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Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray buying guide (1962-1967)

Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray buying guide (1962-1967) Classic and Performance Car
To many enthusiasts, only one truly credible sports car has ever come out of America, and that’s the Corvette. It’s not for us to say whether or not this is true (okay – it isn’t), but what we do know is that the Corvette is one of the most desirable classics around, for a whole raft of reasons.

Firstly there are those sensational looks; you’re not going to confuse the Corvette for anything else. Then there’s the performance; with all Corvettes packing V8 power, all variants are fast. But what swings it for many owners is the noise; at full chat a Corvette sets your spine tingling in the way that only an American V8 can.

There’s another aspect which isn’t immediately obvious, and that’s the Corvette’s size. While most American cars are generously proportioned – which can make garaging a problem here in the UK – the Corvette is no bigger than many contemporary European classics. As a result it’s more fun to drive, easier to store, but still plenty big enough for two.

Which one to buy?

There’s a bewildering array of Corvettes to choose from, because as well as coupé and convertible bodystyles there are model year changes to contend with along with colours, options and a slew of specifications too. There are also manual and automatic gearboxes; most Corvettes feature the former. As a result, no two Corvettes are identical.

Only you can decide whether you want an open car or a closed one and you’ll have your colour preferences too. When it comes to specifications, there were 5359cc V8s offered for the whole of C2 production (offering anywhere between 250bhp and 375bhp), while there were 6489cc and 6997cc V8s offered in later years. These big-block cars are now very collectible but the rarer, more collectible editions are easily faked, so tread carefully.

One of the real rarities from this generation of Corvette is the fuel-injected 377bhp Grand Sports. Just five were made in 1963, with twin-plug heads and an all-alloy small-block V8. Other than that, the 1963 split-window coupé is the holy grail of Sting Ray collectors, especially in Z06 form. The reality is that it’ll be a question of tracking down a really good car and buying it – your focus should be on condition rather than specification.

Performance and spec

Engine 5359cc, V8
Power 300bhp @ 5000rpm
Torque 352lb ft @ 4000rpm
Top speed 130mph
0-60mph 7.8sec
Consumption 20mpg
Gearbox Four-speed manual

Common problems

• The Corvette’s glassfibre bodyshell is well-made but not always well-repaired during restoration or after an accident. So check for cracks and crazing, poorly blended in panels and paint that’s sunk, betraying poor preparation.

• The chassis is also well-made, but it does corrode and it can also be distorted through crash damage. Check in front of the rear wheelarch where the chassis kicks up, the base of the front suspension turrets and the lower wishbone mountings.

• Also check the radiator support frame along with the body support frame, which extends up each door pillar, around each door and across the bulkhead.

• The small-block V8 fitted to most Corvettes is tough, simple and cheaply rebuilt. You can even buy a new engine if you need one but if you’re a slave to originality beware of engine swaps, which aren’t unusual.

• A small-block V8 will take a couple of rebores before it’s had it and even when in good condition a bit of smoke on starting up should be expected. Once the valve stem seals have hardened with age though, expect more smoke – and a rebuild.

• Don’t be too keen to buy a Corvette with a big-block V8 as they’re over-burdened with power, cost a lot more to rebuild and you’ll pay a big premium to buy one in the first place.

• The Sting Ray was initially fitted with a three-speed manual gearbox as standard but most cars feature a four-speed unit. There was an auto offered too (a two-speed Powerglide), but these are unusual and not sought after. All gearboxes last well, but if a rebuild is needed the parts are available and the costs aren’t exorbitant.

• The suspension is durable but the bottom wishbones wear out; they’re cheaply and easily replaced though. Be wary of cars that have been fitted with stiffer suspension as this wrecks the dynamics and the chassis isn’t really strong enough to cope with the extra stress.

• The all-drum system of the earlier cars works fine unless you’re driving the car really hard. The all-disc system from 1965 is even better, but it seizes up on cars that are driven sparingly – although fixing this isn’t a difficult job.

Model history

1963: The Corvette C2 is launched in September with all-new styling, a new ladder-type chassis, independent rear suspension and an alternator. Power steering and air-con are optional extras, while power comes from a 327ci (5359cc) V8 in 250, 300, 340 and 360bhp forms. The most powerful cars feature Rochester fuel injection.
1964: There’s now less brightwork fitted, the coupé loses its split rear window, knock-off alloy wheels become optional and the Borg Warner manual gearbox is replaced by a GM-built Muncie unit.
1965: Side exhausts are now optional, comfier seats are fitted and a 425bhp 396ci (6489cc) big-block V8 is now offered. Ventilated discs replace the all-drum system previously fitted. A servo is also optional from here.
1966: Engine options are now 327ci (5359cc) 300 or 350bhp along with 427ci (6997cc) 390 or 425bhp.
1967: There are wider wheels, including optional bolt-on alloys, and reversing lights are added above the number plate.

Key clubs and websites

• www.corvetteclub.org.uk
• www.facebook.com/CorvetteClubUk
• www.chevroletownersclub.co.uk/corvette
• www.nationalcorvetteowners.com
• www.corvettesnccc.org
• www.corvettemuseum.org

Summary and prices

As there are so many different types of C2 Corvette, it’s sometimes difficult to put a value on them. In the UK you can spend between £10,000 for a project, to over £60,000 for a mint example. Split screen rear window cars can carry a 20 per cent premium, while the fuel injected and big-block 6.5-litre cars could be 30-50 per cent premium.

Words: Richard Dredge
Last updated: 27th Aug 2015
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  • Chevrolet - Corvette - 1975

    €14,501 - €18,851.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.) €14,501 - €18,851.30 est. (£0 - £0 est.)
    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Chevrolet Corvette

    $32,400(£0) $32,400(£0)

    Great car in great conditions low miles like new runs good always well maintenance still runs and drives great no problems top in perfect shape no mechanical issues,the body in good shape This is a super clean Super Clean Inside

    • Year: 1964
    • Mileage: 25147 mi
    For sale
    $32,400(£0) $32,400(£0)
    Debbie Simmerman
    Debbie Simmerman
  • Chevrolet Corvette 1986

    £5,950 £5,950

    1986 Corvette C4 with 250 HP tuned port engine. Loud and lively. Brand new MOT. Has the trim and spoiler extras. Radio /CD present but not connected.( Waste of time anyway as you cant hear it while motoring!). New stainless exhaust with cherry bombs. Recent new £150 heating electronic module fitted.Spare huge tyre (plus normal thin spare fitted underneath car.) Excellent general condition for a 32 year old clic. The price of these will soon catch up with the value of older C3 Corvettes which are arguably inferior but twice the price at the moment.

    • Mileage: 76000 mi
    • Engine size: 5700
    For sale
    £5,950 £5,950
  • Chevrolet Corvette

    £75,000 £75,000

    1956 265 cubic inch 225hp Chevrolet Corvette two top roadster in stunning condition throughout. Venetian red with beige coves and red vinyl interior, white convertible top and red hardtop. This is an absolutely beautiful example of Chevrolet’s iconic sports car. Imported from Arizona in 1989 and typically for a car of this type has had very little use, I have known this one since the mid 1990’s, and to my knowledge this lovely Corvette has never seen the show circuit. It really doesn’t get much better than this. This is a well optioned car in immaculate condition. An extensive and well documented restoration was carried out in the mid 1980’s by Reed Restoring in Arizona with careful attention to detail and authenticity. Well maintained by the last UK owner of some 25 years. In 2014 the car was given a very thorough refresh at our workshops, this included a brake overhaul, carburettor overhaul and new fuel lines, front suspension work, a new aluminised dual exhaust system, rear wheel bearings, transmission reseal and new clutch and a lot more besides. We have just taken this a step further with new rear bumpers, exhaust surrounds, new grille teeth and wheel spinners. We have also given the car a thorough check over and a full service and detail. The exterior off this car is lovely, there are a series of photographs in the history folder showing the car in bare fibreglass displaying a very nice original body with no replacement panels, this in itself is a rarity, and any original body stands head and shoulders above a car made of aftermarket panels. Paintwork is still superb and no doubt was painted in the good stuff you aren’t allowed to use anymore… All exterior trim is excellent, the cove trim fit is superb, as are all shut lines and panel gaps, bear in mind that these cars were still in the very early stages of production in a revolutionary new material so panel fit wasn’t the greatest, the panel fit on this car is better than new. All the chrome is flawless, the rear bumpers and exhaust surrounds/crescents are new, the grille teeth are new, and all very high quality. The paint finish belies its 30 plus years. Wheels are the original welded rims correctly finished in body colour and well shod with recent reproduction Firestone wide whitewall tyres. Wheel trims are the originals in beautiful condition with new spinners. The wheel and tyre combination is just breathtaking. We have replaced the grille teeth, rear bumpers and exhaust surrounds with high quality reproduction items, the rest of the chrome is perfect, as is all the glass and weatherstripping, the windscreen looks like a more recent replacement. This was originally a hardtop only car, which is fine in Arizona, not so good in our climate, so in 2014 we installed a brand new convertible top frame and white soft top, along with all new weatherstripping and hardware, the top is still like new. The hardtop is in very good condition and is the original and correct hardtop with the 1956 only anodised header bow and a perfect red headliner. It is the same story inside the car, seats, carpets, door panels are all very good, the steering wheel is just about perfect and these are often cracked, gauges all function as they should, even the clock, which was returned to the USA for rebuild. The dash in these real early cars is lovely, with its single binnacle for the speedometer and the matching binnacle for the radio speaker. The radio is the correct 1956 self seeking radio which functions perfectly, the self seeking feature is a thing of wonder and it is rare to see one functioning correctly, every time I do it blows me away! Power windows are another nice option, with only 547 of the 3467 56’s produced getting this box checked, and they work perfectly. The correct trunk liner is installed along with a perfect spare wheel and tyre, and also the correct jack and brace. Underneath the car is super clean, and exactly what you would expect of a car like this, theres a lot of superficially ‘restored’ cars out there that are little more than a nice paint job over greasy underpinnings, rest assured, that is not the case with this automobile. Everything is A1, we have just fitted a new oilpan gasket and changed the oil, I have removed all the drums and inspected the brake linings and wheel cylinders, all are perfect. The exhaust system was replaced in 2014 with a dual aluminised system with off road mufflers, this is the nicest sounding exhaust available for these early Corvettes and the sound of this car is just Wonderfull. The transmission was resealed at the same time and a new clutch installed, the clutch is lovely and light and the transmission shifts very smoothly. Like it or not, numbers are important on cars like this. GM didn’t stamp the VIN number on the engine block until late 1959/early 1960 so a prospective buyer needs to tread with some caution here. I have checked all the relevant numbers as follows: 1956 Chevrolet Corvette VIN E56S004060 August 1956 build Engine block casting number 3720991 denotes 1956/7 265ci 2 bolt main bearings Engine suffix F56GR denotes 1956 225hp 3 speed 2x4 Cylinder heads are 3731554, 1957-1966 283 1.72 intake 1.5 exhaust - it is conceivable that a car as late as this in the model run was fitted with 1957 heads, either that or the heads have been replaced at some point. Intake manifold casting number 3731394, carburettors 2419S and 2362S front and rear respectively, dual point distributor 1110879, all correct for 1956. As far as matching numbers go thats about as conclusive as it gets, there is an extensive list of this cars part numbers in the restoration file that list the cars components, even down to the starter motor, wiper motor and voltage regulator. Make no mistake, this is a very correct car. The engine bay matches the rest of the car. It looks just like it should and would put most others to shame. A lovely engine bay is probably one of the things that turns me on the most and this one does not disappoint. The carburettors and air cleaners are correct, perfect ignition shielding hides the correct distributor. We even replaced the fan belt with a correctly numbered item. It is all just very lovely! There is an extensive history folder with restoration photographs, invoices, and a November 1989 Classic Cars magazine featuring this car on the front cover. I could go on and on about just how lovely this car is. I think you would be looking a long time to find a car that delivers the overall package any better than this. I can arrange transport to any mainland UK destination including all ports. I will gladly show you the car on a ramp so you can see underneath and I will take another Corvette in part exchange. This is a collector quality solid axle Corvette that is priced sensibly and will delight the buyer for many years to come. Please call 01263 739944 or email info@corvetteuk.com for more information or to view. See www.corvettekingdom.co.uk for more pictures.

    • Year: 1956
    • Mileage: 86000 mi
    • Engine size: 4.3
    For sale
    £75,000 £75,000
    Scott Groves
    Scott Groves
  • CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06 2017

    £89,995 £89,995

    Yellow. Just 850 miles! 6.2 Supercharged, 650 hp, 650 lb-ft of torque. Tremec seven-speed manual with rev-matching technology. Removable carbon fibre roof panel, uniquely calibrated SLA-type front and rear suspension design, standard Magnetic Selective Ride Control dampers, standard smart electronic limited-slip differential (eLSD) integrated with Electronic Stability Control and Performance Traction Management systems, 19x10-inch front and 20x12-inch rear spin-cast aluminum wheels on Michelin Pilot Sport P285/30ZR19 front and 335/25ZR20 rear tires, extended fenders by 56 mm at the front and 80 mm at the rear, Brembo brakes (371x33mm front and 365x25mm rear two-piece steel brake discs, aluminum six-piston front and four-piston rear fixed calipers), a front splitter, spats around the front wheel openings, a unique carbon-fibre hood with a larger vent, larger front fender vents and unique air blades over the inlets on the rear fenders, a larger unique rear spoiler, and rear-fascia openings that are larger than the Stingray. The redesigned mesh pattern on the front fascia allows for maximum airflow to the supercharger's intercooler heat exchanger, while dedicated brake-cooling intakes and wider grille outlets on the bottom serves as air diffusers. Magnesium framed, full black nappa leather GT sport seats.;The Z07 performance package includes Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 P285/30ZR19 front and 335/25ZR20 rear tires, 394x36mm front and 388x33mm rear carbon ceramic-matrix brake discs, a larger winglets to the front splitter, more pronounced side skirts, and an adjustable see-through center section on the rear spoiler

    • Mileage: 850 mi
    • Engine size: 6.2
    For sale
    £89,995 £89,995
  • 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

    $42,500(£0) $42,500(£0)

    1959 Chevrolet Corvette This 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible comes in silver with white coves and a black interior. It is equipped with an automatic transmission, B&M shifter, MSD ignition, dual side mirrors, dual side pipes, Crager wheels and includes some miscellaneous parts. An extremely clean and presentable example which is mechanically sound. For $42,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1959
    For sale
    $42,500(£0) $42,500(£0)
  • 1954 Chevrolet Corvette

    $57,500(£0) $57,500(£0)

    1954 Chevrolet Corvette This timeless 1954 Chevrolet Corvette is shown here in polo white with red interior. An unmistakably iconic color scheme on these early Vettes. It comes equipped with the correct blue flame inline 6 engine with a powerglide automatic transmission, triple Carter carburetors, OEM radio, knock off wheels with white-wall tires and with the soft top. An extremely original and highly collectible Corvette which is mechanically sound. For $57,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1954
    For sale
    $57,500(£0) $57,500(£0)
  • 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

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    1965 Chevrolet Corvette VIN: 194375S112309 Built by Chevrolet on March, 13th 1965, this Sting Ray was sold new on April 1st 1965 at Brackin Chevrolet in Linderwood, North Dakota to Donald M. Wohlwend of Seattle, Washington. It was ordered in rally red paint with the 350 hp V8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission, telescopic steering wheel, positraction axle 370R, quick take off wheels, inside no-glare mirror, back up lamps, am/fm radio, and transistor ignition. All these options would raise the cost of the Coupe from the base price of $4321.00 to a final sticker number of $5,423.70. The Corvette would spend the next few decades in the care of Mr. Wohlwend in Seattle. He kept all of the original sales paper work, registrations from 1965-1987, window sticker, protect-o-plate, even his original Sting Ray brochure and gas receipt from the '60s-'70s. From the condition of these records, and of the car itself we can safely assume Mr. Wohlwend was a meticulous type of person when it came to his cars. After his long-term ownership the Corvette was in the possession of a couple of collectors in Washington State who safely guarded the car's originality and condition. The January 1965 issue of

    • Year: 1965
    For sale
    POA POA
  • 1961 Chevrolet Corvette

    $52,500(£0) $52,500(£0)

    1961 Chevrolet Corvette This 1961 Chevrolet Corvette with 2 tops is offered in red with white coves and a black interior. It features a 327 engine, manual transmission, dual carburetors, solid wheels, and iconic white wall tires. Don't pass on this clean American classic which would make an easy additon to any collection. Mechanically sound. For $52,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1961
    For sale
    $52,500(£0) $52,500(£0)
  • Chevrolet Corvette C3 1982

    €14,950(£0) €14,950(£0)

    Chevrolet Corvette C3 1982 Collector Edition This is a 1982 Chevrolet Corvette C3 in driver’s condition. Ofcourse the car has the original Collector Edition colour combination. The car drives, brakes and shifts gear and is a nice car for someone who wants to drive and wants to improve it himself. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1982
    For sale
    €14,950(£0) €14,950(£0)
  • CHEVROLET CORVETTE C2 327 Convertible 1964

    £55,000 £55,000

    1964 Corvette C2 327 Manual Convertible. Original Colour: Daytona Blue (Metallic). Blue Interior. White Top. 327 Cu In / 300 BHP, 4 Speed Manual. A Beautiful Example! Unmarked Bodywork and Chrome. Excellent Interior. Drives Beautifully, And Is Still A Quick Car Even By Today's Standards. The Underside Is As Good As Any C2 Anywhere. (MOT Tester Even Commented On Just How Good It Is Underneath). Suspension All Sorted With New Components and Bushes Etc. Arrived From Southern California September 2014 And Has Clearly Been Cherished By Its Previous Owner. Mileage Reading 66,000 However Odometer Is Not Working, So Must Be Assumed Incorrect...Really Is Incredible For 51 Years Old and Ready To Drive Anywhere. This Particular Model, In This Colour Combination Must Be Considered Highly Desirable; Very Collectable and Can Only Appreciate In Value. PX Considered.

    • Mileage: 66000 mi
    • Engine size: 5.4
    For sale
    £55,000 £55,000
  • 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Convertible

    $69,500(£0) $69,500(£0)

    1962 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Convertible The 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Fuelie Convertible in available in this gorgeous Roman Red exterior over red interior trim and the removable red hardtop and black soft-top. It is equipped with strong V8 engine with Rochester fuel-injection, 4 speed manual transmission, 2 tops, signal seeking radio, original dealer window sticker, owners manual, spare tire and additional parts and trim. There were only 1,918 fuel-injection Corvettes built in 1962 and the last year of the first generation Corvettes. This is an original yellow plate California car which is mechanically sound. For $69,500. If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1962
    For sale
    $69,500(£0) $69,500(£0)
  • : Chevrolet Corvette C2 Sting Ray GBP 125000

    £125,000 £125,000

    Description: We have the pleasure to offer this 1965 Corvette C2 (C2 for 2nd generation) aka “Corvette Stingray” for sale. The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C2 was built between 1962 and 1967 and, in 1965, this gorgeous, blue-chip American classic received disc brakes all-round and the awesome 425bhp 396 cubic inch (7 litre) Turbojet 'big block engine' This car, which the current UK owner has had the pleasure to enjoy for more than 10 years, has been meticulously prepared to full FIA specification. It has a fresh, new Tim Adams big block engine delivering 560 bhp, a G-Force T10 gearbox and a Gripper differential. Seat belts, fire system and fuel tank are all current and the car comes with new, 2016 FIA HTP. Nothing further needs to be done to the car and it is sold in race-ready condition. Spares are 3 sets of and miscellaneous running spares. There are many other spare parts available which are optional. This Black/Black Corvette Stingray is located in UK and is a well know car that has been run successfully on the European historic racing scene among which the Goodwood Revival TT where it finished a very respectable 9th overall. This exciting “Vette” is ready to race throughout Eur

    • Year: 1965
    For sale
    £125,000 £125,000
    RMD
    +32 (0) 475 422790 View contact number
    RMD
    +32 (0) 475 422790 View contact number
  • 2007 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

    $27,500(£0) $27,500(£0)

    This 2007 Corvette Coupe is finished in striking LeMans Blue over Ebony. The first owner was the spouse of the owner of Johnson Chevrolet of Sacramento, CA. Approximately $60,000 in upgrades done by the current owner: - Edelbrock Supercharger - Foose Wheels - Willwood brakes - Borla exhaust Motor Dyno'd at 656 HP. Excellent paint and interior. Original paint with the exception of the front nose. Recent service done at 64,347 miles included fluids, new cats, plugs, coils and wires. Spare set of wheels with new Michelin tires included. Enthusiast owned and reflected in the care and condition. All inspections welcome. We ship worldwide. Contact us at 831.373.3131 day or evening. Price: $27500 VIN: 1G1YY25U275135893 Condition: Clear Title Transmission: Automatic Exterior Color: LeMans Blue Interior Color: Ebony Stock No: 11292 Mileage: 68490 Warranty: No Warranty Inquire Apply for Financing View Other Cars Additional Photos

    • Year: 2007
    • Mileage: 68490 mi
    For sale
    $27,500(£0) $27,500(£0)
  • CHEVROLET CORVETTE C5 CONVERTIBLE AUTOMATIC - HUD - BOSE - EU MODEL

    £17,995 £17,995

    Messing with the Corvette faithful is always a dicey proposition. Youre talking about Route 66, hot dogs, apple pie and Americas Sports Car. Respectfully, the new Corvette (or C5) had all the legendary Vette basics: two seats, rear-wheel drive, a big honking pushrod V8 up front and a low-to-the-ground, swoopy fibreglass body. Constructed principally out of aluminum, the C5s standard 5.7-litre V8 originally pumped out 345 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. But changes such as a 211-millimetre increase in the wheelbase and locating the gear box at the rear axle instead of behind the engine for improved weight distribution and a more spacious interior meant the C5 was a very different car than its predecessor. There is also a real boot, something that has been absent from Corvettes for a long time. The convertible looks a bit more graceful, particularly when the top is down. If stares of envy are part of your sports car enjoyment, its hard to imagine a better choice than the ragtop Vette. This high specification Eurpean market example comes in Quicksilver Metallic and black leather interior. Long list of extras include Head Up Display, BOSE sound system with 12 CD multichanger,

    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 89000 mi
    For sale
    £17,995 £17,995
  • CHEVROLET CORVETTE C3 STINGRAY 454 CONVERTIBLE

    £39,995 £39,995

    The 1972 Corvette was in some ways, the End Of An Era with this model year being the last year to have front and rear chrome bumpers, bright egg crate grill and side fender grills. This real head turning Classic White convertible (with removable hardtop) comes with a special order Saddle Leather interior. Features include: Chevrolet 454 ci V8 Big Block engine Rated At 270 HP, 4 speed Manual Transmission With Floor Shift Console, Power Disc Brakes, Original AM/FM radio, Custom made stainless steel Dual Exhaust, Black Convertible Top, raised white letter tires on unmarked Corvette C3 Wheels. The car has undergone an extensive treatments after being imported to the UK in 2014: the paint has been stripped, crazed areas repaired and re-sprayed incl. door shuts, new door cards incl. rubbers and brand new soft top fitted, all new chrome badges fitted and many, many other parts replaced - invoices for over 4000$ to prove that. Please make an enquiry below or book an appointment on 01727 858000 to view this car.

    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 52000 mi
    For sale
    £39,995 £39,995
  • 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427 ROADSTER

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    Rally Red Exterior, Red Vinyl Interior, 435 HP/427 (Numbers Matching L71), 4-Speed Close Ratio Transmission, Auxiliary Hardtop, Black Convertible Top, PB AM/FM Radio, Factory Side Dual Exhaust, Special Suspension, 775x15x4 Ply Red Line Tires, 3:55 Radio Positract Differential. Just completed Frame-Off Restoration by NCRS Judge. Odometer 37,151 & is believed to be correct mileage. VIN #194677S112285 (build date March 1, 1967), Block Casting #3904351, Block casting date A257 (Jan 25, 1967), Engine Assembly date: T0215JE (Feb 15), Head Casting #3904391, head casting date (B17/B107, Feb 1st & Feb 10th, 1967), Intake Manifold #3894374, Carburetors: Holley reissues, Exhaust Manifolds: 3880827/3880828, Bellhousing: 3899621, Master Cylinder: 5455509 DC with correct cap, Wiper Motor: 5044602, Transmission: P7B21 (Muncie 1967 Feb 21st) 7S112285, Differential: AZ 81 66.

    • Year: 1967
    For sale
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