For final year of the Corvette C2, the 1967 Corvette received significant style and power upgrades. Redesigned fender vents, new rear lighting styles and an upgraded interior were complimented by great increases in horsepower. As the C3 Corvettes were met with varying degrees of reception due to their extreme styling, the '67 is highly sought after for its classic design and impressive performance.
This 1967 Corvette is currently under consignment at Motor City Classic Cars by an owner that specifically sought out a Marlboro Maroon Vette to rekindle the passion he had for driving his first Corvette, a Maroon '66. Under current ownership for 10-years, the owner has spent countless hours and resources to get this car into its current state. Repainted to its original Malboro Maroon approximately 6-years ago, the exterior of the car shows great and the rare color draws tremendous attention. The black stinger hood correlates with the car's black interior with rare headrests. The seller shared that this car was born with a 427ci motor but doesn't bear its original block due to a mechanic dropping a bolt into the carburetor while the car was running. That bolt, recovered after it went through the cylinder wall, serves as the car's keychain today. With side-exhaust, you can hear all 390hp begging you to get behind the wheel of this Corvette. The current owner's goal in restoring this car was to build something that could be driven and enjoyed anytime anywhere and he accomplished his task well.
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and unknown if original.