For Sale: 1967 Chevrolet Corvette in West Chester, Pennsylvania

$499,000  

Vehicle Description

Bloomington Gold Certified in 2016 and 1999
Original tank sticker has been CCAS affirmed and NCRS validated
NCRS Shipping data report
Sold new at Casey Cole Chevrolet in Bradford, Pennsylvania
Al Grenning cylinder case/engine pad, trim tag and document affirmations
Bloomington Gold judging sheets
Previously restored to exacting standards
Very desirable color and option combinations
Original body and chassis
Restoration freshened in 2016 by County Corvette in Westchester, Pennsylvania
Marina Blue with Blue vinyl interior
Original drivetrain
Original matching numbers 427/435 HP Tri-Power V-8 engine
M21 4-speed transmission
3.70 Positraction
White convertible top
Vinyl covered auxiliary hardtop
AM/FM radio
Tinted windshield
F41 suspension
Factory side exhaust
Factory original Kelsey Hayes bolt-on wheel and Redline tire car
Bona fides are everything in the collectible Corvette world, and this stunning 1967 convertible has been thoroughly vetted. Let's start with Bloomington Gold certification, which this car has earned twice. The first Bloomington Gold certificate came in 1999, the second in 2016 following a freshening by County Corvette of Westchester, Pennsylvania, of its earlier restoration. (Those Bloomington Gold judging sheets also come with the car.) The original tank sticker received an affirmation by CCAS and was validated by NCRS, which also provided a shipping data report for the car. The cylinder case/engine pad, trim tag and documentation were also affirmed by Al Grenning.

The L71 engine was one of the reasons why the 1967 model is special among midyear Corvettes, the final-and some say best-version of the second-generation Sting Ray. Among the enhancements Chevrolet made to the 1967 Corvette was the introduction of the 427/435 HP L71 V-8. Built with a 4-bolt-main block, special performance mechanical camshaft, 11.0:1 compression and an aluminum intake manifold mounting three 2-barrel Holley carburetors, the L71 earned the highest horsepower rating of any Corvette of the era. Its distinctive triangular air cleaner nestled beneath another new-for-1967 component-the handsome stinger hood. The L71 in this Corvette is its original, matching-numbers engine, breathing through factory side exhaust and sending its 460 lb-ft of torque to the original M21 4-speed manual transmission and 3.70 Positraction rear end.

Finished in Marina Blue paint, the original fiberglass body has two tops, a white convertible top and a removable, vinyl-covered hardtop. The Corvette still rides on its original chassis, which is fitted with the heavy-duty F41 suspension. It rolls on Kelsey-Hayes bolt-on wheels (another option new for the year) mounting correct redline tires. Inside, the blue vinyl bucket-seat interior includes an AM/FM radio, and the driver views the road ahead through a tinted windshield. All-in-all, this 427/435 HP convertible boasts very desirable color and option combinations, authenticated paperwork and the highest honors in the industry.

Simply put, you will not find another like it and you cannot price shop it. Rarely are 435s such as this available on the open market. If you want the best, the time is now.
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610 696 7888

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Chevrolet Corvette
  • Listing ID:CC-1466426
  • Price:$499,000
  • Location:West Chester, Pennsylvania
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Corvette
  • Exterior Color:Marina Blue
  • Interior Color:Blue
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number:12741
  • VIN:194677S115952

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315 Westtown Rd. #2
West Chester, PA 19382