Sure this 1967 Corvette 427 with a L-71 engine is hot-hot-hot, but is it $750,000 hot?
Sure, a total save is always the goal, but given the kind of power this thing has, it’s safe to say this bit of news could have turned out a whole lot worse.
This ’67 Sting Ray brings classic style to life in a way few other models can match.
I always revel in sightings of major celebrities in Corvettes in California, especially when they are as big as this one. Maybe it’s the fact that after spending time in Los Angeles where so many celebrities drive Ferraris and Aston Martins, it’s always great to see one who has a little more taste.
Is it me, or does it seem as though eBay is becoming the go-to spot for scouting rare collectible Corvettes? One of the latest I’ve stumbled upon is a 1967 Lynndale Blue Sting Ray equipped with an (L71) 427 Tri-Power V8 with 435 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque mated to a four-speed manual transmission. The car, being sold by Paramount Classic Cars, is now listed at $200,000 after bidders failed to meet the minimum price the seller desired.