213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
What do you look for in the ultimate C2 Sting Ray? Numbers-matching big block? A great and correct color combo? Meticulous restoration? Tank sticker documentation? So when you see all of this and more on a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette with the tri-power L68 under the hood, you know you're looking at a coupe for true connoisseurs.
A red Corvette always makes us happy because that's the iconic color for this red-blooded American car, and the C2 Sting Ray is one of the most iconic shapes in the Corvette's 65+ year history. It's especially nice that this one has extra distinction, because the factory-correct Marlboro Maroon always has deeper tone that gives this speedy look some added sophistication. What also makes this coupe so attractive is the restoration. We have thousands $$$$$ in receipts documenting investments over the last few years. The idea was to keep it both stock and superb - a theme that you'll see throughout this coupe. For example, the way all the panels line up with precision is a great way to showcase the body. The complete and pristine chrome bumpers and all the correct badging only adds to this car's attention-grabbing shine. But the presentation is more than just premium. It never forgets that the Corvette is America's sports car, and those side pipes will always announce your power superiority. Plus, the big block stinger hood is not only a timeless sign of serious power underneath, but also the cool black streak is a preview of the interior.
Inside is like a time machine back to 1967. It feels that fresh because the bucket seats, door panels, carpeting, dash, center console, and more has been preserved to new condition or fitted with the correct new components. It might be a black interior, but there are plenty of features to keep it nice and inviting. The chrome components around the dials, shifter, and on the dash really brighten up the attitude. It all feels factory-correct from the AM/FM radio to the full gauge package with large speedo and tach.
A numbers-matching 427 cubic-inch motor makes us all a little weak in the knees. So that's why they made sure it's ready to show off. The big V8 is dressed properly with Chevy Orange on the block and valve covers. And the level of tidiness is just another reminder of how much respect this car has received during the restoration. Plus, there's a nice bit of flash with the correct ignition shield and chrome air cleaner with 427 decals. And best of all, we all know that underneath that triangle topper lives the ultra-desirable triple set of dual Holley carburetors. This was rated at 400 horsepower right from the factory, and so it's truly a monster powerhouse. And you have complete control over this ultimate big block and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the numbers-matching Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. The undercarriage photos prove how fresh the whole package is, and you'll also spot features that makes this such a great driver's classic, like four-wheel disc brakes and the fully-independent sports suspension.
The gas tank was replaced during restoration, and the sale comes complete with the original fuel tank with the tank sticker still affixed. So it gives proper documentation to this special C2. In fact, Chevrolet only produced about 2,100 Corvettes with the L68 in '67, and that number has only gone down significantly over the last half-century. So to find one that has been given the right investments to showcase this tri-power sensation, it's the kind of coupe for those who love true classic car distinction. Call today!!!
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