It didn’t quite make that one-million mark, but it still was way out of my reach and likely a lot of other Corvette fans. Yup, that pristine 1967 427 Corvette we all raved over with fewer than 3,000 miles ended up crossing the block at $725,000. That’s a quarter-million shy of that big mark a lot of people thought the classic ‘Vette might go for at the Mecum auction in Houston. So I guess, you could say whoever purchased the car got a mighty fine deal.
When it comes to a car that speaks to the Corvette’s legacy in America in a unique way, this might be one of the coolest I’ve come across in a while. This one-of-a-kind classic, which was on display at the Kennedy Space Center yesterday, is a 1967 Sting Ray once owned by astronaut Neil Armstrong … you know, the first person to walk on the moon. Yeah, this car is kind of a big deal.
Low-mileage Corvettes are typically rare finds even when it comes to some of the more recent models, but when it’s a 1967 Corvette with only 2,996 miles, it becomes even more special. Even more impressive, the car and all of its original parts are said to be in near-perfect condition. This ’67 ‘Vette was discovered in […]
There are plenty of classics which look like the last stop on their assembly line was a time machine. And without question, they’re gorgeous. But properly fusing past and present can be even trickier and 1CoolC2 has totally pulled it off with his ’67 C2. In addition to swapping the original mill for an LS7, […]
1967 was planned to be the first year of the 3rd generation of the Chevrolet Corvette but due to delays in design and the launch of the new 1967 Camaro, the C3 was held off until 1968. However, General Motors made a move to make the 1967 Corvette one of the most sought after and […]