Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 427 1967.psd
The Chevy Corvette Stingray 427 from 1967 is one of the most iconic American cars ever made. The original version of the car came in two versions, the C2 and the RS. The RS had more power and a faster transmission, while the C2 was a clean, unspoiled model. Despite its lack of modern amenities, the original Corvette is one of the most recognizable models.
The Corvette Stingray has a powerful engine, with a 400 horsepower 427. The car also comes with a 3x2 carburetor. The car's engine is not original, but it is rebuilt, resulting in a smooth and pleasing note. The transmission has also been rebuilt and shifts smoothly through all gears. The body and frame of the 1967 Corvette Stingray are in good condition, and the interior is very clean and detailed. The hardtop and soft top are in excellent shape.
The Stingray has power steering, power brakes, and factory-style side pipes. The engine is paired with a four-speed manual transmission and has a three-speed automatic transmission. Its tank sticker is original and has been verified, and it runs smoothly. There is no sign of rust and the Rally Red paint is in great condition, with minor chips and cracks, typical of a barn-find car. The car has a white soft top, which is in good shape and can be easily removed if desired. The hardtop is included with the car, but it is not removable.