SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Marlboro Maroon exterior with Black hood stinger, code correct Black vinyl interior. Numbers matching 435hp 427ci L71 engine, numbers matching close ratio 4 speed manual transmission, numbers matching 4.11 posi rear-end. Features include power brakes, side exhaust, redline tires, bolt-on wheels, AM/FM radio, transistor ignition, soft ray windshield, J56 heavy duty brakes. Originally assembled on March 2, 1967, this 1967 Corvette 427/435hp is in very nice shape, featuring a BODY-OFF restoration, as well as a 2012 NCRS Chapter Top Flight award, and a more recent NCRS Regional Second Flight award. This is a very rare car as well, not just because of the L71 engine, but also as it was one of just 267 equipped with factory heavy duty brakes. A special note from the owner of Buyavette: After attending recent televised auctions, I return with amassment that this 67 Judged Vette is grossly underpriced. Raising the price is not something we do or have done as the price remains. Like Vettes recently sold at auction commanded $175,000 and more. Don't miss out on a deal rarely seen. Judged 1967 435hp are once again ringing the bell and appreciating rapidly. Odometer shows 19,871 miles, which are documented as actual by a 2012 Georgia title. This car's paint looks to be recent NCRS-spec lacquer, and is good-vg with a nice shine. All exterior glass in this car shows a correct date code. Chrome bumpers and exterior door handles show a vg-exc finish, and taillights are vg-exc as well. Weatherstripping is good-vg. Bolt-on wheels are vg-exc with vg-exc center caps, and BF Goodrich Silvertown redline radial tires show an average of 10/32nds tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1967 Corvette 427/435hp shows vg-exc loop carpet, dash pods, center console, and gauges, good-vg seats, and good condition steering wheel and GM seatbelts. Original/unrestored interior components included the dash, seats, gauges, door panels, and seatbelts. The numbers matching engine in this car shows original casting date January 23, 1967, and final assembly date February 14, 1967. Correct air cleaner, intake manifold, exhaust manifolds, valve covers, ignition shielding, ignition wires, and radiator hoses and clamps are all in place, and the frame is clean, solid, and rust-free. This car has been fully serviced, and all instrument gauges, lights, turn signals, brakes, engine, transmission and rear-end are all in good operating condition. Please note that the tires and some other components may have been changed since NCRS judging was done. Call us today to put this super nice 435hp Coupe in your collection! 20K Miles. NADA Value: $176,350. Our Price: $134,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
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