With five days left in the bidding, the highest offer has reached $45,555.
The car underwent a body-off restoration 20 years into its life, with photos showing a replacement frame installed during the 1976-78 refurbishing.
More than 40 years later, however, the Goodwood Green paint and the fiberglass body are in need of another restoration, though most of the damage seems to be chips, scratches, and scrapes and actual body damage seems minor, mostly confined now to the wheel well lips and right front turn-signal housing. The white ragtop could also stand replacing, with tears, seam separations, and yellowing on the plastic window.
The car was sold new in Pennsylvania, eventually heading south to Florida before the current owner bought it in California in 2016.
Mechanically, the car retains its matching-numbers L79 327/350 horsepower V8 engine hooked to a Muncie four-speed manual transmission. The seller has rebuilt the Holley carburetor, replaced exhaust components, and sandblasted the exhaust manifold. The disc brakes have been refurbished and the master cylinder rebuilt with stainless sleeves during the past six years. Service in August included fluid changes, new coolant hoses, and repair of an oil leak.
The Saddle interior looks very nice against the Goodwood Green paint, with the leather seats having been reconditioned this summer and the door locks adjusted and repaired. There is a hole in the driver-side seatback leather.
Included with the sale will be service records back to 2014, manufacturer’s literature, Corvette manuals and brochures, the original warranty Protect-O-Plate, copies of previous voided titles, restoration photos, and a clean California title.
Overall, this ’67 Corvette isn’t far away from becoming a shining gem and appears to just need a little polishing to bring it to the next level.
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