1967 Chevrolet Corvette --
Ready to score some killer Detroit muscle? Check out this sweet Chevy! Sourced from the rolling hills of Virginia this Sting Ray is roughly 500 miles out of a professional ground-up restoration that was conducted by Mike Coletta of Classic Restoration LLC. That reboot planted solid fiberglass under wet-looking PPG Blade Silver 2-stage that was borrowed from the seventh-generation Corvette's playbook. And that pigment shines well against a full rendition of second-generation Corvette trim. Tilt ...the car's power-operated hood and you'll find 6.2 liters of Chevrolet Performance LS3 that twists respectable 10.7 to 1 compression into 430 horsepower and 425 lb./ft. of torque. Behind that mill a 4L65E 4-speed kicks a Dana 36 pumpkin which twists a posi-traction differential around mild 3.07 gears. That curve-carving chassis rides a powder-coated Corvette Corrections chassis which employs a fourth-generation Corvette suspension. Turns are provided by power rack-and-pinion steering. Solid stops come courtesy of four red calipers which squeeze four vented discs. And torque meets the pavement via sixth-generation Grand Sport-style alloys which spin 245/45ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sports in front of 255/45ZR18 Michelin Pilot Sports. Inside this Chevy you'll find vivid Roman Red leather that was supplied by Texas's Al Knoch Interiors. Tight buckets seats feel firm to the touch showing virtually no signs of wear. In front of those seats a 2-tone dash hangs Dakota Digital telemetry next to Bluetooth-capable audio and Vintage Air climate control. Under that dash a small console centers a booted Lokar shifter in front of chrome buttons for factory power windows. And in front of the driver a tilting steering wheel laps modern Cruise Control. Combining a decidedly vintage driving experience with handsome looks a clean restoration and breath-taking power this top-notch Sting Ray represents 'muscle motoring' at its very finest! Call click or visit today.