This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray roadster is one of those cars that fits just right, like your favorite pair of jeans. It packs a 350 V8, four-speed manual transmission, and side pipes that sound great everywhere, from the show field to your favorite country road.
It's hard to resist a red Corvette, especially since this car's respray really adds to this convertible's stunning appearance in the sunshine. The fit and finish is exactly what you want from a Sting Ray that reaches above driver's grade. The trim is complete, which is something you love to see because these final-year C2s had some intricate details – everything from the thin stylized bumpers, to the Corvette name in cursive on the rear. This one has all the best options like the bold side pipes, big block stinger hood, and iconic turbine wheels. The overall effect is a sophisticated sports car that has a ton of eyeball appeal. Also for the collectors out there, know that this carries its original code 900 Tuxedo Black tag – the rarest of all '67 colors. This car also comes with a hard top in Black vinyl.
Inside is a beautiful black interior that's easy to slide behind the wheel and feel like you've come home again. The vinyl is supple and undamaged, showing only what most folks would call comfort marks where someone has spent some time behind the wheel, probably grinning like crazy the entire time. A wood-rimmed steering wheel and traditional chrome shifter brighten the 'Vette's black interior, and all the gauges work properly. It's always nice to have a heater so you can keep the top down further into the fall season, but when it does come time to button-up, the white vinyl roof will keep everything snug and secure.
Power comes from a potent 350 cubic-inch V8. We all love the small-block Chevy because there are plenty of upgrades available, and it has a reputation for exceptional reliability. In fact, this one goes a little further with the block more than a decade younger than the car. The motor breathes nicely inhaling through a four-barrel Holley carburetor and exhaling out of those wicked sounding side pipes. It gives that crackle and snort of a real two-lane bruiser, especially when you take full advantage of the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. You'll have no trouble enjoying the backroads thanks to the four wheel disc brakes and modern BF Goodrich tires at all four corners.
This is a turnkey dream car for many of you who love to get out and drive. And years down the road, after you've had plenty of fun behind the wheel, this Sting Ray will still be considered one of the coolest cars ever built for generations to come. Call today!!