This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is finished in Malboro Maroon with a black soft top and was built in March 1967. The car reportedly underwent a body-off restoration from 2002-2005 by it previous owner of 30 years that included new paint, a rebuild of its numbers-matching 427ci V8, fresh interior pieces, and more. The current owner acquired the car for his collection in 2017, and has driven it roughly 200 miles over the course of his ownership. Recent maintenance includes a rebuild of the Holley carburetor in May of this year. This C2 is offered on consignment in Neptune, New Jersey with a removable hardtop, the original order sheet, and a clean New Jersey title in the current owner’s name.
The fiberglass body was removed from the frame and repainted in its proper Malboro Maroon (988) color. Per the original order sheet, the car was optioned with the N11 offroad exhaust, incorporating less-restrictive mufflers than the standard units.
Factory 15″ Rallye wheels retain their correct chrome rings and hubs covers and are wrapped in a set of period-appropriate Firestone redline tires. The new black soft top is shown raised in the gallery below, and the sale also includes an OEM removable hardtop trimmed in black vinyl.
The interior was refreshed with new upholstery and carpets in the correct black color, and are detailed up close in the gallery below. The stock vertically-mounted Delco AM/FM radio remains present.
Gauges, controls, and accessories retain full functionality per the seller. The 5-digit odometer shows approximately 40k miles
The trim tag located below the glovebox door provides the following production details:
- H01 – Produced March 1, 1967
- Style 67 467 – 1967 Convertible
- Trim STD – Black vinyl
- Body S-6149 – St. Louis
- Paint 988 – Marlboro Maroon
Backed by a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission and positraction rear end, the 427ci V8 produced 390 horsepower from the factory and was reportedly rebuilt with OEM parts during the restoration. The engine is original to the car, with a photo of the matching block stamping shown below. The most recent service occurred in May 2018 for a rebuild of the Holley carburetor.
The engine block stamping pictured above reads 112397, matching the last six digits of the VIN plate.
Numerous photos are included in the gallery that highlight the condition of the car’s underside and mechanicals.
A detailed walk-around, startup, and driving demonstration is featured in the video clip above.
A scan of the original order sheet is pictured above, and details factory options and specifications.