This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette is an NCRS Top Flight award-winner, so you know it has a high degree of correctness. And when you see all the right features – from the four-speed to the single-year paint – this proves to be a true classic Corvette of distinction.
They painted less then 1,400 Corvettes in Lynndale Blue in 1967, and then never painted another one that hue again. So that already makes this a standout before you check out the standout finish. As you know, an NCRS-worthy car is restored/preserved to the specs that it came from at the factory. So this has a wonderful shine that loves the sunlight, and it shows in a proper way that St. Louis built these. The same goes for panel fit, which looks good and has plenty of historical accuracy. And you'll want this one for more than just because it's an NCRS car in an ultra-rare color. After all, it's a '67. This is the final year for the C2, and it's free from some of the ornamentation of previous years, which makes it the sleekest of the family. But sleeker doesn't mean it misses out on brightwork. The two-piece chrome bumpers, full window trim, and 15-inch Rally wheels have the kind of shine to complement the special paint perfectly.
The C2 interior is always a favorite with the now-iconic dual cowl design. When you sit in the low-back bucket seats and grab the chrome shifter, the atmosphere instantly gets nostalgic. You even have a reproduction factory tag on the AM/FM stereo. The woodgrain steering wheel feels great, transmitting the front tires' activities directly to your fingertips, and all the gauges show crisp markings that let you keep an eye on the engine's status.
Under the hood is a 327 cubic-inch V8 that shows all the right signs of being original. Plus, you have all the right factory-style components in place, right down to the Corvette-script valve covers. This even has the correct-style Holley four-barrel carburetor on top of L79-spec Corvette. And because you'll want to drive this classic coupe, you'll be glad to have more recent investment in places like the brake booster, alternator, fan, and radiator. The undercarriage looks exceptionally fresh, and you'll even spot nice details like good bushings. So you can confidentially take this one out on the open road. And when you do, the fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and four-speed manual transmission combine to give you a level of control not found in many other '60s-style classics.
Rare, distinct, and well-presented, this is a true Corvette lover's coupe. So don't miss you chance, call today!