1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is a true American icon. So as you grab the four-speed, let the wind whip through your hair, and hear the V8 sing through the dual exhaust, you'll know exactly why no one can resist an open-top Sting Ray. Marlboro Maroon is this car's original color, and so it's great to have a true red Corvette. As you look over the body, you can see that all the intricate trim is quite complete and has a look of originality. And that's a good thing, because these cars really optimize '60s style with plenty of brightwork on everything from the bright taillight bezels to the chrome bumpers that artfully dip in the center. And while we know you'll love the wind-in-your-hair experience, this also has a smart-looking white hardtop for added distinction when you want to be weather-tight. Inside, the factory-correct black looks great against the deep exterior maroon. The C2 interior is always a favorite in classic car circles. The now-iconic dual cowl design is as much a part of the motoring experience as the purr of the engine or rumble of the exhaust. A woodgrained steering wheel feels great, transmitting the front tires' activities directly to your fingertips. Plus, all the gauges show crisp markings that let you keep an eye on the engine's status. You have some nice features like power windows and the cool vertical-style AM/FM tuner. But really, your favorite feature will be the polished stick-shift, because it's like a shiny beacon calling out for your right hand. Under the hood is a mid-1960s 327 small block V8. This era-correct motor also keeps its appearance correct with the shining air topper, matching distributor shield, and cursive Corvette script valve covers. It even inhales through a correct-style Holley four-barrel carburetor and exhales through the classic ram's horn exhaust manifold. The V8 gives nice growl out of the dual exhaust, and you are the conductor of this symphony because of how the four-speed manual gives you complete control over the powerband. The Corvette remains one of the best experiences on the road, and that's thanks in no small part to the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. This is a legendary Corvette set up just the way you want it. So don't let this icon slip away. Call today!!!