It is only days away until the Mecum Auction starts in Kissimmee Florida. They will offer over 150 classic Corvettes. They already have registered over 3,000 collector cars of all makes and models as well as price points. The Auction starts January 6th and runs through January 15th, 2017.
In our earlier blog, we looked at some of the exceptional Corvettes that are going to cross the block at the Mecum Auction this January: the 1954 Corvette in Bobby William’s Collection, 1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE LS6 COUPE, 1 of 188 Produced, Top Flight, Tank Sticker, 1971 CHEVROLET CORVETTE LS6 COUPE, 454/425 HP, 4-Speed, 1968 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE, 427/435 HP, 4-Speed, 1962 CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE, NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence and a 1967 Corvette that is the only one of its Kind Known to Exist. You can read more about these cars here.
Car of the Day: 1967 Corvette for Sale
Today’s car we want to share is LOT S160.1. This Star Car is scheduled to cross the block Saturday, January 14. It has had a frame off restoration, and the experts estimate its value at $190,000 – $220,000. The 1967 Corvette is the last year for the second-generation Corvette.
[su_highlight]This car was sold new at Jay Kline Chevrolet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. That is 50 years Ago![/su_highlight]
We learn from the Mecum’s listing that this beautiful Corvette convertible is a “four-time NCRS Top Flight award winner, has earned Performance Verification, and ultimately the coveted NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence, arguably the most sought-after Corvette award. Achieving the Duntov Award marks the car as equal to or better than when the car came off the assembly line.”
There were 22,940 1967 Corvettes produced, and only 2,325 were painted the beautiful Sunfire Yellow. This convertible has a Black top and black interior. Sitting on Rally wheels the car has both the distinct 427 and Sting Ray badging. The competition-derived Stinger hood treatment brings out the champion look.
This beautiful 1967 L71 Convertible is powered by the 427/435 HP engine. 1967 was the first year of the 3×2 Holley intake system and the only year it appeared in the mid-year body design. Other features include transistorized ignition, 4-speed manual transmission, and AZ 3.55 Positraction differential.
As Shown Above Here are Some of the Highlights
- 2014 NCRS Chapter Top Flight, 98.6%
- 2009 NCRS Regional Top Flight, 96.5%
- 2016 NCRS National Top Flight, 98.4%
- 2016 NCRS Regional Top Flight, 98.2%
- 2015 NCRS Performance Verification
- 2016 NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence
- CCAS Affirmation Certificate
- Sold new at Jay Kline Chevrolet in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Frame-off restoration
- Original 427/435 HP engine
- Holley Tri-Power setup
- Transistorized ignition
- 4-speed transmission
- AZ 3.55 Positraction differential
- F41 heavy duty suspension
- Sunfire Yellow with Black Top and Interior
- Rally wheels
Source: Mecum Auction Website
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As mentioned above, this Corvette is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. You might enjoy seeing some old Chevrolet Commercials for the 1967 Chevys. We found a Camaro, an Impala, and a Caprice commercials that you might enjoy. Click Here to View.
We have the options for the 1967 Corvette as well as some photos with Corvettes that are great examples of the way the cars looked when they left the showroom floor some 50 years ago. 1967 Corvette Options and Photos