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Old 04-23-2019, 12:57 PM
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Default 1967 1 Owner Survivor Value / ballpark Price

Vette newbie here well had an 82 and a 99 at different times but

I found a 1967 327/350 hp 4 spd 3.70 posi convertible. Tuxedo Black painted once in the 80s not cracks whatsoever could use a good buff. Saddle vinyl interior and black top.

Manual steering and brakes, AM/FM kinda works clock does not. all interior lights as well as headlights work too. All chrome is in great shape for age.
This is a numbers MATCHING 1 owner car unmolested. Has buyers invoice, PoP plate Corvette club membership card dated in 67' hand written maintenance file with every detail logged in . EVERYTHING matches paperwork. I'm sure tank sticker there too but don't want to drop the tank Invoice even shows trading in 1965 Mustang v8 4 spd ...

Simply amazing the history from this Naval Aviators car purchased in Pensacola Florida while in flight training before going to Vietnam War . Aviator wings sticker on vent window.

Car shows great but documentation is incredible its my neighbors car and I am trying to help him out. The stories he tells are even better as far as what he did to and with the car 50k miles odometer broke at 20k documented in maintenance records . ( Never rebuilt ) garaged entire life , no rust on frame. Has his Wedding photos .. Daughter's wedding photos with the car and more
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Any guidance where to go to get a selling price , I want to buy it but I want to do right by them as they are great people/ neighbors fellow USN Retirees

Any help would be much appreciated ball park price is fine pm Me to discuss if you want advise

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Pictures please of the trim tag and POP and the car.
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Old 04-23-2019, 01:30 PM
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You're gonna need to post some pics
convertible or coupe
trim tags
sidepipes
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Most important is your statement of “matching numbers” do you mean original BORN WITH drive train OR replaced with restoration type matching numbers? There is a huge difference in the price of cars like this.
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watching for pics
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BORN WITH Left the factory 52 years ago with this drive train interior NO accidents original glass This is the real deal Convertible straight pipes, not side Radiator and soft top was replaced . no hard top SS rims

Thanks for asking

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Waiting for pictures............
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More coming took His name off sent to someone else they tracked him down and harassed him to sell it to them Trust me it is him





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Fill out your profile!

Great paperwork.

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Great paperwork.
Profile filled out thanks on PW plug There is plenty more . Notice he lived in the BOQ on base A real Hero - Naval Aviator rescue helo pilot ( in my humble opinion ) sorry partial to USN after serving 20 years

For anyone familiar with NAS Pensacola Naval Aviation Museum - This belongs there to mark an era !!
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Notice the trade in 1965 V8 Convert Mustang this is awesome and don't know but don't think you see this every day Working on exterior Photos was a rainy day and this car has only seen rain on the TV in the garage ok a little exaggeration but it was a sunday driver fair weather car most of its garaged life.

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Originally Posted by aaajawsvette View Post
Spent time living in that BOQ (Bachelor Officers Quarters) 7 years later as well... The parking lot then was filled with Corvettes, Camaro's, Porche's, MG's, Triumph's and quite a few 240Z's then.

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Originally Posted by GUSTO14 View Post
Spent time living in that BOQ (Bachelor Officers Quarters) 7 years later as well... The parking lot then was filled with Corvettes, Camaro's, Porche's, MG's, Triumph's and quite a few 240Z's then.

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I was there in Oct 1994 - Feb 1995 Feb AOCS Gunnery Sgt Wilson Yes Sir another 3 miles please...….. Parking lot looked a little different by then when I finally was allowed to stay at the Q
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I was there (NAS) 3 years ago for recruiting school. Zero old corvettes on base, I can promise you that.
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I know pictures stink Will go back but in the mean time Gaps all good no cracking maybe a good wet sand and buff if anything I think there is enough to come up with a ball park price unless something specific is needed … ??


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This is an easy one. As good as a small block 67 can be, except to have AC and some pwr options. Color combo to die for. All the paper.
$100,000 give or take a little.


ps, don't wet sand. Not good.

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This is an easy one. As good as a small block 67 can be, except to have AC and some pwr options. Color combo to die for. All the paper.
$100,000 give or take a little.


ps, don't wet sand. Not good.
OK No wet sand I am Gasping at the $100 k +/- are you serious
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interesting that the trade in was a 289 hipo 4 speed mustang convertible, the dealer wrote the vin number down wrong, but that car is still in existence in France

https://www.isomustangs.org/VIN/5F08K698938




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Originally Posted by aaajawsvette View Post
OK No wet sand I am Gasping at the $100 k +/- are you serious
as a heart attack. You see Black/Saddle about as often as Haley's Comet. And nearly virgin 67 L79 convs like that one, with provenance like that are non extant.
Seriously.
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