1967 Corvette Convertible 427-400 hp, 4 speed with a IM original stamp, also has factory original body/trim tag. Marlboro Maroon paint with Black stinger, Black interior, and Black soft top. In California storage for almost 35 years and last registered in California in 1978. Appears to be body-off restored with excellent paint, interior, top, chrome, and tires. The seats, door panels, and dash pads are original. Optioned with power brakes, 3.36 posi, SS brakes, AM/FM radio, aluminized exhaust, rallys, and red stripe radials. Most all factory correct type components.
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