This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible keeps the iconic C2
silhouette, but it has a modern LS3 engine lurking beneath the
Stinger hood. Plus, take the time to look over the new sleek paint,
upgraded A/C interior, six-speed transmission, and custom details.
It really is a restomod that delivers iconic looks with a ton of
This Sting Ray gives very few hints at the modern car that lies
beneath the surface. Instead its first impression just looks like
an exceptionally restored 'Vette. It has crisp bodywork, beautiful
chrome, and panels that look like someone sweated the details. But
then you start to notice a little more. For example, Marlboro
Maroon is a year-correct color, but there's a smooth finish and a
deep luster that comes from a modern application that happened in
2020. And the larger 18-inch wheels really let you see the red
caliper behind them. Other sporty details just remind you of the
best of the C2, like those awesome side pipes. And we love the
Stinger hood. Not only is it the symbol of a powerful Corvette, but
also since it's done in black, it coordinates with the folding
The black interior also goes with the Stinger hood, and so you get
a nice color package no matter if the roof is up or down. Just like
the exterior, the presentation inside wants to keep it vintage with
just the right upgrades. That means the bucket seats, wood-rimmed
steering wheel, and full gauge package all have the right classic
feel. But the upgraded R134a air conditioning makes every sunny day
drive more enjoyable. And have you counted the gears on the Hurst
shifter's pattern yet?
Under the hood is a modern 6.2-liter LS3 motor. It has been so
cleanly installed, it almost looks like they put this modern heart
in on day one. These fuel-injected V8s were 425+ horsepower
juggernauts in the C6 Corvette, and so it gives you family lineage
and a ton of extra power. And those header-fed side pipes make such
a sweet high-octane soundtrack. For true restomod status you need
more than just an updated engine. So you also have superior control
with a strong Tremec T56 six-speed manual transmission. It feeds
the upgraded Denny's heavy-duty driveshaft and half shafts. Add in
The Stingray's fully independent suspension, power steering,
Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes, and the modern grip of ZR-rated
tires, and this is truly the ultimate Sting Ray.
The sale comes complete with build receipts and title
documentation. This is the sharp-looking and sharp-driving C2 with
a ton of extra power. So this is an awesome restomod that will put
you in the center of all the action. Call today!!!
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