1967 Corvette Convertible Hardtop, 327-350 hp, factory air, 4 speed, numbers match, (the real deal), also has factory original body/trim tag, 67,737 actual miles. Marina Blue paint with Black interior. Amazing original unrestored car in show condition. These original unmolested cars are among the rarest of rare and are rising to the top of the Corvette food chain as unrestored cars are used as guideposts for restorers, shining a light on the way vehicles were originally built. The engine, transmission, and rear are all numbers matching. Also has an affirmation by CCAS, LLC/Al Grenning as to the legitimacy and originality of the trim tag, engine pad and stampings. NCRS Top Flight award in August 2010 and obvious of a car that has received meticulous care and maintenance since new. Optioned with factory air, power steering, leather, headrests, shoulder harness, auxiliary hardtop, 3.08 posi, SS brakes, AM/FM radio, aluminized exhaust, tinted glass, rallys, and 7.75x15" white stripe tires. Most all factory correct type components.
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