The 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was the last model year to round out the second generation, and it said to be the most refined out of the C2 lineup. MBP Motorcars is proud to offer the opportunity to own this rare, award-winning '67 Chevy Corvette L71 convertible. Due to the unusual and rare combination, this example is considered a highly desirable collectible. According to the description, this is one of the rarest of '67 Corvettes you may ever see, and it was given CCAS affirmation stating that it is all original. That's not all, this classic has taken home the most prestigious awards including NCRS Top Flight, Bloomington Gold, OEM Gold Certification, MCACN Gold Concours, and a MCACN Triple Diamond.
To add more to this rare Corvette's appeal is the awards it has taken home to date. This car is more than show worthy to say the least. The well-deserved awards include a NCRS Regional Top Flight three times in Bowling Green, Kentucky, with the most recent being in 2013. Even more, this stunning classic was awarded the Bloomington Gold (2013), OEM Gold Certification, MCACN Gold Concours (2013), and a MCACN Triple Diamond (2013).
Painted in its factory color of Tuxedo Black, this body of this classic is as straight as they come. Adding a welcoming contrast to the black paint is a white convertible top that is protected by an auxiliary black hardtop. Open the doors or drop the top to reveal a saddle leather interior that looks as if it has never been sat in. Other highlights include an AM/FM radio, white wall tires, and tinted glass. According to the listing, the car has 2,152 on the clock.
Tucked inside the engine bay of this Sting Ray is the rare numbers-matching L71 427cui V8 Turbojet engine that was found and reunited with the car back in 2012. The big V8 is topped with a triple two-barrel Holley carburetor setup known as Tri-Power, and generates a healthy 435-horsepower. A Muncie M21 close-ratio 4-speed transmission shifts power to the pavement through a 370R posi-traction rear end. The car also features a transistor Ignition, offroad exhaust, and an F41 special suspension.
The sale of this car comes with ownership history from new, NCRS Documentation Validation Service validated tank sticker, shipping data report, all judging sheets, registrations from the 1970s, and pictures of the original owner racing the car.
If this rare '67 Chevrolet Corvette L71 convertible would be the perfect addition to your garage or collection, feel free to contact MBP Motorcars today. The price of this rare beauty is unlisted, but feel free to reach out, inquire for price, and make them an offer they can't refuse.
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