This matching-numbers 1967 427/390hp Turbo-Jet 4-speed manual Corvette convertible is optioned with tinted glass, dual side exhausts, vacuum-power heavy-duty brakes, rare head rests and AM/FM radio. The car's current state of preservation, courtesy of its recent restoration, was able to achieve the coveted Bloomington Gold Certification in June 2017. Its Goodwood Green paint and standard black vinyl interior are factory original as built, as are its black soft-top and original factory vinyl hardtop. Rally wheels and red line tires give this classic the race look. This �Vette has 1,462 miles since its complete ground-up restoration. Accompanying this motorcar is the original manual and dealer pouch, original jack, and the original order copy from new.
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