1967 Corvette Stingray Roadster

In the early 1960s Harley Earl retired, and new ideas came with new leadership. Bill Mitchell, GM’s new chief of design, had an incredibly successful idea: Stingray! Tradition was broken as the totally redesigned Corvette was offered as a coupe or a convertible with 4 engine choices. Both featured a streamlined appearance and improved passenger accommodations. The American public loved 1963-1967 Stingrays because they were fast machines that looked supersonic even when parked. They remain the most collectible Corvettes today.

Some consider the ’67 the best looking Vette of all time. It’s styling, although basically the same, was cleaner and it had five functional front fender louvers. Minor changes were made to the interior. The most noticable was the relocation of the parking brake from under the dash to the center console. This ’67 comes equiped with – rally wheels, 4-wheel disc brake, odometer, clock, carpeting, wheel trim rings, tachometer, and all vinyl, foam cushioned bucket seats.

Fitted to this car; a small block 350HP V-8 Engine (NOM), with a four barrel Carburetor and a 4 speed manual TRANSMISSION. This is one gorgeous and appealing Corvette Stingray . The exterior is White with a Black vinyl interior and a matching white soft top. Not only is this car extremely appealing cosmetically, but it also drives like a real American Muscle Car.

This car is a true refelection of the transitional styling of the mid 60’s.

The attached manufacturers plate reads as follows;

  • Style # 67 467
  • Body # A-4972
  • Trim # STD.
  • VIN # 194677S122846