The 1967 Corvette is considered the most-loved Corvette ever produced. The combination of classic C2 styling, along with an incredible array of powertrain and comfort options, makes it one of the most desirable Corvettes ever. Not bad for a car that was never supposed to be made!
The ZR-1's production run from 1990-95 was one of the most exciting times for Corvette enthusiasts in recent memory. In the mid-1980s, rumors of a "King of the Hill" Corvette began to leak out of Detroit and into America's speed shops and dealerships.
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Unmistakable exhaust rumble that comes from a lot of money invested small block performance. So when its wrapped in a distinct package like this, you know youre looking at an irresistible classic. The silvery blue hue applied to this Stingray makes for a great first impression. After all, 1974 was the debut of the urethane bumpers front and rear. So we cant think of a better way to showcase a wave-like body than with a color that looks like a riptide surf. This one has a level of fit and finish that tells you it has been treated with the proper respect. It has all the right details, including the trim, badging, and bright Rally wheels. And of course, the single-year two-piece rear bumper is in place exactly what Corvette people use to identify this as a 74. So the result is an iconic classic that lives up to its legacy, while also having distinction in a crowd. Black interiors look great in these C3s, especially when finished in leather. You can tell there has been a nice investment here by the freshness of the bucket seats, door panels, and much more. Youve got plenty of nice features, including power windows, power locks, an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions for R134a air conditioning. But what youll love most is how this is a drivers machine. You get a three-spoke steering wheel. Just ahead of that is the large dual pod gauges for the speedo and tach, and to the side are a full set of auxiliary readouts. Plus, that Hurst shifter is just calling out for your right hand. And the full experience is only heightened when you take the T-tops out and let the wind flow through the cabin. Under the hood is an engine bay that has been given the right investments. It looks terrific with the upgraded shine of the air topper, master cylinder, alternator, pulleys, and more. The consignor states the 350 cubic-inch V8 was rebuilt about 130 miles ago, and the odometer reading supports that. Plus, it has nice upgrades like a Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and newer stainless dual exhaust. You get complete control over the motor thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. In fact, there have been more great investments to keep you in control. The undercarriage photos will show you fresh components like the VBP tie rods, urethane bushings, and a new bell housing. So combined with the fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes, it gives you extra confidence in a classic that was already built to take on the roads. This Stingray is the classic sports coupe done the way you want. So dont miss out on a crisp and unique classic. Call today!!!
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