1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Tri-Power 3×2, UNRESTORED ORIGINAL

Sting Ray 2-Door Fastback Sport Coupe 
427 TRI-POWER 3×2 
For sale by private owner 
Unrestored original survivor 
From the Shreffler collection 
Fully documented actual barn find – literally FOUND IN A BARN 
Parked 45 years ago in a barn, not driven, and untouched
since 1977(parked long before anyone had any reason to fake a big block
First time this Corvette has EVER been offered
for sale(car was not for sale when I convinced the original owner to sell
it to me 33 years ago) 
sticker) still on tank 
further verifies 427 engine 
The rare
original factory-installed options included: 

·        L68  427
Tri-Power Engine (3×2)

·        J50 
4-wheel Power Disc Brakes

·        A02 
Soft Ray Tinted Glass Windshield

·        G81  3.70 Ratio Posi-Traction Performance Rear Axle

·        M21 
Close Ratio 4-Speed Transmission

·        P92  WW

·        U69  AM/FM

·     977 
Lynndale Blue with Black Stinger·        418 
Teal Blue Interior

 Contact phone 217-762-4846
Priced to sell 30% under market value 
Don’t let this be the one that got away!

way, if you study what I have written here, you will be a well-informed buyer
and wise investor. 
After playing with Corvettes and Muscle Cars
for 47 years, it is finally time to “thin the herd”.  To private Corvette
and Muscle Car collection www.

  The value of its documentation alone exceeds the $85k+ difference in sale price between two equally restored cars, one with and the other lacking the originality, options, and distinguished provenance as this one has.We all know that there are more big block 1967
Corvettes on the road today than were built by Chevrolet in 1967, especially
these days with counterfeit documents flooding the market and undocumented
“restored” cars with no way of knowing what they were before they were worked
over.  You will be hard pressed to find a
1967 Corvette with the distinguished provenance that this car has.

Interestingly, when only one in six of
the Corvettes built in 1967 were 435 horsepower, nearly half of
the 1967 Corvettes that have turned up at sales claimed to be 435 horsepower
Same applies to the 400 horsepower cars – the
18% that have turned up at auction is double the 9% actually
built by Chevrolet. 
Even more telling is that even though 300 and
350 horsepower cars made up almost TWO THIRDS of all cars
built, they represent less than ONE THIRD of the cars that
show up to auction.

Price And More Info!
April 16, 2022 5:56 am