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CMC is excited to have this outstanding 1967 Corvette Stingray Convertible in our inventory. Powered by the Numbers Match L-79 327 pumping out 350 Horsepower and coupled to the 4 Speed transmission, this one is a solid performer. Highly documented with original order invoice, protect-0-plate and more, this L-79 is one of a kind. History of the Stingray L-79: On June 10th, 1967 William Aman of Glen Head, New York, drove all the way to the far east end of Long Island to his summer home in East Hampton. We can only imagining passing by Lester Motors, a small longtime Chevrolet dealership in East Hampton. Bill, spotting this Rally Red Roadster out front, knew he had to have it. I am sure in June, with the sun shining on the red paint and its contrasting white soft top and white wall tires, it was stunning. When he approached the car, the 327/350HP v8 was mated to the 4 Speed close ratio transmission would have had to have gotten his mouth watering, and the 4:11 Positraction rear end would have gotten him at the first drive. The Stingray also came equipped with Am Fm Radio, one year only black vinyl hardtop.This information is documented from the original Protect-O-Plate and original Bill of Sale, showing that he paid $5,134.40 for this car including tax. Bill kept good records on the car starting with the first week of ownership. In 1970, Bill moved to Denver, Colorado where he continued to enjoy the car. After six years of use, Bill noticed that the engine was getting tired. In September of 1973, he had the engine completely rebuilt. He then continued enjoying the car. We have a copy of the Colorado title documenting this move. In 1983, Bill sold his Corvette to the second owner, Don Polson, who lived a couple of hours away in Wyoming. Don kept some notes on the car, but did not use the car much, and sold the car in 1989 to Edgar Family. The Edgar family was visiting Colorado Springs and saw the car in a local newspaper. They bought the car immediately and brought it back to California with them. The car has remained in the Edgar family until a few years back when it was purchased by a private collector in North Carolina. The car is now looking for its next care taker to carry on this tradition. Options Documented from new include: L-79 High Performance 327/350HP 4 Speed Close ratio transmission Auxiliary Vinyl Hardtop. (one year only) 4:11 Positraction Rear end AM-FM radio Original Order Invoice Original Protect-O-Plate Documented Ownership History Factory color code Rally Red All Original interior Documentation includes: Original Order Invoice Complete ownership history copies of title transfer and original titles Original owners manual warranty booklet dealer jacket Maintenance records from day one Today the car remains very original. The car has only had one repaint years ago in the original Rally Red. The car still shows incredibly well and is a testament to the meticulous ownership history. The car still retains the original interior. Although showing some wear, its is in truly remarkable condition for the age. The Auxiliary vinyl hardtop to all original and looks almost new still. The older white soft top still presents very well. The car runs and drives as you would expect from a survivor type vehicle. It performs very well and shifts into all gears with easy. You can hear the L-79 Camshaft at idle. The car rides on newer radial white wall tires. All options work as they should. You will be very impressed with this original Stingray. Call soon as cars of this caliber and pedigree do not come to market everyday. This car is truly a one of a kind. Financing available at very low rates! Good trades are always welcomed. Contact CMC today. Let us help you with the car of your dreams. Carolina Muscle Cars Inc, 2020 Lufkin Road, Apex, NC 27539 919-367-9002
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327 V8 L79
4 Speed Manual
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