800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible mixes a custom look with numbers-matching V8 power. It makes for a distinct car that's also a true classic...and it's all offered for a great price.
The C2 Corvette was born from Chevrolet's Mako Shark concept. And while the Sting Ray was an impressive production adaptation, this example gets us closer to that dream car. The pointed shark-like front end is a single piece for extra smoothness. The lower bumper now houses the headlights in a custom setup that includes a cool grille that announces this is a '67 - the C2's final year. Side pipes and slotted mag wheels give this a bit more of street machine attitude. But even with the upgrades, this will always keep that great classic look we all love. Crisp bodywork, bright trim, the two-piece rear chrome bumper, and deep red paint are all part of this car's overall look of quality.
The sale comes with both a color-matched hardtop that will still require finishing before use and provisions for a soft top, but really, the reason why you want a convertible is to be open to the world. So it's nice to have a black interior, especially because it coordinates with the black on the exterior's stinger hood. We also like this interior because it shows all the right signs of a solid investment. The door panels, dash, and carpeting all feel like new. The bucket seats were also redone more recently, and so it's easy to get comfortable. The grippy wood-rimmed steering wheel, bright shifter, and extra touches (including a vacuum gauge) make this a quality classic.
Under the hood is Chevy's legendary 327 cubic-inch V8. This is the numbers-matching motor, and on custom car like this, they took the time to add a little extra flair. Bright block paint, clean rams horn exhaust manifolds, a polished air grabber, and upgraded Pro Stock ribbed valve covers make it attractive without being overdone. Plus, you'll spot a newer distributor, plug wires, and signs of a tune-up. That's what really keeps this a strong package. The V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a terrific tune from the side pipes. You get to take full control of the motor and its soundtrack with the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with the fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As, you know this is classic is capable of some sharp moves.
This is the terrific looking and powerful custom classic that goes beyond your wildest dreams. So don't miss what's possibly a once-in-a-lifetime chance. Call now!
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