800 Derita Road, Ste. A
The Stinger hood and side pipes get you ready for a big power machine. And this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible doesn't disappoint with big block power and four-on-the-floor. Plus, everything from the vibrant paint to the even brighter interior makes this drop-top a terrific sunny day classic.
Marina Blue is a great factory color to give you both a bright and sporty first impression. This is a more modern clearcoat respray that likes to radiate in the sunlight, and so, it's ideal on a sunshine-friendly drop-top. And this one is complete, right down to the two-pieces chrome bumpers and rally wheels. Overall, it's the ideal look for those who like to drive their classics, and that's what this one really shows you from every angle. After all, the bold black Stinger hood and iconic side pipes are ways to show the world you have a big power Sting Ray. Plus, the fresh white soft top goes with the paint to give this all the appeal of an ocean wave.
If you like the way the white roof pops against the exterior blue, then you'll love taking it down to show off the white interior. Where the exterior gets the details right with the roof and pipes, the interior also gives you those little extras that enthusiasts love, like the headrests. The seats are even done in leather. This has a great vintage style, and in a Sting Ray, that means an environment built around the driver. You get a wood-rimmed steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauge package - with large speedo and tach - nicely set into the dual cowl dash.
Lit the hood to see serious big block power. The callouts may say 427, but that's a bit of a fib. That's because this is a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8. It's upgraded further with a Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and a well-done cam that loves to growl out of those side pipes. The mighty V8 fires up readily, and the crisp shifts of the four-speed manual transmission give you firm control over it all. And speaking of control, this Sting Ray's fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes all make for a very capable classic.
This Corvette drop-top has all the extras you want... everything from big block power to headrests. It makes for a driver-ready drop-top classic with a top of appeal. Call now!
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