The holy grail for many collectors is finding that diamond in the rough – the rough being a dusty barn or garage where Corvettes are parked and never driven again.
Now here’s another 1967 Corvette Coupe that was just pulled from the garage of its owner since 1972.
This one will be a real project car, however.
The sellers, who are a full service Corvette only restoration shop in Arkansas, say they will let you have the car as-is for $29,900 or they “could perform any level of restoration” that you’d like.
The car was originally silver on black, but now it’s been stripped down to the fiberglass.
The build sheet found on the tank indicates that it was originally sold at Mosher-Lally Chevrolet in Bedford, Ohio.
Options include 327/350 hp engine, M21 four-speed transmission, 4:11 rear end, redline tires, AM/FM radio, and power steering. The car currently has side exhausts, too.
The sellers say the car has not run in many years.
“What you see in pics is what we have,” they say.
Known parts missing are front bumpers and brackets, spare tire (tub is there), disc brake center caps, and a couple of beauty rings.
If you’re up for a little work and have enough cash, this one could turn into a real beauty. Here’s hoping someone out there is up for the challenge of saving another C2 Corvette.
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