1967 Chevrolet

Corvette

Offered at: $64,995

Vin#:
194377S116575
Stock#:
6023-CHA
Engine:
350 V8
Transmission:
4 Speed Manual
Miles:
86,419
Exterior Color:
Marlboro Maroon
Interior Color:
Black

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This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!
1967 Chevrolet

Corvette

Offered at: $64,995

Vin#:
194377S116575
Stock#:
6023-CHA
Engine:
350 V8
Transmission:
4 Speed Manual
Miles:
86,419
Exterior Color:
Marlboro Maroon
Interior Color:
Black

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!

This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was built to be a driver. You have nice upgrades like a fresher V8, comfy A/C interior, and even leather seats. And it's wrapped around a package that still keeps the vintage look that makes the Sting Ray iconic.

Marlboro Maroon is a great factory-correct color to have. After all, Corvettes are always preferred in red, but this also gives a deeper tone for added sophistication. The paint was refreshed around 2000. And when you pay for quality and treat a car with care, the shine really endures. That's why it still loves the sunlight today. Plus, the bright luster loves to highlight the sharp styling of the C2. You can tell this one has been well respected with the way the headlights close flush, the doors fit nicely, the two-piece bumpers shine, and body is so crisp. It really is a nice total package, right down to the Rally wheels with attractive redline tires.

The black interior goes well with the deeper tones of the exterior maroon, and the car was born with this color package. This has all the classic C2 features you love, like the wood-rim sports steering wheel, bright shifter, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. Speaking of the tachometer, did you get a close look at it? It is an indicator that this car was born a L79, 327/350HP model. While all Corvettes are set up to be a driver's car, this one seems to go the extra mile for comfort, too. That's why the seats have the desirable headrests and are now finished in a supple leather. The AM/FM/cassette stereo fits into the original radio housing but now offers the ease of a modern digital tuner. And this coupe reality can be a road trip favorite now thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.

The engine bay has a classic look with the Corvette script valve covers and bright air topper with 327 callouts. In fact, to supplement that tach, the top end of the motor was built to replicate what was originally believed to be in the car. But if you dig a little deeper you'll see this is actually a younger and larger 350 cubic-inch V8. This motor fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This coupe loves to give you a good feeling for the road, and later C2s make for excellent confident drivers. After all, you have both a fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel disc brakes.

This is the Sting Ray that's built to be enjoyed. So if you know the value of an all-around great driving classic, then you also know you can't miss this deal. Call now!

Contact Us

Contact Details
Services
Buying / Auction - eBay Service
Used Car Import / Export
New Car Import
Car / Bike Shipping
Car Inspection Service
Homologation Service
Complete Import Export A-Z Service
Classic Car Appraisal
Transportation Shipping Service
TÜV conversion
US Car Database / Datasheet
Full report and TÜV approval
Oldtimer Certificate
Classic Car H Approval
Car Delivery
Back to Collection