1967 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE 427/435HP TRI-POWER 4 SPEED TRIPLE BLACK NO RESERVE!
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Corvette
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 999,999
- VIN: 194677Sxxxxxx
- Color: Black
- Engine size: 427/435hp V8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: power steering, power disc brakes
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: black
- Options: Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Chevrolet Corvette
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster For Sale From My Personal Collection
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Here is a beautiful 1967 chevy corvette convertible factory 427 big block car with tri-power 435hp setup in triple black and a 4 speed! Very nice and attractive driver with great eye appeal and tons of potential for the right collector. I've been working on this car in my spare time for the last couple of years and got it to the point where all the major stuff is done and is almost ready to enjoy and drive around. I originally got it from a collector in Ohio, got it painted, did the interior/top, added the tri-power and the correct bolt-on wheels w/redline tires, etc. etc.
Power DISC Brakes All Around
Dual Exhaust 427ci/435hp Engine (Replaced with 468ci big block and 1968 date coded Tri-Power setup)
4 Speed Muncie M-21 Transmission
Factory 15" Bolt-On Wheels w/Redline Tires
Body is actually pretty clean and straight. When I got it, it was mostly in primer with aftermarket nose put on it. Had my body guy repaint it professionally, replacing the hood with a stock one. Paint job is very presentable and shows nicely, but obviously not perfect. Lines look fairly good, check out pictures down the sides.
Car runs/drives well. Motor has TONS of power and has a few internal performance modifications such as being bored 0.030 over to 468ci, mild performance camshaft, upgraded pistons and rods. Good brakes. Transmission shifts nice and tight with a heavy duty hydraulic clutch. Overall the car is mechanically sound. I keep it sitting in my warehouse and start it once a month, with the occasional cruise around the neighborhood to stretch its legs from time to time.
Excellent interior with NEW seat covers, NEW carpeting and some odds and ends replaced within the last few years. Interior was dyed black from being a previously different color. Nice convertible top with NO rips and decent back window with NO holes.
VERY CLEAN Frame and floorboards with excellent end caps, birdcage and rails. NO rot or rust. Some older undercoating chipping here and there, but otherwise no issues.
Not a 100% Bloomington Gold matching numbers show car obviously and it will need a few minor things addressed, but presents itself beautifully. Paint was done professionally with basecoat/clearcoat within the last 5 years (shows nicely with good gloss and shine but has minor imperfections here and there as it's not a $20k showcar paintjob). Front clip was replaced (has no bonding strips under front fenders), as was the hood. Passenger door needs minor lock adjustment as it gets stuck at times. Not working: gauges (need reconditioning) and clock (not connected), headlights (missing motors), signals/wipers need connecting. Missing: spare tire and tub, heater controls in dash. Has a couple of small leaks from sitting around all winter and should be freshened up at a shop to be put back on road safely before being used daily). Trim tag is missing (reproductions are available online). There may be other minor issues as I can't remember everything. Again, this is NOT a Barrett Jackson ready perfect car, but rather a very nice driver needing some finishing touches.
This is a GREAT CORVETTE that has GREAT POTENTIAL and could easily be taken to the next level with some TLC. Most other ones are priced in the $75-100k range so you have plenty of room to invest a little money and take care of all the little issues.