MB in Minnesota submitted his 1967 Corvette Roadster to Corvette Values:
1967 Corvette Roadster, VIN #194677S105XXX. L71 427-435 engine, 4-Speed Transmission. 52,436 original miles. Goodwood Green with Saddle vinyl interior. The Corvette’s options include power steering, M21 transmission, factory side exhaust, headrests, shoulder harnesses and a Black Vinyl hardtop. The exterior paint is good, mechanicals are excellent and the Corvette is all original and has never been restored. Documentation includes the original bill of sale, protecto plate and owner history.
Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.
The VIN indicates it was built in December, 1966, early in the 1967 production year. The owner indicates the mileage, 52,435 is original and correct.
This Corvette is rare from a number of perspectives. The first being it is all original and has not been restored. It is Goodwood Green in color, the most popular paint color in the 1967 Corvette model year. The paint is classified in good condition. The interior is in excellent condition, including the door panels, carpet and Saddle vinyl seats with optional headrests. In addition, this Vette has the optional shoulder belts. Both the headrests and shoulder belts can be considered rare with less than 8% of the 1967 models ordered with these options.
This Corvette is powered by a very desirable high performance, 427-435, original motor coupled with a four-speed close ratio manual transmission.
Other options include the correct side-mounted exhaust system, power steering, AM/FM radio and cast aluminum bolt-on wheels (added, not ordered when the Corvette was built). Another rare option is the black vinyl covered hardtop.
From a curb appeal standpoint, this Corvette presents an excellent profile with its Green paint and White ‘stinger’ trim on the hood and the optional wheels and bright side exhaust.
Adding to its value, this Corvette’s originality is substantiated by the available bill of sale, protecto plate and owner history.
We place a value of $125,000 on this very original, low mileage 1967 Corvette Roadster.
As a side-note, the one year appreciation factor in average price for a 1967 Roadster is 11%. Also, this Corvette appears to be ready for NCRS and/or Bloomington certification that could enhance the value of this Corvette by an estimated $25,000.
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