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1967 Corvette - The Ultimate Guide

Not surprisingly, the 1967 Corvette proved to be the most sophisticated of all the Sting Ray models. The second-generation Sting Ray had been refined to its evolutionary limits – the result of which was a car that was clearly the best model of its five-year run.

1967 Corvette Special Editions

The L88 was a special option package and boy was it a special car.

The L88 was a special option package developed under the direction of Zora Arkus-Duntov, director of GM’s performance division. First introduced in 1967, the L88 Corvette featured a highly modified version of Chevy’s 427-cubic-inch V-8 engine. Although this engine received a factory horsepower rating of 435, actual engine output was somewhere between 540 and 580 horsepower, giving the “stock” L88 enough power to run a quarter-mile in the high-11-second range!

1967 Corvette Engines

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1967 L68 427CI engine in open hood of white C2 Corvette
By the 1960s the Corvette was beginning to hit its stride, especially in terms of performance. While the GM small-block reigned supreme initially, the 1960s would see the rise of the high-displacement big-block, complete with 400-plus horsepower. This was on par with the times, as the horsepower wars of the muscle car era were in full swing. This resulted in several extremely memorable power plants.
1967 Corvette Sales Brochures
Download this 1967 Corvette Dealers Sales Brochure for a quick look at the features of the car. When sports car enthusiasts talk about Corvette, certain words, like "individual," crop up often. That's because both the Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Convertible possess a rareness...

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