Remember that 1967 Corvette L88 that sold for $3.85 million at Barrett-Jackson earlier this year? Well, there’s another one going up for auction if you found yourself a little short on cash to bid on that last one.
The coveted Corvette, one of just 20 produced in ’67, will cross the blocks at the Mecum Inaugural Classic and Collector Car Auction being held in Seattle June 13-14. Chevy deceptively rated the L88 at 430 horsepower at 5,200 rpm, but at its 6,500-rpm redline it was fully capable of cranking out as much as 550 horsepower.
The Corvette L88 up for auction in Seattle was restored by the renowned Naber Brothers and featured in a number of Bloomington Gold Special Collections over three decades, which likely raises the car’s stock even more.
Source [Mecum Auctions]