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Classics Invest In An Award-Winning 1967 Chevy Corvette

09:52  07 february  2020
09:52  07 february  2020 Source:   motorious.com

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With a well-documented past and award - winning streak, this hot 1967 Chevy Corvette with a 427 L-88 V8 could be parked in your garage. This fully-documented 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray packs the 427 ci L-88 big block V8, the engine everyone wants. It has also racked up some amazing

1967 Chevy Corvette Destroys Supercars. This C2 packs a twin-turbo LT1. If you think to take down modern supercars you need something modern, prepare to have your mind blown. This famous 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray beats up on supercars regularly.

This C2 packs the highly-desirable 427 L-88 V8.

Clean 1965 Chevy Corvette Convertible Up For Auction

  Clean 1965 Chevy Corvette Convertible Up For Auction This C2 looks exceptional from every angle. If you’ve always wanted a C2 Corvette, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is being auctioned online now through AllCollectorCars.com. Thanks to a recent nut-and-bolt, frame-off- rotisserie restoration, this Chevy is clean through and through. The exterior, interior, and undercarriage all look just gorgeous, especially if this car were sitting in your garage.The C2 or the first generation of the Stingray body styling for the Corvette started with the 1963 model year.

1967 Chevy Corvette Destroys Supercars. This C2 packs a twin-turbo LT1. If you think to take down modern supercars you need something modern, prepare to have your mind blown. This famous 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray beats up on supercars regularly.

With a rare combination of options, this classic Corvette is a highly desired collectible.The 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was the last model year to round out the second generation, and it said to be the most refined out of the C2 lineup.

This is it, your chance to invest in one of the most desirable of the Corvettes out there. This fully-documented 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray packs the 427 ci L-88 big block V8, the engine everyone wants. It has also racked up some amazing accolades like multiple NCRS Top Flights and two Bloomington Gold Awards. GT Motor Cars is offering this beautiful machine for sale, but it likely won’t last long at all.

After going through a full frame-off restoration at a renowned Corvette shop, this C2 Corvette is looking excellent. A deep shine in the paint, including that striking white stinger hood stripe, plus factory side pipes and chromed wheels all present incredibly well.

Own This Fully Restored, Award-Winning 1967 Chevy Corvette

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

The 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was the last model year to round out the second generation, and it said to be the most refined out of the C2 lineup. MBP Motorcars is proud to offer the opportunity to own this rare, award - winning '67 Chevy Corvette L71 convertible. Due to the unusual and rare combination

With a rare combination of options, this classic Corvette is a highly desired collectible.The 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was the last model year to round out the second generation, and it said to be the most refined out of the C2 lineup.

The numbers-matching 427 big block V8 fires right up and has that deep rumble everyone loves. Optional factory power brakes add a nice balance, while the heavy-duty suspension helps greatly with handling.

As the Corvette market continues to be hot, especially for well-sorted C2 models with great factory equipment like this one, it’s a great time to invest in one. After all, this car has been factory-documented and bears the factory tank sticker, plus comes with the Protect-O-Plate and binders full of documentation as well as receipts. It has been CCAS and AI Grenning Certified, too. You know exactly what you’re getting with this vehicle, which is exactly what you want in an investment-grade car.

For specific questions about this Corvette or to make an offer, get in touch with the seller directly.

Even if this C2 Corvette doesn’t quite do it for you, GT Motor Cars has plenty of other vehicles to check out. Looking for something specific? They also offer a vehicle finder service. The dealer also offers a whole array of services to help you with vehicle ownership and more, including storage, detailing, restoration, and consignment options.

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Ultimate Vette was a racing phenom.Chevrolet had a phenomenal year in 1967. The brand launched a new generation of pickup trucks and introduced the world to the Camaro, which debuted the 350 V-8, the engine that would go on to be the standard bearer for the Chevrolet small-block for decades. It was also the final year for the second-generation Corvette, one of the most beautiful cars ever built. As a send-off, Chevrolet gave the 1967 Sting Ray a little-known engine option meant for racing, the L88 427.

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