Auction Block: 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray

Sep 14, 2017

Category: Rides

Though it had an unfortunately short production run of just five years, the Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray undoubtedly made its mark on the world, still ranking amongst the most coveted of American-made sports cars. But, their rarity makes them hard to come by nowadays. Luckily, RM Sotheby’s got their hands on a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray coupe and are putting it up for auction.

The lucky bidder that wins this auction will be getting their hands on chassis number 427 of the 435 Sting Rays that were made. And this one is shockingly untouched, boasting the original L71 435-horsepower engine, a Posi-Traction rear axle (My Cousin Vinny, anyone?), side-pipe exhaust, electric windows, and an AM/FM radio all selected by the original owner. It has, however, gone through a restoration to get it back in tip-top shape and has been given a new bright Marlboro Red paint job. There’s no word on how much it’s expected to go for, but we can imagine something this special will fetch a high price on the block.

Purchase: RM Sotheby's

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