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Classics Own This Fully Restored, Award-Winning 1967 Chevy Corvette

15:17  16 december  2019
15:17  16 december  2019 Source:   motorious.com

This 1968 Chevy Corvette Is The Earliest C3 Known To Exist

This 1968 Chevy Corvette Is The Earliest C3 Known To Exist This beautifully restored C3 proudly boasts VIN# 00002 For the 1968 model year, the Chevrolet Corvette was completely redesigned to start the third generation widely known as the C3. MBP Motorcars is here to offer you the very first C3 known to ever exist - this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette. That's right, this historic C3 proudly boasts VIN #0002. Changes were aplenty as Chevy started moved to the third generation for the 1968 model year. Coupes said goodbye to fastback windows which were replaced with removable back windows and T-tops. Pop-up headlights were no longer electrical but now vacuum operated.

This classic Corvette is an NCRS Top Flight award winner among others.GT Motorcars is pleased to announce the opportunity to own a stunning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette . This car was given a full frame-off restoration and no expense or detail was spared. All "assembly line parts" were used to keep.

This classic Corvette is an NCRS Top Flight award winner among others. GT Motorcars is pleased to announce the opportunity to own a stunning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette . If this award - winning classic Chevy Corvette would complete your collection or look perfect in your garage, you may want to

This classic Corvette is an NCRS Top Flight award winner among others.

Sting Ray Racer! Rare Unmolested 1 of 20 1967 L88 Corvette

  Sting Ray Racer! Rare Unmolested 1 of 20 1967 L88 Corvette A fanatical 10-year restoration project Corvette Mike’s Sunfire Yellow 1967 L88 Corvette Sting Ray has to be the rarest of the ultra-rare 1967 L88 Corvette Sting Rays produced.There was a time when there wasn't a new car sold in the early 21st Century that could beat a Corvette from the Golden Age of high-performance cars, but speed isn't everything. Today it's all about rarity and Corvette Mike's Sunfire Yellow 1967 Corvette Sting Ray coupe is among the rarest of the rare. It's not because of its code 984 Sunfire Yellow there were 2,325 1967 Sting Rays painted that color. And it's not due to its QB1 redline tires there was 4,230 '67 Sting Rays equipped with those tires.

This classic Corvette is an NCRS Top Flight award winner among others. GT Motorcars is pleased to announce the opportunity to own a stunning 1967 …

Pretty much everyone has dreamed of owning a Chevy Corvette . It’s America’s sports car, an icon of unbridled freedom with a distinct, wholesome apple pie flavoring. Since the C2 Corvette only lasted until 1967 , these cars are definitely considered collectors items, especially in this condition.

GT Motorcars is pleased to announce the opportunity to own a stunning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette. This car was given a full frame-off restoration and no expense or detail was spared. All "assembly line parts" were used to keep this Corvette as authentic as possible. In fact, this car is all numbers-matching. This specific Corvette was displayed at the Corvette Museum and includes a letter certifying its display. That is an accomplishment that should indicate this car's pristine condition.

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Slathered in the original GM Lacquer Paint for judging, the body of this vintage 'Vette shines like a diamond. A set of original Kelsey Hayes wheels sit on all four corners and perfectly compliments iys exterior. Open the doors to an immaculate black interior that looks as if it has never been touched. Even the factory seats appear as if they have never been sat in. The inside of the car is as beautiful as the outside.

Drop The Top In This Restored 1966 Chevy Corvette Roadster

  Drop The Top In This Restored 1966 Chevy Corvette Roadster This vintage beaut was displayed at the National Corvette Museum. Classic Auto Mall is offering the perfect chance to snag this award-winning and meticulously restored 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster. This particular example has been displayed in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and scored a 97.3 out of 100 at the Corvette Nationals. It is safe to say that this Stingray is in tip-top shape. In car terms that could best be described as concours-worthy.

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Chevrolet did all it could to discourage the average consumer from buying this version of the C2. While the C2 Stingrays are incredibly desirable cars, this particular 1967 Chevrolet Corvette is especially lust-worthy. Only a handful of these were built in 1967 , thanks to GM purposely understating peak.

Under the hood sits a large numbers-matching 427cui V8 engine backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. This classic Corvette is no slouch with an output of 435-horsepower. Exhaust exits through factory chrome side pipes that stand out against the deep black paint. Stopping power is provided by factory power brakes, and a factory suspension keeps everything handling smoothly.

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Not only is this classic Corvette show-worthy, it is the recipient of a few prestigious awards. This Corvette has been meticulously judged and has received the Bloomington Gold Certified and Multiple NCRS Top Flights. Even more, it was given the NCRS Performance Verification and NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence Award.

If this award-winning classic Chevy Corvette would complete your collection or look perfect in your garage, you may want to contact GT Motorcars today. A car of this caliber is sure to find a new place to call home with a quickness, so don't sleep on this opportunity.

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Own This '67 Corvette That Was Restored After Sitting For 42 Years .
This classic gem was parked in 1974 for over four decades and was recently given a frame-off restoration completed in 2018. MBP Motorcars is pleased to announce the opportunity to own this vintage gem - a fully restored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette. This stunning example has an interesting back story. An early production vehicle in 1967, this classic 'Vette was shipped directly to the Chevrolet Engineering Center and General Motor Proving Grounds in Milford, Michigan hot off the factory assembly line in St. Louis. From there, the car was sold to a GM engineer from Lansing where it accumulated roughly 38,000 miles.

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