Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C2 1967
- Matching numbers
- 1 of 3464 finished in Marlboro Maroon
- Rare Tri carb
- 427 7.0L Turbo Jet engine
- Extensively documented
- Concours D’Elegance – Excellence award
Presenting a stunning matching numbered 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C2 427 Tri-Carb roadster finished in an original, pristine colour combination of Marlboro Maroon, set over a Black Vinyl trim is an extremely rare Stingray C2. As one of the last to leave the St. Louis factory, USA in June 1967, these are an incredibly rare sight and a showpiece among the classic car industry.
Sold new in August of 1967 by Star Chevrolet in East Orange, New Jersey, this award-winning example was professionally restored in the 1990’s to a concours condition by a marque specialist and remained in the US before arriving in Australia in December of 2006.
This stunning Corvette has retained its left-hand-drive configuration and had the transmission, mechanicals and running gear re-commissioned before a full exterior restoration in 2008. In 2015, this C2 underwent a high-quality interior restoration, resulting it being an unrivalled example. All interior components have been refurbished and remain genuine parts to include all dials and badges.
The body presents immaculately with a paint carrying a brilliant depth, contrasting blissfully over polished chrome exterior mouldings. The Stingray C2 featured a short wheel-base design, able to keep the car nimble through corners.
Featuring the desirable “Big Block’ 427 7.0L Turbo Jet engine and mated to the TriPower Triple Double-Barrel downdraft Carburettors, the Corvette C2 produced an incredible 435HP. The driving experience is phenomenal and stands to be an insight to the admirable engineering behind this masterpiece.
Accompanying this vehicle is an extensively documented history of receipted work, original purchase receipts, photographs, importation documents, owners’ manuals and a factory build sheet.
A highly desirable American Sports Classic with rare specification, fantastic restoration quality and unbelievable provenance is a historic example of a trophy vehicle. In any comparable condition, this 67’ corvette is extremely rare and a timeless US classic.
Production of the type C2 stingray ceased in 1967 before the release of the C3. The last release of the C2 received upgraded interior features to include refined dials, centrally located handbrake, new seats and the powerful 427 Big Block engine.
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