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The National Corvette Restorers Society conferred its sought-after Top Flight Award on this skillfully restored 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible in 2015, an honor that places it in the upper echelon of the Corvette community. Produced on February 1, 1967, and delivered to O’Meara Scutt Motor Co. in Angleton, Texas, this is a very rare example of the final iteration of the mid-year Corvette combining big-block power with factory air conditioning in the convertible body style. Driven by Zora Arkus-Duntov’s insistence on further developing the third-generation Corvette, Chevrolet delayed its introduction to 1968 and reinstated the second-generation Sting Ray for 1967, resulting in what many Corvette faithful consider the finest of that generation and one of the best Corvettes ever made. It was certainly the cleanest rendition of the mid-year generation; the chromed hood and fender badges seen in previous years had disappeared, and the three-segment vertical front-fender vents gave way to a forward-leaning array of five vertical slots. New blacked-out sill moldings and a smaller crossed-flag hood emblem were introduced along with all-new three-piece Rally wheels that were standard for 1967. Corvettes using big-block Mark IV power were identified by a new hood design featuring a sharp-edged imitation scoop and a contrasting “Stinger” stripe running from the windshield to the peak just above the front leading edge. This handsome 1967 Sting Ray Convertible combines those elements in an outstanding restoration that boasts all-new Marina Blue lacquer paint with a black Stinger stripe, new Bright Blue interior and black soft top, new chrome, upgraded stainless-steel, brakes, new Off Road exhaust and new 7.75-15 redline tires. Its matching-numbers L36 427/390 HP V-8 with K66 transistorized ignition is complemented with a Muncie 4-speed and G81 Positraction differential with flexible 3.36:1 gearing. Factory air conditioning and an AM/FM radio round out this car’s many desirable features, all of which are listed on the all-important tank sticker. Documentation on this very rare, factory-air, big-block convertible includes extensive owner history, title search, tank sticker and an NCRS Shipping Data Report.
- NCRS Top Flight Award in 2015
- Documented with the tank sticker, title search and NCRS Shipping Data Report
- Matching numbers 427/390 HP big block V-8 RPO L36
- 4-speed manual transmission
- 36 Pos-i-traction rear end
- Factory air conditioning
- Transistorized ignition
- AM/FM radio
- Off-road exhaust
- Rally wheels
- 75×15 Redline tires
- 49,150 miles
- Factory original body/trim tag
- Marina Blue with Black stinger, Bright Blue interior and Black soft top
- Restored with new lacquer, interior, top, chrome, stainless, brakes, exhaust and tires
- Produced February 1, 1967 and delivered to O’Meara Scutt Motor Co. in Angleton, Texas
- Very rare big block factory air convertible
- Extensive owner history with documentation
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There is a $250 dealer fee that is not included in the original price.