This 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible is a one owner barn find that was recently unearthed in Texas. Found by Thomas Weeks of Discovery TV’s Misfit Garage, the Blue Corvette has been tucked away since the early eighties in a barn across the street from the famous Southfork Ranch in Dallas.
The original owner parked the Corvette back in 1984 after moving to Texas from New York. The Corvette still retains an Empire State license plate along with inspection documentation from 1983.
Documentation includes the Protecto Plate, owners manual and original window sticker. The odometer on the matching numbers car shows 26,648 miles.
Thomas spent some time getting the car back in running condition. Some of the updates include a fresh interior, new brake calipers, a new radiator and new tires were installed on the original ralley wheels. The car rides and drives but a complete restoration is needed.
The Sting Ray’s four wheel lips were cut for bigger tires but the seller says that found the rears and glued them back on. The side pipes and stripe were added in the late 1960’s.
The barn find Corvette Sting Ray was recently listed on eBay where it has already encountered some fierce bidding. Currently the 1967 Corvette is at $31,100 with the reserve not yet met. Bidding ends on January 5th at 3:30 pm. You can see more of the Corvette at PetesClassicCars.com.