Gateway Classic Cars is poised to present this 1967 Chevrolet
Corvette in the Milwaukee Showroom. The Corvette has always been,
and always might be, the flagship vehicle of the Chevrolet lineup
setting the bar high in terms of quality, features, and performance
for American cars year after year. The C2 came about offering a
couple versions that would strike as iconic among a vehicle that
was already regarded as a legend. This 1967 might remind one of the
poor blue C2 that got hauled away by an airplane in the movie Con
Air (it does for me), but it is much more than that. Under the
reverse opening hood of this pale blue beauty lies a 327 cubic inch
small block V8 that comes as the 365hp version which featured sold
lifter cam and more aggressive internals to offer improvement over
the 300hp version engine of the same size. This engine has since
been rebuilt and offers a few more ponies that it came with. The
327 is bolted up to a 4-speed manual transmission which gives the
purist feel of what it is to drive an American sports car. The
interior matches the outside beautifully in blue vinyl. The Vette
is armed with a manual convertible top and AM/FM radio. This 1967
Chevrolet Corvette is at Gateway Classic Cars and can be seen at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com which includes 100+ HD photos and HD
video. To see the car in person, it can be seen at our Milwaukee
Showroom located at 9949 58th Place Suite 400, Kenosha WI 53144.
Any and all questions can be answered by our knowledgeable staff by
calling (262) 891-4253 or email us at
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