1967 Corvette Sting Ray: Specs, Pricing, Options, and Photos

Discover the fascinating history of the iconic C2 1967 Corvette Sting Ray, from its specs and options to its colors and unique features. Explore restored and original models with photos and pricing information.

The 1967 Corvette – A Sports Car Ahead of Its Time

1967 Corvette L-88 Preproduction 427 V8 Engine
1967 Corvette L-88 Preproduction 427 V8 Engine

1967 Corvette Specifications, Options, Costs, Colors, Facts, and Details

The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray sports car has some of the best-known options, specifications, costs, colors, facts, and details of any vehicle in history and deserves to be among the top 10 most famous vehicles in automotive history as well as one of the top collector vehicles in the world today.

Various reasons were behind General Motors’ decision to extend the production of the current model for one more year. One theory was that the release of the C3 had been intentionally delayed to work on the Chevrolet Camaro in 1967. In spite of what critics and enthusiasts predicted, the C2 1967 Corvette Sting Ray wasn’t actually the first of a new generation, but it was the most refined of the second-generation Corvettes.

Throughout this article, we will be discussing the 1967 Corvette Specifications and its pricing, colors, facts, and other details, with accompanying photos of some of the best restored and original Corvettes.

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How many 1967 Corvettes were made?

The 67 Corvette sports car was offered in two body styles. 22,940 cars were produced that year. Of that, 8,504 1967 Corvette Coupes and 14,436 Corvette Stingray 1967 Convertibles were produced.

What did the 1967 Chevy Corvette cost new?

The Corvette Stingray 1967 base price was $4388.00 for the Coupe and $4,240.75 for the Convertible.

What Colors were available for the 1967 Corvette?

Interestingly, the blue interior and stinger are color correct for a 1967 Corvette, when four were built in this combination.

1967 Corvette Exterior Color Choices

CODEEXTERIORQUANTITY
900Tuxedo Black815
972Ermine White1,423
974Rally Red2,341
976Marina Blue3,840
977Lynndale Blue1,381
980Elkhart Blue1,096
983Goodwood Green4,293
984Sunfire Yellow2,325
986Silver Pearl1,952
988Marlboro Maroon3,464

1967 Corvette Interior Color Choices

CODECOLOR
stdBlack Vinyl
402Black Leather
407Red Vinyl
408Red Leather
414Bright Blue Vinyl
415Bright Blue Leather
418Teal Blue Vinyl
419Teal Blue Leather
420Saddle Vinyl
421Saddle Leather
430Green Vinyl
450White and Blue Vinyl
455White and Black Vinyl

Our First Example of a Stock 1967 Corvette

Our first example of a beautiful matching number 67 Corvette is owned by David and Mary Matlock. The Matlocks received the Vette Vues Magazine’s Tri-Power Award at the Galveston Corvette Chevy Expo. The 38th Corvette/Chevy Expo was held at the beautiful Galveston Island Convention Center, right on the Gulf of Mexico, February 27 & 28, 2016.

67 Corvette owned by David and Mary Matlock

As we look at the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Specifications on this car a few stand out. The Rally Red paint, aluminum bolt-on wheels, side dual exhaust, redline tires.
As we look at the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Specifications on this car, a few stand out. The Rally Red paint, aluminum bolt-on wheels, side dual exhaust, and redline tires.
1967 Rally Red Corvette. The 1967 Corvette air vents had five smaller vents in place of the three larger vents featured on the earlier C2 Corvettes.
1967 Rally Red Corvette. The 1967 Corvette air vents had five smaller vents in place of the three larger vents featured on the earlier C2 Corvettes.

These are the Sting Ray 1967 Corvette Options that the Matlock’s Corvette Sport Coupe has:

  • #974 Rally Red
  • #407 Red Vinyl Trim
  • #M21 4 Speed Cl Ratio Tran
  • #N89 Aluminum Bolt-on Wheels
  • #U69 PB AM/FM Radio
  • #K66 Transistor Ignition System
  • #N14 Side Dual Exhaust
  • #F41 Special Front and Rear Suspension
  • #Q81 – Redline Tires 7.75×15
  • #G81 Positraction Rear Axle, All Ratios
  • #L71 435 HP V8 Turbojet

Below you will find a list of the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Specifications / Options that were available in that model year, as well as the number of cars with these options and the costs:

RPO#DESCRIPTIONQUANTITYRETAIL COST
19437Base Corvette Sport Coupe85044388.75
19467Base Corvette Convertible144364240.75
Genuine Leather Seats160179.00
A01Soft Ray Tinted Glass (all windows)1133115.80
A02Soft Ray Tinted Glass (windshield)666810.55
A31Power Windows403657.95
A82Headrests176242.15
A85Shoulder Belts142626.35
C07Auxillary Hardtop (convertible)6880231.75
C08Vinyl Covering (for Auxillary Hardtop)196652.70
C48Heater and Defroster Deletion (credit)35-97.85
C60Air Conditioning3788412.90
F41Special Front and Rear Suspension219836.90
G81Positraction Rear Axle2030842.15
J50Power Brakes476642.15
J56Special Heavy Duty Brakes267342.30
K19Air Injection Reactor257344.75
K66Transistor Ignition System575973.75
L36427ci 390hp Engine3832200.15
L68427ci 400hp Engine2101305.50
L71427ci 435hp Engine3754437.10
L79327ci 350hp Engine6375105.35
L88427ci 430hp Engine20947.90
L89Aluminum Cylinder Heads with L71 Engine16368.65
M204-Speed Manual Transmission9157184.35
M214-Speed Manual Transmission – close ratio11015184.35
M224-Speed Manual Transmission – close ratio (heavy-duty) 20237.00
M35Powerglide Automatic Transmission2324194.35
N0336 Gallon Fuel Tank (coupe)2198.05
N11Off-Road Exhaust System232636.90
N14Side Mount Exhaust System4209131.65
N36Telescopic Steering Column241542.15
N40Power Steering574794.80
N89Cast Aluminum Bolt-On Wheels (5)720263.30
P927.75×15 Whitewall Tires1344531.35
QB1M7.75×15 Redline Tires423046.65
U15Speed Warning Indicator210810.55
U69AM-FM Radio22193172.75

We also have a pdf of the 1967 Corvette Stingray options.

As we look at the 1967 Corvette Specifications, we want to look at the engine and transmission options.

The base 1967 Corvette Stingray came with a 327ci, 300hp engine, 3-speed manual transmission, vinyl interior trim, and soft top.

67 Corvette Stingray Engines:

  • 327ci, 300HP Engine (standard)
  • 327ci, 350HP Engine
  • 427ci, 390HP Engine
  • 427ci, 400HP Engine
  • 427ci, 430HP Engine
  • L71 427/435 HP Big-Block V-8 Engine

Fiberglass Facts:

FIBERGLASS FACT: Option L89 – Only 16 were built with the L89 aluminum head option in 1967.

FIBERGLASS FACT: In 1967, only 20 RPO L88 427 engines were made available and advertised with an underrated horsepower of 430; however, their true power was much higher at over 500 horses. These models are now seen as one of the most sought-after and pricey Corvettes of all time.

FIBERGLASS FACT: The single backup light over the license plate was ’67 only

FIBERGLASS FACT: 1967 marked the debut of a coveted option for Corvette enthusiasts: redline tires. These aren’t your average rubber rings. With a distinctive red pinstripe along the sidewall, redlines added a touch of sporty flair that perfectly complemented the Corvette’s aggressive design. Opting for code QB1 transformed your Corvette’s shoes from ordinary to oh-so-desirable, setting your ride apart from the pack. While not everyone embraced the redline revolution (only 4,230 out of 22,940 Corvettes in ’67), those who did were rewarded with an instant classic.

FIBERGLASS FACT: Shedding its chrome for a sleeker look, the 1967 Corvette marked the end of the “Mid Years” era. Gone were the flashy hood emblems and fender flags, replaced by functional side vents with a distinctive five-slot design. This minimalist approach gave the ’67 Vette a more streamlined look, emphasizing its aerodynamic prowess and raw power.

FIBERGLASS FACT: 1967 wasn’t just about a facelift for the Corvette’s exterior. Inside, a driver-focused revolution was brewing. The Corvette embraced a new breed of bucket seats, and the parking brake handle got a sporty upgrade, relocating from the instrument panel to a more ergonomic position between the seats – a Corvette first! While the door panels might have seemed familiar at first glance, a closer look revealed relocated lock buttons for easier access and a new attachment screw for added security – a subtle nod to both comfort and refinement.

FIBERGLASS FACT: Hold on tight! 1967 marked the Corvette’s minimalist makeover, and even the passenger handhold above the glovebox got the axe. This subtle change might seem insignificant, but it reflects the Corvette’s increasing focus on pure driving performance. Every ounce counted, and eliminating unnecessary frills like the handhold streamlined the interior and perhaps hinted at a more spirited driving experience.

FIBERGLASS FACT: No more fiddling for the perfect signal! The 1967 Corvette came standard with a fixed 31-inch antenna, eliminating the need for manual adjustments. This clean look complemented the car’s minimalist exterior. However, for those who craved ultimate reception control, adjustable antennas remained available as dealer-installed options.

FIBERGLASS FACT: Each 1967 Corvette wore a badge of honor – a bright blue “GM Mark of Excellence” emblem on the door. This wasn’t just decoration; it was a symbol of General Motors’ commitment to quality during a new era of quality awareness programs.

L68 427/400 HP Tri-Power V-8 engine - Note the 3 x 2 configuration (three 2 barrel carburetors) was proudly announced on the triangular air filter housing
L68 427/400 HP Tri-Power V-8 engine – Note the 3 x 2 configuration (three 2 barrel carburetors) was proudly announced on the triangular air filter housing
Deuces wild!  1967 Corvette Advertisement
Deuces wild! 1967 Corvette Advertisement

Corvette Transmissions available in the 1967 Vette:

  • 3 speed manual transmission (standard)
  • 4 speed manual transmission (optional)
  • 2 speed Powerglide transmission (optional)
1967  Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The 67 Corvette Stingray exterior came with ten color choices:

The Tuxedo Black was the rarest color for 1967, with only 815 produced that model year. Below is an example of a 1967 Chevy Corvette Sting Ray, only 815 in Tuxedo Black in perfect shape.

Friday, May 19, 2017, LOT F113, a rare 1967 Tuxedo Black Corvette Convertible LZ1 model with original tri-power 427 V8 will be going across the block in Indianapolis at the Mecum Auction.
Friday, May 19, 2017, LOT F113, a rare 1967 Tuxedo Black Corvette Convertible LZ1 model with original tri-power 427 V8 will be going across the block in Indianapolis at the Mecum Auction.
CODEEXTERIORQUANTITY
900Tuxedo Black815
972Ermine White1,423
974Rally Red2,341
976Marina Blue3,840
977Lynndale Blue1,381
980Elkhart Blue1,096
983Goodwood Green4,293
984Sunfire Yellow2,325
986Silver Pearl1,952
988Marlboro Maroon3,464

The soft top colors were black, white, and teal blue.

1967 Corvette Interior Color Choices

CODECOLOR
stdBlack Vinyl
402Black Leather
407Red Vinyl
408Red Leather
414Bright Blue Vinyl
415Bright Blue Leather
418Teal Blue Vinyl
419Teal Blue Leather
420Saddle Vinyl
421Saddle Leather
430Green Vinyl
450White and Blue Vinyl
455White and Black Vinyl

1967 Corvette Coupe is owned by Lou Sanchez

Our next example of a 1967 Corvette Coupe is owned by Lou Sanchez and is on at the Corvette Chevy Expo in Galveston Island, Texas. Lou’s Marlboro Maroon Corvette has the 427/390 HP option.

Here is a shot of the engine in Lou’s 67 Stingray. This is RPO L36 and was an additional $200.15.

Here is a shot of the engine in Lou's 1967 Corvette. This is RPO L36 and was an additional $200.15.

Our next 1967 Corvette is owned by Lou Sanchez and is on at the Corvette Chevy Expo in Galveston Island, Texas. Lou's Marlboro Maroon Corvette has the 427/390 HP option.

Notice the Side Mount Exhaust System on the 1967 Chevy Corvette.

The NCRS Gallery at Corvettes at Carlisle always has some examples of the way the Corvettes came from the factory.

Richard Morgante’s 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray


Our color on this 1967 Corvette is Marina Blue with Black Soft Top. It is on display at the 2015 Corvettes at Carlisle NCRS Gallery. Richard Morgante owns this beautiful Corvette Convertible.

The color on the above 67 Vette is Marina Blue with Black Soft Top with a black vinyl interior. It is on display at the 2015 Corvettes at Carlisle NCRS Gallery. Richard Morgante owns this beautiful convertible 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray.

Matthew and Margie Kochman’s 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sport coupe 427/435 hp. Owned by Matthew and Margie Kochman of Port Jefferson NY on display at the Bloomington Gold Corvette Hall of Fame.

Next is a 1967 sport coupe Sting Ray with the 427/435 hp engine that is owned by Matthew and Margie Kochman of Port Jefferson, New York, on display at the Bloomington Gold Corvette Hall of Fame.

1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sport coupe 427/435 hp. Owned by Matthew and Margie Kochman of Port Jefferson NY on display at the Bloomington Gold Corvette Hall of Fame.

67 Corvette Convertible Sting Ray

This 67 Corvette Convertible Sting Ray is on display at the 2022 Corvettes at Carlisle NCRS Gallery. The color is Goodwood Green. On the inside, it has a white vinyl interior. Steph Howard owns it. It has the AM-FM radio, TI Ignition, F42 suspension, tinted glass, and off-road exhaust. This 1967 Corvette convertible has several NCRS Top Flight Awards, Performance Verification, and Bloomington Gold Certification and has won the People’s Choice. The Rally Wheels have White Wall Tires 7.75×15. The engine is 427 Ci 435 horsepower with a 4-speed manual transmission, and the differential ratio is 4.11:1.

1967 Goodwood Green Convertible owned by Stephen Howard in the NCRS Gallery 2022 at Corvettes at Carlisle.
1967 Goodwood Green Convertible owned by Stephen Howard in the NCRS Gallery 2022 at Corvettes at Carlisle.
1967 Goodwood Green Convertible owned by Stephen Howard in the NCRS Gallery 2022 at Corvettes at Carlisle.
1967 Goodwood Green Convertible owned by Stephen Howard in the NCRS Gallery 2022 at Corvettes at Carlisle.

1967 L88 Corvette Sting Ray Race Car

A limited number of L88 Corvettes were produced in the late 1960s, with only 20 built in 1967, 80 in 1968, and 116 in 1969. The car you are looking at is one of these race cars. This is the 1967 L88 #92 Corvette Dana Racer was also Featured in the 2017 Gold Collection at Bloomington Gold, and you can read about it on our blog.

1967 Factory L88 #92 Corvette Dana Racer Front
1967 Factory L88 #92 Corvette Dana Racer Front

How much is a 1967 Corvette worth?

America’s 1967 Chevrolet Corvette was the last of the ‘mid-year’ generation of the iconic sports car and, depending on its condition, can be worth well over $139,000. According to Hagerty’s website, here are the averages as of September 2022.

  • #1 Concours $139,000
  • #2 Excellent $108,000
  • #3 Good $81,700
  • #4 Fair $53,400

Then you would add in value for some of the optional equipment on the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray C2. You can get an idea of value by looking at the chart above as to how many were sold or a particular option. An example would be that only two were sold with the 36 Gallon Fuel Tank. Rare option = More Value.

Optional Equipment

  • 36 Gallon Fuel Tank
  • 4-Speed Manual Transmission
  • Air Conditioning
  • AM
  • AM/FM
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Auxiliary Hard Top
  • Cast Aluminum Bolt-On Wheels
  • Headrests
  • Leather
  • Off-Road Exhaust
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
  • Redline Tires
  • Side Mount Exhaust
  • Speed Warning Indicator
  • Telescopic Steering Column
  • White Sidewall Tires

But you never know what a Corvette will go for. For example, this 1967 Corvette L88 sold for $3.5 Million at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2014.

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