The exterior was refinished in a two-stage coat of the original color Marina Blue (code 976AA). A Stinger hood with a black stripe, side pipes with chrome covers, and hide-away headlights complement the Marina Blue exterior. This Corvette has a deleted front bumper.
It rides on staggered black Boyd Coddington Speedster wheels (17″ x 7″ front and 17″ x 8″ rear) with Mickey Thompson Sportsman radial tires.
“The two-seat cockpit houses black vinyl upholstered seats with new rear interior trim panels,” the listing states. “Features include power windows, steering, and brakes; Vintage Air climate controls; a new Custom Autosound AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo; and a center console with a new black padded armrest. Additional features include an aftermarket three-spoke steering wheel with a black grip and new front and rear speakers.”
Under the hood is a rebuilt 427ci big-block V8 L71 engine with 1968 L89 aluminum heads, a tri-power aluminum intake with Holley carburetors, and ceramic-coated headers. The engine is paired with a Richmond Gear Super T-10 four-speed manual transmission with a new McLeod Racing hydraulic clutch, and a rear drive axle with 3.73 gearing.
This Corvette’s suspension was upgraded with Van Steel tubular upper front control arms, front tie rods, a rear spring, control rods from Vette Brakes & Products, and rear Smart Struts two-inch off-set trailing arms with adjustable rear camber rods. Power four-wheel disc brakes help slow this Corvette down.
The odometer reads 839 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown. The sale includes a clear Pennsylvania title, receipts, manuals, floor mats, a removed factory radio, and uninstalled Boyd Coddington wheels.
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette’s auction ends on Thursday, January 19, 2023, at 4:40 p.m. (MST)