GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette for purchase. The Corvette launched its 2nd generation with the birth of the Stingray with a complete redesign barely resembling its predecessors. The Stingray was lighter, had independent suspension, and was aerodynamically tested. The only American cars that could produce similar speed were large, heavy Super Stock optioned Mopars and Super Duty Pontiacs. For the first time, the United States had mass produced a true all-around sports car.
General Motors really went for it with the C2 stingrays never more evident than the big block 427 engines offered in the last couple years. In 1967, the JE suffix engine was a beast of an offering. It was a 427ci V8 rated 435 hp with three 2-barrel carburetors. With the smooth-shifting 4-speed manual transmission, these engines gave the driver an experience nearly unmatched by any activity with your clothes on.
This ’67 Corvette in Marina Blue is a near #1 stunner. This car’s condition is nearly unmatched by any Corvette we have ever featured here before. The paint is incredible with a beautiful fit and finish. This car is powered by what the owner states as the JE suffix 427/435 V8 engine and 4-speed manual transmission. Original Cast Iron Heads will come with the car. There are stamped numbers that are open to your inspection. The car also features black leather seats, working clock, upgraded aluminum heads, Boyd Cottington wheels, black stinger hood, blue streak tires, rear mount antenna, and more! This car spent nearly four years at the Gilmore Car Museum as part of their muscle display, and has won many trophies at numerous shows. Come see for yourself what all the fuss is about as the car will not disappoint. Of course, let’s not mention how much fun it is to drive one of the most powerful factory cars America has ever produced. Please call or email for more details!
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