For final year of the Corvette C2, the 1967 Corvette received
significant style and power upgrades. Redesigned fender vents, new
rear lighting styles and an upgraded interior were complimented by
great increases in horsepower. As the C3 Corvettes were met with
varying degrees of reception due to their extreme styling, the '67
is highly sought after for its classic design and impressive
performance.Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is
exempt and unknown if original.
This 1967 Corvette has been meticulously maintained in climate controlled storage by the same owner for nearly 30-years. The Lynndale Blue exterior is extraordinary and ties into the beautiful matching interior. All exterior brightwork demonstrates how carefully this car has been stored over the years. The 327ci 350hp 8-cylinder, tied to a 4-speed manual transmission, fires up and drivers like a dream. If you are looking an an exquisite '67 to add to your collection, look no further.
Unless stated otherwise, vehicle mileage on title is exempt and unknown if original.
Putting the power behind the driver has been proposed frequently, and for more than 60 years
GM Styling Division had updated the sports car and added a rotary engine before the automaker pulled the plug on the project
They called it “King of the Hill”
The Pick of the Day has T-top, a long list of awards and honors, and very low mileage
This is the 30th and final car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 25th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
1979 El Vette has been donated to the National Corvette Museum
We’ll know how much collectors are willing to spend when the L88 duo crosses the Mecum block in Kissimmee