This '67 Stingray Corvette is like no other. Having gone through a three-year frame-off custom restoration that was finished in the fall of 2017, no feature on the �Vette is untouched. The fully restored and modified fiberglass body sits on a SRIII Motorsports custom frame, with a C5 front suspension and a C4 independent rear suspension. The body is painted in four-coat Super Silver. A brand-new LS7 crate engine provides power to the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission. The car drives like a late-model �Vette, having new rack & pinion steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes. The frame rides on custom Boze wheels. The interior is completely new with custom leather seats, all-electronic gauges, Vintage Air heat and air conditioning, and a custom auto sound system from JL Audio. A handstitched cloth top keeps you dry in wet weather, but power windows are available to bring the outside in. Other custom features include an aluminum radiator with dual fans, stainless-steel custom fuel tank, Detroit Speed electrically powered headlights and fog lights. The car has less than 1,000 test miles since the completion of the restoration.
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