This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray in Goodwood Green with Saddle interior not only is powered by the mighty 427 V8 but is in fantastic condition, scoring 99.8 in a regional NCRS show.
This was the last year of the second generation Corvettes that had been around since 1963. Highly refined during those 5 years, Chevrolet had really got it right this year – it was the cleanest looking of the 1963-67 generation.
Gone were the three fake front louvers from the previous year and replaced with 5 functioning ones.
The interior is saddle – code 421. Note the parking brake was relocated this year from under the dash to the center console.
New for this year was the single backup light, mounted above the license plate.
Standard engine for the Corvette in 1967 was the 327 cubic inch Turbo-Fire V8 producing 300 horsepower. This car has the optional, high power 427 V8 equipped with 3 x 2 barrel carburetors that outputs 435 horsepower. This is paired with a four-speed manual transmission – it was a combination that cost an additional $621 when the car was ordered new.
Wheelbase is 98″ with an overall length of 175.2″ (175.3″ for the coupe) and a width of 69.6″.
SOME CORVETTE OPTIONS FOR 1967 FITTED TO THIS CAR
|4-speed manual transmission||$184|
Chevrolet sold 14,436 Corvette Sting Ray convertibles for the 1967 model year, at a base price of $4,141 which was $212 cheaper than the coupe. Production of the convertible totaled 14,436 cars which was nearly 6,000 more than the coupe.
This ’67 Vette is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)