This is a PDF file of the 1967 Corvette Specifications by General Motors. It was revised in January 1967.
The 1967 Corvette Specifications covered are:
- Model Identification
- Serial Numbers and Identification
- Regular Equipment – Exterior
- Regular Equipment – Interior
- Regular Production Options and Dealer Installed Accessories
- Air Conditioning Equipment
1967 Corvette Total Production = 22,940 (8,504 Coupe, 14,436 Convertible)
There were Only 20 1967 Corvettes with option RPO L88 427 engine. These engines were rated at a conservative 430 hp and actually pumped out more than 500 ponies. The 1967 Corvette L88 now represents one of the most collectible (and expensive!) Corvettes ever.
The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray was the last Corvette of its generation.
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You can read about a 1967 Tuxedo Black Corvette that is going to the Mecum Auction in Indianapolis on May 19, 2017. Click Here
This link will bring you to a post with the 1967 Corvette Options and photos.
You can read about some of the 1967 Corvettes that were auctioned at the Mecum Auction this January (2017) in Florida: This one is a Sunflower Yellow Convertible
Several other Corvettes for Sale at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee in January (2017). NOTE: When you read this article, that last Corvette featured is a very rare 1967 Tuxedo Black Vette with the Blue Stinger. This is the only one known to exist.
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