67 Corvette Stingray L79 with correct hood. (Numbers matching)

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Black

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Corvette 1967

Price: US $72,000.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Greenwood, Indiana, United States
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
SubModel: Convertible
Type: Convertible
Trim: Black
Year: 1967
Mileage: 91439
VIN: 194677S111790
Color: Red
Engine size: L79 327/350hp
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4 speed
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Options: Convertible
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

The recent sell of my business that housed my showroom has forced me to liquidate my car collection and I saved the best for last. Yes, the Nomad in the picture was purchased directly from Tim Allen when he donated to the Twin Towers Fund and no it's not available.

19 years ago, I brought this car down from its original home in upstate New York with the original owner being deceased. When I purchased this, I had four must haves: Red, 4spd, sidepipes and convertible - my guess is you do too!

The car was a consistent show winner even before I started the restoration.

I have $18,000 in receipts for parts and professional services. All Chrome has been restored and all stainless professionally polished. Engine was removed and rebuilt by the same machine shop that did my heads as a teenager. The transmission was taken for inspection, but no changes were suggested. I only drive the car on perfect days and never put the top up to prevent the wear scratches on the rear deck and stainless window trim. All stainless spark plug covers look beautiful and are original which is very rare.

At some point, the original owner put in an obligatory Hurst shift but has since been changed back to an original shifter. Side exhaust covers were replaced and road rash free, but the tank sticker doesn't indicate it was original optioned with them. The paint is modern base/clear coat and after having it professional polished it just looks amazing and I never had a desire to revert it to original. In restoring it to NCRS guidelines the only part I discovered that doesn't appear original is the carburetor and therefore not numbers matching. I had the clock rebuilt with correct secondhand movement, but it works inconsistently. One headlight motor has stopped working since I drove it last and will try to repair it but may not get to it as I am currently building an airplane.

The car was built in early March which explains the iconic Stingray hood typically reserved for only the 427 engines. There was a two to three week period that small blocks were delivered with these hoods as an employee damaged the only small block mold by leaving a bolt in it during the molding process. To avoid shutting down the production GM put the Big block hood on their production and offered that the dealer could change them to small block hoods at a later date but obviously few accepted the offer.

I am 15 minutes from the interstate in Indianapolis so please come inspect if you have an opportunity. All sales are "as is" and final.

On Jun-24-19 at 08:21:20 PDT, seller added the following information:

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