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. The ‘67’s lines were the cleanest of all the C2’s, though the changes that were made to the Corvette were modest (just as they had been on the 1966 model.) To start, much of the trim (including hood script emblems and fender flags) were removed. The front fenders now featured five smaller air vents in place of the three larger ones that had originally been introduced in 1965.
Live now on Bring A Trailer is gorgeous 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible finished in red with matching red upholstered interior. The car was reportedly refurbished in the 1980s that included repainting its exterior and reupholstering its interior. Standard equipment includes includes a body-color removable hardtop, a white soft top, turbine-style 15″ alloy wheels, four-wheel disc brakes, retractable headlights, chrome split bumpers, a driver-side mirror, and a Delco push-button radio.
Power is sourced from a 327ci L79 V8 paired to a four-speed manual transmission that was factory rated to generate 350 horsepower. This is a low mileage example and only shows 6k miles on its odometer since new.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible that you can acquire on Bring A Trailer is a classic example of the widely praised American sports car. With gorgeous specification and just 6k miles on the odometer, this example is ready to be enjoyed by its next owner and will no doubt catch everyone’s attention as it drives down the road thanks to its striking paintwork and its loud V8 engine.
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