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1967 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster
Sting Ray (two words) was first used on the 1963 Corvette and
remained throughout the C2 generation. The C3 debuted in 1968
without the Sting Ray name, but it reappeared on the fenders of the
1969 model as one word, Stingray. It would remain there until
For consignment from an ultra-passionate consigner who got plenty
of enjoyment from this Corvette, even searching for it originally,
was a very selective process prior to choosing this particular one.
A beautifully preserved Sting Ray with a Black Vinyl removable
hardtop among other very beautiful things, this is one of the
nicest Vettes to grace our halls here at Classic Auto Mall, and we
have a lot of them right now!
Rally Red which I can add is a truly beautiful paint job nearly
perfect respray, with a Black "Stinger"/ big block hood scoop that
is a reproduction, shark like "gills" as side intakes on the front
quarter panel, and showroom chrome. A factory optioned side piped
car, they just add gleam to the rockers. The shark nosed and pointy
rear are classic in this Zora Duntov influenced designed car. Ultra
clean wheels with deep dish trim are wrapped by thin line Cooker
Classic radial tires all around. Underneath the hardtop is a very
good condition black canvas convertible top.
Pristine Black vinyl buckets sit in front of a dual "eyebrow
cowling" dash which includes perfect condition embedded gauges on
the driver's side, and a curved glove box on the passenger. These
flank a center vertical pillar that houses a large clock, airflow
knobs and a vertically mounted Corvette radio/Cassette player.
Moving downward and between the seats, the console houses a
Competition Plus Hurst shifter. Fronting the dash is a replaced
steering wheel that is covered in teak. A note the buckets have
been fitted with original shoulder harnesses that were once
removed. Like new black carpet covers the floors and has Corvette
floor mats above it.
A numbers matching HT RPO L79 327ci V8 with a Holly 4-barrel
carburetor atop, and a Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmission in
back, puts power to an AM 3.36:1 rear.
An extremely clean, even sporting a shine in some areas,
undercarriage is seen all underneath this car.
The passion and pride of ownership this consigner set out to
produce his perfect vision of the '67 Vette. Some replaced parts,
and engine and transmission rebuild, a new convertible top, the
additional hardtop, reproduction big block hood, and other small
upgrades, make all the difference on this car. All original parts
have been retained, as well as extensive documentation of the whole
process from buying to now consigning, but honestly the way this
car shows and goes, I would not change a thing. Why mess with
Block Stamp Code
V-Flint Engine Plant
0227-February 27th 1967
HT-327 350HP Hydraulic Lifter 4BBL
S-St.Louis MO, Final Assy Plant
113727-Sequential Unit Number
H06-March 6th Body Build Date
STYLE 67-467- 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
BODY A-1899-AO Smith Body, Livonia, MI Body #1899
TRIM STD-Black Vinyl
PAINT 974-Rally Red
Final Assembly Date- Thursday March 16th 1967
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.
Exterior Color:Rally Red
- Interior Color:Black
- Stock Number:1330