This striking and iconic 1967 Chevrolet 427 Corvette Roadster is in Rally Red.
Restored by the third owner between 1984-1985 before making its rounds on the concours and show ‘n shine circuits locally and regionally.
History, service records and judging sheets accompany the sale. With the same owner since 1988, this Stingray has been carefully cared for throughout is charmed life in California.
· Power windows
· Muncie M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission
· AM/FM Radio
· Reproduction Mag Wheels
· New Soft Top + Original and Matching Hardtop
· Original Owner’s Manual + Reproduction User’s Manual
· Protecto Plate Document Included
· No Fuel Tank Sticker
· Two Sets of Keys Including Originals
· Signed Nolan Adams books
B12: September 12, 1966 Build Date
67 467: Year 1967, 467 is Convertible Body
Trim: 402AA is Black Leather
974AA: Rally Red exterior color
S0335: St. Louis body build, convertible number sequence
Engine Pad Stampings: T0824IM
T: Tonawanda engine factory
08: Month of August
24: 24th Day of August
IM: Air Injector Reactor (A.I.R. for California) for 427
3904351: All 427
Dealer: Good Chevrolet
1630 Park Street
Repainted in Rally Red and reupholstered black interior, this Vette has an honest feel to it while sharp enough looking to turn heads at any cars and coffee or club event. Originally a 427 390hp car but switched to Tri Power set up, this V8 paired with a Muncie M21 four-speed manual transmission is the perfect 60’s muscle car pairing.
A total rebuild on the motor - down to the crank – was just completed in 2020 by Great Marques in Redwood City, who has exclusively worked on the car. A new clutch was also installed. File folder with Great Marques repair invoices are available. The original 390 intake manifold comes with the car but is rusted as it hasn’t been used since the restoration. Other items and misc. parts are included with the sale.
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All inspections welcome. We ship worldwide.
Contact us at 831.373.3131 or [email protected]
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