmission(TPU=Total production of this transmission was 11,015 units). The Stingray comes with many available options that include: 414 Bright Blue / Vinyl interior (A01) Soft-Ray Tinted Windows(TPU-11,331) , (G81) Posi-traction Rear Axle(TPU=20,308), (N14) Side Mount Exhaust System(TPU=4,209) , (QB1) 7.75 x 15 Redline Tires(TPU=4,230), (U69) AM-FM Radio(TPU=22,193). This 1967 Corvette has had a Frame off restoration around 2010. The car runs and drives with no issues at this time. Here is a brief history on the 1967 Corvette's: 1967 was the last year of the 'mid year' C2 Corvettes, as the 1963 through 1967 models were known. The styling that shook the world in 1963 had proved itself everywhere, including critical praise and a sales volume that would not quit. Every model year saw a sales increase through 1966; Things cooled down for 1967 in part because a new body style would be introduced in 1968. For all cars, 1967 would be a pivotal year. Safety and smog requirements would become the law starting in 1968 and the new regulations would affect performance cars profoundly. Big blocks continued to be the way to go for Corvette purchasers in 1967; of the five engine options available, four were 427 cu. in. displacement. Multiple carburetors were the secret on the L68 (400 hp, production quantity: 2,101 (9.16%), $306) and L71 (435 hp, production quantity: 3,754 (16.36%), $437) motors. They had been used with great success in the Pontiac GTO but a GM corporate ban caused them to disappear from the Pontiac

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