1967 Chevrolet Corvette 1 Owner Original Bloomington Gold Survivor 2015
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Corvette
- Type: Coupe
- Doors: 2
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 35,302
- VIN: 194377S110984
- Color: Green
- Engine size: 427 L71 V8
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Green
- Options: Leather seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Chevrolet CorvetteYear: 1967
- Mileage: 35302
- Primary color: Green
- Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual
- Engine: 427 L71 V8
Call Steve at 563-599-0121 with any questionsPlease see below for a 3rd Party Independent Inspection we had completed on the Car.
Vehicle Inspection Report
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 L71Inspected and Appraised by:
Expert Auto AppraisalsP.O. Box 303
Jensen Beach, L 34958
561.307.2232Fair Market Value Conclusion
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 L71
To whom it may concern,
In compliance with the recent request, e have appraised the above referenced vehicle.
The above conclusion is the opinion of the appraiser after very carefully physically
inspecting the vehicle and the market it is to be traded in. The appraisal inspection was
performed on October 8, 014 and the conclusion updated on August 19, 015. This
purpose of this appraisal is to determine the vehicle’s Fair Market Value.
The Fair Market Value of this vehicle on the dated is: $183,589
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please do not hesitate to call.
Expert Auto Appraisals
P.O. Box 303
Jensen Beach, L 34958
Purpose and Scope of Report
The purpose of this document is to report to the customer the inspector’s opinion of the
overall physical condition of the inspected vehicle as well as provide an accurate list of
options and equipment featured on it.
The diminished value of the vehicle is described as the estimated total amount of
money that an automobile is estimated to have depreciated in value, ue to a particular
accident, ishap, vent or circumstance.
Fair Market Value
The Fair Market Value of the vehicle is the highest price on the date of the evaluation
that would be agreed to by a seller, eing willing to sell. And a buyer, eing wwilling tobuy, nd under no particular necessity for so doing, ach dealing with others fullknowledge of all the uses and purposes for which the property is reasonable, daptableand available.Replacement ValueThe replacement value of a vehicle is defined as the actual total cost of exactlyduplicating the vehicle if it were subject to a total loss. In the case of a customized ormodified vehicle this must also include the cost of obtaining an identical type of “donor”or “base” vehicle, he cost of obtaining all of the additional aftermarket and specialtycomponents along with all labor costs incurred to replicate the loss vehicle.Fair Market Value Prior to LossThe Fair Market Value of the vehicle prior to loss is the highest price on that prior noteddated of valuation that would have been agreed to by a seller, eing willing to sell, nd abuyer, eing willing to buy, nd under no particular necessity for so doing, ach dealingwith others full knowledge of all the uses and purposes for which the property isreasonable, daptable and available immediately prior to the known loss date of that
vehicle.Method of ValuationThe value is estimated by current market data comparison, upplemented by costinformation. The vehicle is compared when possible, ith others for sale and that havesold in the general time period. Adjustments are made for differences in equipment,mileage, osmetics, onversions, riginality, ondition as well as sale terms and currenteconomic conditions at time of sale.Assumptions and Limiting ConditionsInformation including, ehicle identification numbers, erial numbers, ngine numbers,engine size, omponent serial numbers, olor codes, aint codes, rim codes,component stampings, oor tags, ender tags, owl tags, ate codes, adges, mblems,owner history and mileage information provided by the owners or parties to sell orothers, r displayed on the appraised vehicle or components are assumed to bereliable, orrect and truthful, s accuracy is not checked or guaranteed for originality orauthenticity.Although Expert Auto Appraisals has an extensive library, e do not have direct accessto specific manufactures records, og books, iles, omputer data bases, r other nonpublishedinformation.Unless the client particularly asks for this in writing, nd agrees to absorb any additionalcost in obtaining, o such effort will be made in contacting manufactures, utomotive
groups historians, tc. in order to acquire such information.1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 L71VIN 194377S110984Mileage 35,305Inspection and Appraisal PurposeThe purpose of this appraisal is to determine the Fair Market Value and the authenticityof the vehicle noted in its current condition at time of inspection. The followingcomponents have been visually inspected and photographed.The Vehicle’s Details and EquipmentThe following driveline component castings and stampings have been inspected andphotographed. Every component is correct by type, art number, nd production /assembly date with the exception of the rear end. The engine VIN stampings are in myopinion original from the manufacture.Trim TagG1667 437 S3580430AA 983AABlock Casting Number 3904351Block Casting Date I266Engine Assembly Stamping T0201JEEngine VIN Stamping 7110984Transmission Casting 3885010Transmission Assembly P7B02Transmission VIN Stamping 7S110984Rear End Assembly AM 10 29 65Front Carb 3902355-EU List 3659 712Center Carb 3902355-EV List 3660 713Rear Carb 3902355-EU List 3659 712Intake Manifold Casting 3894374Alternator 1100696 6M28This decodes as a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 L71 that was scheduled tocomplete production on February 17, 967. The car was finished in Goodwood Green(983). The interior is finished in Green Vinyl Bucket Seats (430). The engine block wascast on September 26, 966 assembled on February 01,1967 as a L71 427 rated at 435HP and is the original unit to the car. The transmission was assembled on February 02,1967 as a close ratio M21 and is the original to the car. The rear axle was assembledon October 29, 965 and NOT the original unit to the car. The car ordered with a 4.11ratio when new. The intake manifold is original to the car. The carburetors are correct bytype and date to the car. The alternator is correct by type and date to the car. This is theoriginal engine and transmission to the car. All supporting components such as intake,exhaust manifolds are correct to the car with the exception of the rear axle.194377S110984Vehicle ConditionOverall ConditionThis is an unrestored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 427 L71. This car was until thelast year a one-owner car from new. The car has a great set of documentation includingthe tank sticker, till in place. The car has original Ohio title showing years of renewalsin the original owners name up to 2014. The Protecto Plate is the original in the ownersname. The mileage indicated is claimed to be original by the original owner has signedaccordingly. The car is in very original condition, ll body panels are original. About90% of the paint is original to the car. The right front corner was lightly damaged, aint
only, y the original selling dealer when the car was about a year old. That areawas resprayed,and can now be seen at inspection as it has aged different from the original.The paint has a wonderful patina, nd has expected light flaws, hecking and cracking.The lower rear valance has some light damage that was never repaired. The interior isall original. The seating surfaces are original. The carpets are original, ash is original,all gauges are original. The door panels are original, ith a few flaws. All of the glass isoriginal. The window trim is all original. The trim tag is original, s well as VIN tag, ndhave not been removed from the car.The under carriage has not been touched and is original to fault, ut original. The framehas surface corrosion only, o rot. The floors are excellent. The orange spindles can beseen under the grease. Everything is complete and appears to be original withexception of a few maintenance items over the years.This is a great example of a very original L71 equipped Corvette Coupe, hat has greatownership history, reat documentation, nd hasn’t been restored, r manipulated. Thecar makes for a very rare find of the one of the most significant Corvette’s ever made.
This car has been placed judged for Bloomington Gold Survivor status in 2015. The carwas awarded Silver Survivor, issing Gold by only one point due to the fact the motorhas been out of the car for prior repair. During this process, he motor was verified by Al
Grenning. The award and judging sheets are included in this report.
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