Among C2 Corvettes, the 1963 Split-window is the most iconic, but almost everyone wants a 427 ’67. That was the year that the 435-horsepower L71 made its debut, as well as the L89 aluminum-head option and the race-inspired L88. For those reasons, the 1967 Corvette arguably is the ultimate incarnation of Chevrolet’s sports car.
One of those 1967 Corvettes is currently featured on AutoHunter, the online auction platform driven by ClassicCars.com. This convertible has had two prior Ohio owners and is powered by a solid-lifter 427 with tri-carb induction backed by a close-ratio four-speed manual transmission. Features include transistorized ignition, F41 suspension, original exhausts with sidepipes, and AM/FM radio. Refinished in the original shade of green with white “Stinger” and a white convertible top, this C2 Corvette is available now from the selling dealer with the original accessory hardtop, factory documentation plus restoration photos, inspection report from Corvette expert Pancho Thompson and a clear Ohio title.
The exterior has been refinished in the original Goodwood Green. Features include white convertible top with green accessory hardtop, driver-side mirror and newer rocker moldings. According to the Pancho Thompson inspection report, the chrome, taillights and bumpers have also been replaced.
A set of silver Rallye wheels, with the correct shallow center caps and stainless-steel trim rings, is wrapped in new Firestone Super Sports 7.75 x 15 redline bias-ply tires.
The bucket seats are upholstered in black vinyl and are complemented by black door panels, carpeting and rubber floor mats. Other features include wooden three-spoke steering wheel with manual steering. According to the Pancho Thompson inspection report, the seat covers, door panels, dash pad and carpeting are original.
A 160-mph speedometer, 7K-rpm tachometer, gauges for the fuel level, oil pressure, coolant temperature and voltage, and inoperative clock are located ahead of the driver. The odometer reads 26K miles, which the selling dealer believes to be accurate.
Power is provided by a 435-horsepower L71 big-block backed by a Muncie M21 four-speed manual transmission, both numbers-matching. Features include newer orange paint on the engine block and valve covers, aluminum intake, three two-barrel carburetors, reproduction chrome air cleaner, and chrome distributor cover. The selling dealer notes that the car was serviced, inspected and filled with new fluids in the winter of 2021.
This Corvette was factory-equipped with four-wheel independent suspension and the optional F41 “special front and rear suspension.” The numbers-matching Positraction rear end is equipped with 3.70 gears. Braking is provided by manual discs on all four corners.
The selling dealer will include the Protect-O-Plate, build sheet off the fuel tank, and several original parts including bumpers, chrome trim, taillights, rocker moldings and side-exit exhaust covers.
This 1967 Corvette convertible’s auction ends on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at 12:20 p.m. (PDT)
Visit the AutoHunter listing for more information and photo gallery.